A jersey-like fabric knitted with two needles for double thickness. Both sides of the fabric are interlocked.
Fabric knitted with two sets of needles, producing a twice-knitted appearance. Double knit jerseys have a firmer texture than conventional jerseys of single needle construction and are usually heavier, although they can be knitted in very light weights.
A highly durable fabric with double thickness created with a double stitch on a double needle.
"Double knit" refers to any filling-knit fabric made on two needle beds.
A circular knit fabric with loops on the front and back. Produced on two sets of needles, it is actually two fabrics interlocked into one.
A weft knit fabric in which two layers of loops are formed that cannot be separated. A double knit machine, which has two complete sets of needles, is required for this construction.
A circular knit fabric of double thickness.
Refers to any of the numerous kinds of fine-rib structures that have the appearance of twice-knitted jersey fabric. Double knit fabric, by reason of it's two-needle construction, is a more dimensionally stable cloth than single-knit fabric and also a heavier fabric.
a weft knit, double layered fabric produced on a machine with 2 sets of needles. Double knits are thicker have more body and are more stable than single knits. As they curl, sag, and shrink less than single knits , they are more suitable for sportswear and tailored garments. They usually are reversible.
A knit fabric made on two sets of needles resulting in a circular knit fabric appearing in either the front or back of the fabric.
A circular knit fabric knitted via double stitch on a double needle frame to provide a double thickness.