The feel of fabrics is an important part of the quality that people use to identify fabrics. Specifically, the feeling of touching the fabric by hand is a psychological response. Because of the different types of fabrics, the quality varies, and the feel of the fabric is quite different. Feel the following aspects:
A. Whether the body bones are stiff and loose;
B. The surface of the fabric is smooth and rough;
C. The fabric is soft and hard;
D. The fabric is thin and thick;
E. The fabric is cold and warm;
F. The fabric has irritation and no thorns feel. For example: hand touched silk fabrics have a cool feeling; pure wool fabrics have a warm feeling; fine and smooth feel indeed good cotton fabrics are mostly high-stretched yarn made of woven copy; feel rough mostly low-yarn fabrics.
In addition, people can also rely on the role of force, hand stretching, scratching and other movements, and then through the eye's observation, hand feel, can determine the fabric's elasticity, strength, wrinkle resistance and fiber types.