Sweater, a sweater knitted by machine or hand. In primitive life, human beings use leaves and animal skins to cover their bodies, and they know how to use weaving techniques in fishing and animal husbandry life. With the evolution of civilization and the invention of technology, humans not only make full use of various animals and plants. And other natural fibers weave the items needed for life, and develop a variety of chemical fibers and mineral fibers to make human life more comfortable and convenient.
From the weaving works of various ethnic groups, it is found that although many works are based on practical functions, with the pursuit of beauty by human beings, weaving has transcended the scope of practicality and has become the crystallization of human art. Or simple and rough, or exquisite and gorgeous, showing a gorgeous and colorful appearance.
The origin of household sweater knitting machines should be traced back to the first manual foot-operated sock knitting machine designed by a British priest William Lee in 1589. It has been more than 400 years. However, sweater knitting machines have really been promoted and used in China as a production tool, and have gradually entered the family in the early 1980s.
Nowadays, with the continuous deepening of China’s reform and opening up, the individual economy has achieved unprecedented development. As a new type of sweater knitting, it has penetrated into all parts of the city, providing some urban and rural residents with employment and re-employment opportunities, and many people have embarked on this. The road to wealth.
Tips for choosing sweaters:
1. Many sweaters are made of chemical fiber, so it is best to smell it with your nose when you buy it. If there is no peculiar smell, you can buy it, otherwise it will harm your skin.
2. The elasticity of the sweater is very important. Stretch the surface of the sweater when buying it to check the elasticity. The sweater with poor elasticity is easy to deform after washing.
3. Be sure to open the inside of the sweater to look at the washing instructions, and ask the shopping guide whether it needs dry cleaning, whether it can be exposed to the sun, etc., so that it can be taken care of later.
4. Check all the yarn joints on the surface of the sweater to see if it is smooth, whether the knitting pattern is consistent, and the color of the yarn is well-proportioned. After careful selection, you can buy it with confidence.