The finest of wool separated from the rest; combed wool; also, fine yarn of wool.
A kind of knitted jacket; hence, in general, a closefitting jacket or upper garment made of an elastic fabric (as stockinet).
Single knit construction which has rows of vertical loops (knit stitches) on the face and rows of horizontal half-loops (purl stitches) on the back. Jersey can be any fiber content and can be knit flat or circular. Often used in short sleeve knit shirts.
Stretchy fine knitted fabric, used in t-shirts and sportswear and figure hugging garments; especially good for draping. examples
A stretchy knitted fabric that is plain, without a distinct rib, and is used widely for dresses, T-shirts, and children's clothes.
A knitted opaque, drapeable, form-fitting fabric.
A generic term for a plain knit fabric without a distinct rib. Originally made of wool, jersey fabric was first manufactured on the island of Jersey, off the coast of England.
A single-knit fabric with plain stitches on the right side and purl stitches on the back. The word jersey is often used to describe any knit.
a close-fitting pullover shirt
a slightly elastic machine-knit fabric
a soft and elasticated knit that was used for undergarments before she introduced her suits because its appearance and its weave were difficult to handle
Soft, stretchable, knitted fabric of cotton, wool, rayon, or synthetic fibers.
plain knit, ribbed fabric in wood, silk, cotton or synthetic fibres
As well as regular team-jerseys, riders often have an opportunity to wear special jerseys that signify their position in the race, or an achievement they've gained in the past year. For example, in stage-races, the overall leader will be given a distinctive jersey to identify him as the man to catch. The leaders jersey is usually yellow, but could theoretically be whatever colour or design the race organisers choose. Special jerseys may also be awarded for the leaders of the points, mountains or young-rider classifications. Other notable jerseys include the famous rainbow-stripes of the world championship jersey, the white Pro Tour jersey, or various national championship jerseys that are seen in the peloton all year round.
The consistent interlooping of yarns in the jersey stitch to produce a fabric with a smooth, flat face, and a more textured, but uniform back. Jersey fabrics may be produced on either circular or flat weft knitting machines.
A plain knitted fabric with a construction that is crease-resistant. Often used in T-shirts, jersey wears and washes well. Elastic with good draping qualities, it has lengthwise ribs (wales) on one side and crosswise ribs (courses) on the other.
1. Single knit fabric with an intermeshing of stitches in the same direction on the face and a series of semicircular loops on the back. Thus the 2 sides appear different. 2. a general term referring to any knit fabric without a distinct rib.
A single knit fabric characterized by chain stitch in the face and courses on the back.
A type of knit that on the right side has lengthwise ribs (wales) and wrong side has crosswise ribs (courses). Very elastic with good draping qualities. Has special crease-resistant qualities due to its construction.
A generic term referring to knitted fabrics without a distinct rib, usually made of cotton. This fabric was named jersey since it was first manufactured on the island of Jersey, off the coast of England.
made of wool, worsted, silk, cotton, rayon, and synthetics. Knitted on circular, flat-bed or warp knitted methods (later popular as a tricot-knit). Right side has lengthwise ribs (wales) and wrong side has crosswise ribs (courses). Very elastic with good draping qualities. Has special crease-resistant qualities due to its construction. Is knitted plain or has many elaborate tweed designs and fancy motifs as well as printed designs. Can look very much like woven fabric. Wears very well and if washable; it washes very well. First made on the Island on Jersey off the English coast and had been used for fisherman's clothing.
a type of fabric with a flat appearance, knit on a circular, single-knit machine; its principal distinction is that it is not a fabric with a distinct rib.
A bicycling shirt with pockets in the back, often decorated with team colors and sponsors' logos. Special colored jerseys in races such as the Tour de France denote the leader in a certain category.
Circular knit or flat knit fabric that features Interlooping yarns which produce a fabric with a smooth, flat surface and textured back.
A soft fabric knitted on a circular knitting machine resulting in stretchable construction for comfort;
General term used for any knitted fabric.
Fabric has definite smooth side, the outside; and a textured side, the inside.
A bicycling shirt often with team and sponsors' logos, also usually with pockets in the back. Colored jerseys in races, such as the Tour de France, denote the leader in a certain category.
A knitted fabric that are knitted in a plain stitch but without a distinct rib.
A circular or flat knit fabric made with a plain, simple stitch, characterized by excellent drape and wrinkle recovery.
knitted shirt, especially as part of a uniform
The team uniform that distinguishes the teams as different. Also, the goal keeper must have a shirt that distinguishes himself different than his team and the opponent. Law 4
A plain stitch knitted cloth in which the fabric is knitted on circular, flatbed or warp methods. This fabric is very elastic with good draping qualities. Most often used in t-shirts.