Two bar tricot

Two bar tricot (half jersey in the USA) is the simplest two-bar structure and uses a minimum amount of yarn (Figures 25.3 and 25.5). The two laps balance each other exactly as they cross diagonally in-between each wale, producing upright overlaps.

Back guide bar overlap

Front guide bar overlap

Back guide bar overlap

Front guide bar overlap

  1. 25.5 Plating appearance on the technical face of a two guide bar fabric.
  2. 25.5 Plating appearance on the technical face of a two guide bar fabric.

It tends to have poor cover and, in fine denier and in continuous filament yarn, it tends to split between the wales either during tentering or button-holing, especially if acetate or triacetate yarn is used.

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