What does a tuck stitch do?

What’s a tuck stitch?

: a pattern stitch for circular-knit garments that is made by taking on more than one loop in a stitch.

How does tuck stitch affect knitted structure?

Tuck loops reduce fabric length and lengthwise elasticity because the higher yarn tension on the tuck and held loops causes them to rob yarn from adjacent knitted loops making them smaller and providing greater stability and shape retention.

What is the most rapid textile production?

tricot. The most rapid textile production is. improve stability of knit fabrics. Laid- in yarns in weft and warp knitting.

What is CAM in knitting?

The part of a knitting machine that controls the movement of the needles or sinkers to produce a desired knitted construction.

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