What are the differences between jacquard Sweaters and intarsia Sweaters?
In terms of level, jacquard Sweaters are double-layered, with a bottom layer and a surface layer. The surface layer is raised up, so it is called jacquard. The intarsia Sweaters are single-layered when weaving, and the horizontal arrangement is a single-layer structure.
In terms of color, for example, we need to knit a jacquard Sweaters of red, yellow and black. In the same knitting row, three threads must be knitted at the same time, but according to the needs, any color should be mentioned to the surface when weaving. Form a flower type. Intarsia Sweaters, the same three colors of red, yellow and black, when the pattern has a demand for one color, the other two colors do not participate in weaving. In the same row, only a sand spout drives a color weave. When changing the color, another sand spout drives another color to weave. Therefore, the jacquard Sweaters weaving structure requires several incoming threads to be woven at the same time when several colors appear in the same row. Intarsia Sweaters don't need it.
In terms of thickness, intarsia Sweaters are thin and jacquard Sweaters are thick. From an aesthetic point of view, intarsia Sweaters are more beautiful, while jacquard Sweaters are relatively less beautiful. In terms of knitting time, intarsia Sweaters need to change the yarn feeder when changing colors in the same row, so the time will be longer.
When knitting jacquard Sweaters, the white thread needs to be pressed down, and the black thread floats on top to form a jacquard effect. The intarsia Sweaters have no pressure line.