Knitting fabric is created by bending yarn into loops and interlocking them using needles. It is formed by the intricate interweaving of countless loops, with each loop undergoing a looping process with the needle to achieve completion.
Woven fabric is created by interlacing yarns, which can be made from natural, synthetic, or blended fibers, forming a grid-like pattern. The vertical yarn is the warp, the horizontal is the weft, and their interlacing defines the fabric’s weave structure. This includes plain weave, twill weave, and satin weave.