What is the difference between organza and taffeta?

Update:31-03-2021
Summary:

Organ yarn is a kind of wool-like monofilament prepared […]

Organ yarn is a kind of wool-like monofilament prepared by processing nylon or polyester mother yarn through elastic false twisting and then dividing the yarn. It is also called green yarn.

Generally used as fashion fabrics of major European and American brands. Because of its crisp texture, it is often used in the production of wedding dresses, as well as curtains, fabrics, costumes and so on.

Organza is divided into silk and chemical fiber. 
Silk organza is subdivided into a category of silk series fabrics. It has a certain degree of hardness and is easy to shape. It is widely used in the production of wedding dresses in Europe, America and other countries. Silk organza feels more silky and will not stick to the skin. Faux silk organza will pierce the skin.

Taffeta
The characteristics of taffeta are the silk surface is fine, clean and smooth, flat and beautiful, with good luster, the fabric is tight, and the hand feels stiff, but it is easy to produce permanent creases after wrinkles. Therefore, it is not suitable to be folded and pressed, and roll-type packaging is often used.

A spun silk fabric woven with plain weave from cooked silk degummed from high-quality mulberry silk. The name comes from the English word taffeta, which means plain weave silk fabric. The warp thread is made of two colored and twisted cooked yarns, and the weft thread is made of three colored and twisted cooked yarns. The density of the warp and weft yarns is higher and the warp density is greater than the weft density. The fabric weighs about 58 g/m. The silk surface is tight, fine and clean, flat and smooth, not easy to stain. It is often used as outerwear, duvet cover and high-grade umbrella silk. The disadvantage is that creases will be produced after folding and pressing. In addition to the traditional mulberry silk taffeta, it is also possible to use double palace silk, spun silk, rayon, nylon silk, etc. as raw materials to weave various artificial silk taffeta, or interweave silk and cotton. Fancy varieties include plain, flashing, striped and jacquard. The mulberry silk is first refined and degummed to become the warp and weft of the refined silk (cooked silk), and the refined silk is woven with plain weave, also known as cooked goods. There are three types of plain taffeta, striped taffeta and floral taffeta, all of which are traditional varieties that our country is famous in the world, and are also special products of Suzhou and Hangzhou in my country.

 

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