T-shirt – Explanation of general terms

Polygamers use a number of terms to describe their products. Concepts are not always consistent and help with referencing.

The following is the official green men's t-shirt guide for the tee to understand:

20s, 20/1, 20s single: Units that determine the subtlety of cotton threads. The standard coil of single-layer cotton yarn consists of 840 yards of cotton yarn. If you use 20 coils, you need to weigh a pound, then the thread on the threads is 20 cotton or 20/1. If 30 rolls weighs a pound, the fibers on the fibers are referred to as 30 cotton fibers or 30/1. If you have 40 spindles, you need to weigh a pound, the fiber is called 40 cotton or 40/1. The larger number means a finer fiber, and then finer, softer tissue is created. Ties 30 and 40 are softer, smoother and better than T-shirts made in the 20s. Terms are used in many ways, but this number counts; The "20", "20/1" and "20 Singles" are the same. Threads can be threaded into thicker fibers. If we twist two 20/1 cotton threads, we call it 20/2.

Bamboo fabric: Bamboo cellulose tarpaulin. Though plastic silk is plastic, most experts agree that it is easily biodegradable. The bamboo fabric has a very soft and excellent shawl.

Bamboo: Fast-growing plant, considered a grass that can be processed quickly by rayon to bamboo rayon garments.

Bleach Wash: A method that uses bleach to soften and disturb the fabric to be washed.

Boot neck: Very wide neckline that ends through the wrist strap to the shoulder. Early sailors came from shirts where wide-neck fast removal was possible when the sailor fell.

Snout: Women's fashion response to the wife's coat. The female tank is top, although it can be of any color.

Polished Cotton: A method of removing excess fibers and fibers from the cotton fabric. Polished cotton is usually very soft and smooth.

Burn-Out: A process that uses sulfuric acid or other strong acids to "burn" a knit material, usually in a polyester / cotton blend. The process is translucent, with very little effect.

Cap: Usually, women's clothing refers to shorter fingers.

Carbon dioxide: CO2. Chemical compound consisting of two oxygen atoms and one carbon atom. It is called greenhouse gas because of its connection to global warming. Some pole manufacturers have now measured and recorded the CO2 emissions needed to manufacture their ankles.

Carbon Trust: An independent organization founded in 2001 in Great Britain that monitors carbon emissions. Carbon Trust cooperates with companies to reduce carbon emissions and is now certified as a low carbon or non-carbon footprint of companies and products. Some T-shirts companies are now producing "low-carbon" T-shirts.

Card: Fiber optic cleansing process that eliminates short fibers and removes dirt and foreign matter. Swords are made by hand or by large machines using the rollers. Swaddled cotton is not as desirable as combed cotton.

Cellulite Wash: Another name for enzymation. This fabric is provided with a soft feel and vintage look, depending on the washing process.

Cellulose: Derived from cell walls of some plants. It is useful for the production of certain types of tissues, including acetate, triacetate and rayon. The bamboo fabric is actually a rayon of bamboo cellulose.

Cheap Cotton T-Shirt: T-shirt made of cotton, 18/1 thread, usually 20 gauze rings. These shirts are rough, rough and of poor quality. They are often used as an inexpensive promotional gift.

Climate neutral: An expression used to describe a company, process, or product that has a zero impact on Earth's climate. Some pole manufacturers advertise your company as a climate change.

CO2: Carbon dioxide. Chemical compound consisting of two oxygen atoms and one carbon atom. It is called greenhouse gas because of its connection to global warming.

Color Resistance: The garment's ability to wash multiple faces without losing color.

Knit Cotton: The method of removing short fibers and arranging longer fibers in parallel to creating a smooth, fine cotton yarn. Soft cotton has high strength, excellent uniformity and right hand. Cotton cotton spends more and is used in fine t-shirts.

Compact: A process that compresses the space between the cotton thread pockets. It helps to reduce shrinkage.

Contrasting stitch: Sewing is different from dress. She offers beautiful web design.

Control Union: An international organization offering certification services for various programs – including a number of organic certification programs. Certifies the USDA Organic and GOTS (Global Organic Textile Standard) certificates.

Cotton Pullover: Knit, very lightweight fabric, smooth, flat-faced and textured but with a single backrest. Average court mass is approx. 5.5 to 6 ounces. Basic T-shirts made of cotton jersey. The fine cotton jersey usually has a smoother and lighter weight in the yard.

Cotton: The natural fiber that is the most popular in the world for fabrics. Cotton fibers are generally 2 inches long. Longer fibers produce finer cotton fabrics. Varieties such as Pima and Egyptians containing fibers of more than 1.5 cm are much more valuable than conventional varieties.

Neck with Neck: Round, Narrow Neckline. The most common neck on T-shirts.

Top of cut: With a short shirt of a shirt; to be exposed to the decomposition area.

Double needle seam: Most commonly, sleeve / lower edges and reflectors are used in a parallel rows. This type of sewing ensures durability and a cleaner, even more perfect look.

Drape, Drapability: It means a fabric hangs. The bamboo-filament fabric has excellent shawls, while coarse fabric, such as the casing, is very small. T-shirts that have a good shawl feel more beautiful.

Drop Drop: A garment that has a longer back than the front.

Environmentally friendly: Extremely loose, meaning a vegetable product. Almost useless in realistic valuation of a product. The term used by green wasps.

Egyptian cotton: Cotton produced in Egypt, estimated long length fibers. He won the garments of true Egyptian cotton for his softness and delicacy.

Environmental Justice Foundation: Established in 2000, a registered charity that helps the most vulnerable to environmental damage such as pesticide poisoning, water scarcity, and soil degradation. It is especially active in the abuse of cotton production.

Enzyme washed: Wash with special enzymes, soft surface and smooth appearance for a tissue. Ages dyes to provide a special look for dyed fabrics. Enzyme formation is physically less rough on the material compared to stone washing.

European Cut: T-shirt style that's narrower than you usually find. For example, a full-size men's shirt is large, usually 22 inches on the chest (1 inch under the sleeve). The large European cut of men is approx. Half inch and 1 inches narrower, sometimes more.

Dyed Fabric: The fabric was painted before cutting and sewing a finished garment.

Fair Labor Association: A non-profit organization that pauses restful conditions in factories around the world. It works in developing a labor code, especially important in the clothing business, where working conditions are historically so weak.

Fair Wear Foundation: An international group for the development of clothing workers. lives all over the world. Working with companies that manufacture clothing and other sewn products and are responsible for the supply chain.

Fine cotton sweater: Knit, very lightweight material, smooth, flat-faced and textured but with a single backrest. A fine cotton jersey usually puts a smoother and lighter weight in a yard than the usual cotton jersey. T-shirts made of fine cotton cushions have better shawls and mood than traditional t-shirts. Generally they are made of cotton fibers of 30 or more and about 4.3 ounces per square meter.

Edited Cut: Definitions are variable, but usually an inserted cut refers to a cut that throbs the body. Often used in women's T-shirts, the middle part of the shirt will be narrower than the upper or lower. Overall, the shirts are narrower than a basic full cut.

Complete cutting: Generous, spacious cut. In T-shirts, tubular styles are usually full-size, but there are exceptions. Full Cut is different from slimmer European cuts, sleek cuts and cuts.

Canvas painted: After garment painting, cut and sew a finished piece of clothing.

Garment washed: The process of washing the finished garments is usually accompanied by a plasticizer to improve the feelings and appearance of the fabric.

GMO free: GMO is a genetically modified organism. It was first used in the 1990s when consumers were worried about genetically modified foods. Many companies already use the GMO-free label from everything from foods to natural tissues, such as cotton.

GOTS: Stand for the Global Organic Textile Standards. Project of the International Working Group. Standards have been developed to ensure the organic state of the textiles, harvesting, production and labeling in order to provide reliable assurance to the final consumer. Organic T-shirt, conforming to the standards, is GOTS certified.

Green: A general term promoted by marketing gurus to popularize products. Another favorite product of "green underlayers" who bounce off the environmental band without real commitment.

Green Wash: Remove the term "white wash", but from an environmental point of view. Companies that engage in greening with environmental concerns are attracting more businesses, but no real steps have been taken from an environmental point of view.

Hand: The way the fabric was touched. A soft and smooth cloth has a good hand.

Hemp fabric: Hay or Cannabis sativa material has been used for millennia, mainly as industrial fabric. Newer processing methods are suitable for more delicate clothing and are now used in many clothing articles, including T-shirts. Hemp is due to its strength and durability.

Henley T-shirt: Like a collarless shirt, Henley is a sweater shirt with 2 or 3 buttons (sometimes up to 5 buttons can be used but this is not common). The Henley can be short or long sleeved.

Ice Washer: Method of stone washing, where stones are first soaked in potassium permanganate solution. This method demonstrates the appearance of the tissue.

Binding: A kind of knit, very soft and good shawl. The latch stitches are tighter, thicker than the Jersey knit, but less elastic than the ribs. Used in very fine clothes.

Jersey Knit: Usually we find the tees and the most durable knitting. It has light, fine vertical ribs. The Jersey-bound title was named after the English Island of Angola. Beautiful cotton cotton jersey with fine cotton threads like the 30's and 40's.

Knit: Specifies how yarns made of fabric are made of matching loops. There are many types of knitting. Jersey Knit often finds the tees and the most durable knitting. It has light, fine vertical ribs. On the other hand, the ribs have hard ribs on the fabric while the latches are used in very fine fabrics. The shirt collar is generally ribbed.

Heavy T-Shirt: A sleeveless-style shirt, but not exactly the top of the tank. Basic T-shirt, just without the sleeves. The shoulder strap is much wider than the top of a conventional container.

Ribbon Ribbon: Slim thin stripe seam through seam over shoulders and neck. It covers the seam and looks better than an exposed stitch. Often the "shoulder to shoulder".

OekoTek 100: Certified by the International Oeko-Tex® Association, which ensures consumers that the purchased clothing is free from chemicals and does not pose a health hazard. According to Oeko-Tex, clothing is free of formaldehyde, arsenic, lead, cadmium and other toxic chemicals.

Organic clothing: An expression is very loose in the clothing industry. This can mean anything from 100% organic to less than 6% organic. Often combined with terms such as environmentally-friendly, green, and so on. Consumers should check the labels and check the materials used to see if something is really organic or not.

Organic cotton: Produced cotton without the use of pesticides. Certified organic cotton has been checked to ensure that it is truly organic.

Organic Soil Alliance: Founded in 1946 by a group of farmers, scientists and nutritionists who are interested in farming practices and the health of animals, animals, humans and the environment. In 1967, the Organic Soils Association pioneered the first organic regulations and verified the economies and businesses that complied with these standards.

Overdyed: A process in which previously painted clothes or textiles were painted in an additional color to create a unique look.

Performance T: T-shirts are for athletes and outdoor enthusiasts. The Ts performance is characterized by air flow, moisture content, fast drying and odor control ability. Many performance Ts polyester / cotton blend or 100% polyester. Bamboo shirts have absorbed absorbing and absorbing qualities as T-shirts, though they do not dry out as fast as 100% polyester power tees.

PFD: Stand for ready paint. These are sold to T-shirt customizers who want to create their own color.

Pigment dyed: The kind of paint that results in a blur, more distracting look.

Pima Cotton: At the beginning of the 1900s, the United States developed a cotton that competed with Egyptian cotton. It has longer threads and often uses fine men's and women's shirts. The name Pima comes from the Pima Indians who helped the first crop of new wool, since they first grew up in the US. The method of binding is a goff type, fine textured surface. It is commonly used in dummies.

Polyester: Synthetic polymers made of synthetic fibers. Clothing is widely used, especially with 50/50 blends.

Forward Shrinkage: It refers to the processing of pre-shrinkage material before it is cut and sewn. Occasionally, this is a really finished piece of clothing that has been prepared. The clothing that has been prepared will shrink when the buyer cleans. Preshrunk cotton shirts are still shrinking a bit, especially when using a clothes dryer.

Raglan T-Shirt: T-shirt style with fingers on the collar. In general, fingers are contrasting colors from the body. The Raglan sleeves are wider than the arms and should be given to wearers who want maximum free movement. Baseball shirts are usually raglan sleeves.

Rayon: Man-made fiber, which uses the main ingredient of vegetable cellulose. Rayon is very soft, excellent shawl and very absorbent. Originally developed as a silk substitute.

Rib Knit: It is characterized by heavy vertical ribs that run on the fabric. Rib knits are usually 1×1, 2×1 or 2×2. This allows you to recognize the width of the ribs between the intermediate space. For example, a 1×1 ribbed knit or 2×2 ribbed knit: the distance between each rib is as wide as the ribs. But the 2×1 ribbed knitting means that the ribs are twice as wide as the spaces between them. The jacket is very stretched and often uses the collars, cuffs and top of the t-shirt.

Ring Spun: Yarn made by twisting and thinning of the rope of cotton fibers. Continuous spinning produces a softer feeling and stronger yarn. The ring t-shirts are noticeably softer than the touch.

Ringer T: A shirt with colored legged bands and the neck of the crew. Most bells are white, arm wrists and crew necks in different colors.

Sandblasting: When using sand, cloth or cloth must be washed to soften and disrupt.

Wash satin: Another term for washing silicone, which results in a very smooth and soft surface on the fabric and provides good dryness properties.

Scoop Neck: Wide, slightly curved neckline that changes deeply. Favorite women's shirts.

Sheer Jersey: Very light, narrow band, approx. 3.9 ounces in a yard. It's a bit lighter than the fine jersey.

Shoulder and Shoulder Tail: Slim thin stripe seam through seam over shoulders and neck. It covers the seam and looks better than an exposed stitch.

Shrinkage: Usually refers to cotton clothing and the expected shrinkage. Most cotton shirts are shrinking forward, but 4-5% shrinkage is expected.

Page sewn: Seam on each side of the shirt runs downwards under the slingshot to the lower edge. T-shirts sewn on his side are more expensive to manufacture.

Silicone Washed: Use of non-plastic injection silicone in a washing process. It provides a very smooth and soft surface for the fabric and provides good drying properties to the fabric.

Singlet: is another term on top of a men's tank.

Slim Cut: The style of the shirt, which is narrower than you normally find. For example, a full-size men's shirt is large, usually 22 inches on the chest (1 inch under the sleeve). The slim cut is approx. Half inch and 1 inches narrower, sometimes more.

Stonewashed: Washing process with lava stones, sometimes with silicon and rubber balls. This method makes the fabric softer and gives you an older or more distant look. Sometimes bleach is used in this process.

Tank Top: T-Shirt with a thin shoulder strap and no fingers. The name originated from the early stages of swimming pools: swimming pools.

Taped Seam: It's not an actual "ribbon" but a thin strip of sewing on the seam that runs through the tees and neck. It covers the seam and looks better than an exposed stitch.

Tail Style: Style that does not have a side seam; the shirt's body is round and straight. Tube shirts are cheaper to manufacture and make up much cheaper t-shirts.

Unisex T-Shirt: There is no custom unisex t-shirt, but usually unisex shirt with lighter weight, fine cotton shirt, stitched on the side and not cut full of normal men's shirts. The fingers are not as short as the fingers of the cap, but not the entire elbows. The body length is usually medium / long. However, depending on the manufacturers there are big differences in unisex t-shirts.

Uzbekistan: An independent Soviet Soviet satellite became independent in 1991, famous for its cotton production methods, including forced labor and environmental damage. Ethical clothing companies boycate Uzbekistan cotton; however, many companies are not interested in, and refused to join the bureaucracy because Uzbekistan cotton is cheap.

V-Neck: Reverse triangular neckline. Depending on the style, it may be deep or shallow. Women generally love it, but the style of style is popular with people.

Viscose: Typically another name for rayon like viscose rayon.

Weight: Usually expressed ounce per square meter. The 5.5 ounce weighed cotton fabric means that one square meter weighs 5.5 ounces. Fine cotton cotton fabrics generally have lighter weight while coarse cotton fabrics have more weight.

Wife shouting: The length of time for the T-shirt for the male T-shirt. Usually it refers to the top of a basic white tank.

Dyed yarn: Yarn that was painted before weaving in fabric.

Source by David Urban

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