Figures

  1. 1 Interweaving 2
  2. 2 Intertwining and twisting 2
  3. 3 Interlooping 3
  4. 1 The Madonna knitting Christ's seamless garment 8
  5. 2 Hand pin knitting 8
  6. 3 The action of frame knitting 10
  7. 4 Hand frame (c. 1820) 11
  8. 5 Warp knitted fabric on the moon 13
  9. 1 Basic knitting action of a needle 20
  10. 2 Main parts of the bearded needle 21
  11. 3 Main features of the latch needle 23
  12. 4 Knitting action of the latch needle 25
  13. 5 Compound needle 27
  14. 6 Open-stem slide needle 27
  15. 1 Action of the loop-forming sinker 32
  16. 2 Action of the knock-over sinker 33
  17. 3 Loop forming by warp guides 33
  18. 4 Simple hand-turned Griswold type machine 36
  19. 1 Intermeshing points of a needle loop 38
  20. 2 Overlapping and underlapping (warp knitting) 39
  21. 3 The underlap shog 40
  22. 4 The closed lap 41
  23. 5 The open lap 41
  24. 6 The knitted stitch 42
  25. 7 An impossible intermeshing 43
  26. 8 Face- and reverse-meshed loops 44
  27. 1 Weft knitting 48
  28. 2 Warp knitting 49
  29. 3 Overlock seaming 50
  30. 4 Cup-seaming 50
  31. 5 Warp-knitted car upholstery 51
  32. 6 Loop extension and recovery 53
  33. 7 Yarn flow in knitted structure 53
  34. 8 Weft knitted loop transfer 53
  35. 9 The plating relationship of two yarns 56
  36. 10 Plating in weft knitting 57
  37. 11 Plating in warp knitting 57
  38. 12 The movement of loops to form open work 58
  39. 13 Bra and briefs made from elastic raschel lace fabric 59
  40. 1 The technical face of plain weft knitted fabric 61
  41. 2 The technical back of plain weft knitted fabric 62
  42. 3 The three-dimensional structure of plain weft knitting 62
  43. 4 Cross-section of knitting head of a single jersey machine 64
  44. 5 Knitting cycle of a single jersey latch needle machine 65
  45. 6 Sinker timing on a single jersey machine 66
  46. 7 Structure of 1 x 1 rib 67
  47. 8 Face and reverse loop wales in 1 x 1 rib 68
  48. 9 Rib set-outs 69
  49. 10 Knitting action of a circular rib machine 70
  50. 11 Needle cam timing for a circular rib machine 71
  51. 12 Synchronised timing 72
  52. 13 Delayed timing 72
  53. 14 Interlock fabric structure 73
  54. 15 Knitting interlock 75
  55. 16 Interlock cam system 76
  56. 17 Purl knitting using sliders 77
  57. 18 Purl fabric structure 77
  58. 19 Purl needle transfer action 79
  59. 20 Purl notation 79
  60. 21 Basket purl with a collecting course 80
  61. 22 Basket purl without a collecting course 80
  62. 23 Purl needle transfer using spring loaded cams 81
  63. 1 Sequential knitting 84
  64. 2 Mechanically controlled flat knitting machines 86
  65. 3 Mechanically controlled circular knitting machines 88
  66. 4 Mechanically controlled hosiery machines 88
  67. 1 Float stitch produced on a latch needle machine 91
  68. 2 Technical face of float stitch 92
  69. 3 Float plated fabric 93
  70. 4 Tuck stitch produced on a latch needle machine 94
  71. 5 Technical face of tuck stitch fabric 95
  72. 6 Commencing knitting on an empty rib needle 95
  73. 7 Successive tucks and floats on the same rib needle 96
  74. 8 Floating across four adjacent plain needles 97
  75. 9 Tucking over four adjacent plain needles 97
  76. 10 Selective tucking in the hook 98
  77. 11 Three step needle selection 98
  78. 12 Tucking on the latch 99
  79. 1 An attractive use of horizontal striping 101
  80. 2 Yarn carrier positioning for intarsia 102
  81. 3 Examples of intarsia designs knitted on an electronic

V-bed machine 103

  1. 4 Single jersey jacquard 106
  2. 5 Accordion fabric 107
  3. 6 Rib jacquard 108
  4. 7 Three colour jacquard with birds eye backing 109
  5. 8 Combined links-links and three colour float jacquard 110
  6. 1 Miss, knit and tuck using different butt lengths 116
  7. 2 Multi-cam track needle butt control 117
  8. 3 Mirror repeat needle selection 119
  9. 4 The development of design areas using selection devices 121
  10. 5 Fixed pattern key selection 122
  11. 6 Geometric selection using Brinton trick wheels 124
  12. 7 Disc selection 126
  13. 8 Change of presser position from one revolution to the next 127
  14. 9 Three-step needle selection using a pattern wheel 128
  15. 10 The building of pattern areas over a number of machine revolutions using pattern wheel selection 129
  16. 11 Piezo-electronic rib jacquard machine 131
  17. 12 Moratronic needle selection 132
  18. 1 Electronic sampling machine 135
  19. 2 Knitting patterns and programmes generated using automatic routines 137
  20. 3 Simulated knit package 138
  21. 4 MKS knitting system for Windows 140
  22. 5 Linked windows options of fabric view and technical view 142
  23. 6 The FF programme inserts the control columns and, using the existing jacquard, generates the Sintral programme, which contains all the necessary data for machine control 143
  24. 1 Twill effects 146
  25. 2 Single jersey hopsack structure and notation 147
  26. 3 Double jersey non-jacquard fabrics 149
  27. 4 Further double jersey fabrics 150
  28. 5 Twill and poplin double jersey 151
  29. 6 Single and double blister 152
  30. 7 Double pique 153
  31. 8 Milano, punto di Roma and evermonte 153
  32. 9 Tuck lace 154
  33. 10 Tunnel inlay 155
  34. 11 Faneknit inlay device 155
  35. 12 The modern circular single jersey fabric machine 156
  36. 13 The Relanit contra knitting action 158
  37. 1 Three-thread fleecy loop structure 162
  38. 2 Three-thread fleecy knitting cycle 163
  39. 3 Fleecy interlock 164
  40. 4 Horizontal ribs with an ottoman effect on two-tone towelling 165
  41. 5 Action of the plush sinker 166
  42. 6 Sliver high pile machine 168
  43. 7 Wrap patterning 169
  44. 1 Plain loop transfer stitch 172
  45. 2 A jour knupf 173
  46. 3 Knitting on empty rib needle followed by rib loop transfer 174
  47. 4 Rib loop transfer on a modern V-bed machine 175
  48. 5 Pelerine stitch 177
  49. 6 Pelerine transfer action 178
  50. 1 Turned welt on latch needle machine 180
  51. 2 Turned welt on bearded needle machine 180
  52. 3 Accordion welt top 180
  53. 4 Tubular welt 182
  54. 5 Roll welt 182
  55. 6 Racked welt 183
  56. 7 Wale fashioning (narrowing) 184
  57. 8 Wale fashioning (widening) 185
  58. 9 Integrally shaped rib garment pieces 186
  59. 10 Modern integral garment technology 187
  60. 11 Full-fashioned shaping calculation 188
  61. 12 Garment shaping by holding loops on a V-bed flat machine 190
  62. 13 Stitch shaping 191
  63. 14 Stitch-shaped thermal underwear 192
  64. 1 Sixteen-head plain straight bar frame with conveyer 195
  65. 2 Knitting head of the straight bar frame 197
  66. 3 Movement of knitting elements 198
  67. 4 Fashioning points 201
  68. 5 The fashioning action 202
  69. 6 Rib to plain 205
  70. 1 Passage of yarn from package to yarn carrier 210
  71. 2 Knitting action of V-bed flat machine 212
  72. 3 Cam system of simple hand flat 213
  73. 4 Yarn carrier positioning 217
  74. 5 Half-cardigan loop structure 218
  75. 6 Full cardigan 219
  76. 7 Racked rib 220
  77. 8 Aran knit sweater 222
  78. 1 Mechanical jacquard selection on a V-bed flat machine 227
  79. 2 Shimatronic SEC cam system 228
  80. 3 Knitting elements 229
  81. 4 Presser cams 229
  82. 5 Action of the presser foot 233
  83. 6 Multi-gauge technique garment 235
  84. 7 (a) Split stitch using latch needles. (b) Split stitch using compound needles 236
  85. 8 The FIRST 123 three-system, short-bed computerised flat knitting machine 237
  86. 9 Tubular plain knitting on a flat machine 238
  87. 10 Tubular rib knitted on arranged needle sequence 239
  88. 11 Half gauge tubular rib 239
  89. 12 Comparison of the new slide needle with the latch needle 240
  90. 13 The TFK driving system 242
  91. 1 RTR circular garment length revolving cam-box rib machine 245
  92. 2 Close-up of RTR revolving cam-box 246
  93. 3 Cam system elements of a circular purl machine 248
  94. 4 Part of a purl garment knitting sequence 249
  95. 5 Cylinder cam system of an RTR rib loop transfer machine 251
  96. 6 The RTR dial cam system 252
  97. 7 Body-size seamless garment 254
  98. 1 Close-up view of the knitting head of a 4-feeder seamless hose machine 257
  99. 2 Notation of 3 x 1 micromesh 261
  100. 3 Double cylinder half hose machine 263
  101. 4 Heel produced by reciprocation 265
  102. 5 Lin Toe toe-closing on the machine 269
  103. 6 GL one-piece tights 272
  104. 1 Trip-tape positive feed 276
  105. 2 Warp let-off regulator 278
  106. 3 Model of weft-knitted loop formation indicating the mechanism of 'robbing-back' 283
  107. 1 Guide bar lapping movement 286
  108. 2 Tricot machine HKS 2-3 287
  109. 3 Guide bar swinging and shogging mechanism 288
  110. 4 Warp knitting lapping and chain notation 292
  111. 5 Overlap/underlap variations 293
  112. 6 Open and closed lap pillar stitches 294
  113. 7 Atlas lapping 295
  114. 8 Face and back of single guide bar warp knitted fabric 296
  115. 1 Knitting elements in a bearded needle tricot machine 299
  116. 2 Cross-section of a bearded needle tricot machine 299
  117. 3 Knitting cycle of a bearded needle tricot machine 300
  118. 4 Knitting elements in a latch needle raschel machine 302
  119. 5 Cross-section of a latch needle raschel machine 303
  120. 6 Knitting action of a single needle bar latch needle raschel machine 304
  121. 7 Knitting action of a compound needle tricot machine 306
  122. 8 The crochet machine 307
  123. 9 Knitting elements in a crochet machine 308
  124. 10 Knitting action of a crochet machine 309
  125. 11 A range of crochet fabrics 310
  126. 1 Notations of two guide bar warp knitted fabrics 314
  127. 2 Plating position of the front guide bar underlap 315
  128. 3 Plating appearance on the technical back of a two guide bar fabric 315
  129. 4 Plating position of the front guide bar overlap 316
  130. 5 Plating appearance on the technical face of a two guide bar fabric 316
  131. 6 Technical back of sharkskin fabric 318
  132. 7 Technical back of queenscord fabric 318
  133. 8 Technical back of raised loop velour 320
  134. 1 Miss-lapping 323
  135. 2 Structure of a balanced net 324
  136. 3 Notation of 2 x 2 sandfly net 325
  137. 4 Pin net loop structure and lapping diagram 325
  138. 5 Loop structure and notation of sandfly net 326
  139. 6 Three wale wide cord 326
  140. 1 The action of inlay in warp knitting 328
  141. 2 Arrangement of guide bars in a fall-plate raschel 331
  142. 3 Fall-plate raised out of action 332
  143. 4 Fall-plate lowered into action 332
  144. 5 Simple fall-plate loop structure 332
  145. 6 Knitting fall-plate designs 332
  146. 7 Weft insertion principles 334
  147. 8 Magazine weft insertion 335
  148. 9 Cut presser lapping movement 336
  149. 10 Shell stitch 337
  150. 11 Cut presser knop fabric 338
  151. 1 Multi-guide bar raschel lace machine 341
  152. 2 Automatic overlap guide bar drive 342
  153. 3 Raschel lace guide bar nesting 343
  154. 4 Embroidery patterning 343
  155. 5 The summary drive (SU) electronic patterning mechanism 345
  156. 6 28 gauge (E 14) pillar inlay using outline threads 346
  157. 7 36 gauge (E 18) standard gauge 346
  158. 8 48 gauge (e 24) fine gauge 347
  159. 9 Raschel lace five course tulle with inlay 348
  160. 10 Three bar marquisette 349
  161. 11 Three bar voile 349
  162. 12 Elastane fabrics 350
  163. 13 Jacquard inlay deflection units 351
  164. 14 Mechanical jacquard apparatus 352
  165. 15 Jacquard segment of 16 or 32 segments and jacquard element 353
  166. 16 Leaver's lace effect 354
  167. 17 Textronic MRPJ 59/1/24 raschel lace machine 355
  168. 1 Double needle bar lapping notations 358
  169. 2 Loop diagram of double faced double needle bar fabric 359
  170. 3 Knitting action of bearded needle simplex machine 360
  171. 4 Knitting action of a double needle bar raschel 362
  172. 5 Lapping diagram and notation of a seamless tube knitted on a double needle bar raschel 364
  173. 6 Principle of knitting tights on a double needle bar raschel 366
  174. 7 Fruit and vegetable sacks knitted on double needle bar raschel machines 367
  175. 8 Notation for a three guide bar cut plush 368
  176. 9 Notation for a five guide bar cut plush 368
  177. 1 EQT full-body competition swimsuit 371
  178. 2 Directionally-structured fibres (DSF) geotextile constructions 373
  179. 3 Principle of the LIBA multi-axial magazine weft insertion warp knitting machine 374
  180. 4 Malimo stitch bonding machine knitting head 375
  181. 5 Raschel-knitted spacer structure used for car seat covers 377
  182. 6 Tube connection with rectangular cross-section 378
  183. 7 Funnel-shaped tube connection in Kevlar 378
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