TWI419655B - Knitted fabrics with knitted fabrics - Google Patents

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TWI419655B
TWI419655B TW096143012A TW96143012A TWI419655B TW I419655 B TWI419655 B TW I419655B TW 096143012 A TW096143012 A TW 096143012A TW 96143012 A TW96143012 A TW 96143012A TW I419655 B TWI419655 B TW I419655B
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Masato Fukiage
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    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B1/00Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes
    • D04B1/22Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes specially adapted for knitting goods of particular configuration
    • D04B1/24Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes specially adapted for knitting goods of particular configuration wearing apparel
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41BSHIRTS; UNDERWEAR; BABY LINEN; HANDKERCHIEFS
    • A41B9/00Undergarments
    • A41B9/12Protective undergarments
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41CCORSETS; BRASSIERES
    • A41C1/00Corsets or girdles
    • A41C1/12Component parts
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D04BRAIDING; LACE-MAKING; KNITTING; TRIMMINGS; NON-WOVEN FABRICS
    • D04BKNITTING
    • D04B1/00Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes
    • D04B1/22Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes specially adapted for knitting goods of particular configuration
    • D04B1/24Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes specially adapted for knitting goods of particular configuration wearing apparel
    • D04B1/26Weft knitting processes for the production of fabrics or articles not dependent on the use of particular machines; Fabrics or articles defined by such processes specially adapted for knitting goods of particular configuration wearing apparel stockings
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A41WEARING APPAREL
    • A41DOUTERWEAR; PROTECTIVE GARMENTS; ACCESSORIES
    • A41D2400/00Functions or special features of garments
    • A41D2400/32Therapeutic use
    • A41D2400/322Massage
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D10INDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • D10BINDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • D10B2501/00Wearing apparel
    • D10B2501/02Underwear
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D10INDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • D10BINDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • D10B2501/00Wearing apparel
    • D10B2501/02Underwear
    • D10B2501/021Hosiery; Panti-hose
    • DTEXTILES; PAPER
    • D10INDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • D10BINDEXING SCHEME ASSOCIATED WITH SUBLASSES OF SECTION D, RELATING TO TEXTILES
    • D10B2501/00Wearing apparel
    • D10B2501/04Outerwear; Protective garments

Description

Knitted fabric for clothing Technical field
The present invention relates to a knitted fabric for clothing, which has a raised convex portion which can produce a massage effect when various kinds of clothes such as underwear are used.
Background technique
For example, in the field of knitted fabrics, such as tights, pants, jumpsuits, corsets, shorts, or pantyhose, which are worn in a fitted state, and knitted fabrics, which are knitted by circular knitting (including horizontal knitting). In the region of a specific range required according to the state of wearing, a float stitch is continuously performed on all the required weft rings and the weaving of the specially selected warp circle is stopped, and then, after weaving the desired weft ring By recovering the previously selected warp ring, a raised ridge-like ridge can be formed on the inner surface of the knitted fabric, and the raised convex portion can obtain a massage effect when the knitted fabric is worn. It is known in the past (for example, Patent Document 1).
Further, it has been proposed to alternately arrange the same raised protrusions and recesses different from the above-described woven knitted structure in place of the above-described ridge-like continuous raised convex portion, thereby further improving the massage effect (for example, Patent Documents 2 and 3).
[Patent Document 1] Patent No. 3207808 (Patent Document 2) Patent No. 3209738 (Patent Document 3) Patent No. 3215401
Invention
However, the disadvantage of such a knitted fabric which is obtained by the above-mentioned conventionally known bulging convex portion produced by floating needle knitting is that, in particular, when the knitted raw fabric is longitudinally stretched, most of the raised convex portions are elongated and changed. It is flat, and there is a problem that the initial massage effect cannot be expected.
Therefore, Patent Document 3 has proposed a method of mixing a tuck loop in a certain ratio in a continuous floating stitch knitting. However, in this method, although the flattening effect of the convex portion can be suppressed to some extent, in the actual knitting step, one knitting needle is in a state of holding the yarn of the plurality of needle stitches at the same time, so that application is performed. The load on the knitting needle becomes large, and the knitting speed cannot be accelerated, resulting in poor production efficiency.
The present invention has been made to solve the aforementioned problems, and an object of the present invention is to provide a knitted fabric for garments, which is configured to be adjacent to at least one side of the lateral direction of the raised convex portion and which can suppress the elongation of the longitudinal tensile force. The knitted structure can suppress the flattening due to the elongation of the raised convex portion without using a tuck stitch, and can well maintain the massage effect obtained by the raised convex portion.
A feature of the present invention is that a knitted fabric for a garment is provided with a knitted fabric which has a stretchable knitted fabric and is formed in at least a portion of the region by a plurality of continuous floats. The ridges are formed by the ridges of the inner side of the knitted fabric, and the ridges are vertically and horizontally spaced apart to form respective independent ridge shapes, and the woven fabrics can be raised by the ridges A massage effect is obtained; and the other knitted structure is adjacent to at least one of the lateral sides of the aforementioned raised convex portion, and elongation of the longitudinal tensile force on the use of the laundry can be suppressed.
Therefore, when the knitted fabric is used for clothes such as underwear, the kneading can be suppressed by the knit structure adjacent to at least one side of the raised convex portion even when the longitudinal tensile force is applied. The part is completely elongated and flattened. Therefore, the massage effect obtained by bulging the convex portion can be favorably maintained. Further, since the method of mixing the needle stitches in the floating stitch knitting is different, the excessive load is not applied to the knitting needles in the floating needle knitting portion, and the productivity of the knitting fabric can be improved.
In particular, in the case where the other knitted fabrics which are adjacent to the lateral sides of the raised convex portion and which are capable of suppressing the above-described elongation are provided, the effect of suppressing the above-described elongation and suppressing the flattening of the raised convex portion are more preferable.
In the knitted fabric according to the present invention, the other knitted structure which is adjacent to at least one of the lateral sides of the raised convex portion and which suppresses the elongation is a tissue having a large resistance to tensile force as compared with the structure of the raised convex portion. As a result, the elongation of the knit structure around the raised convex portion can be suppressed under the force of the action at the time of wearing, and as a result, the strong convexity cannot be applied to the raised convex portion, and the raised convex portion can be prevented from being elongated and flattened.
In the above-described woven fabric for garments, it is preferable that the ridges and convex portions are arranged in a row at intervals in the longitudinal direction, and at least one side of each of the rows of the ridges and convex portions is disposed, and is restrained from being continuous in the longitudinal direction. Other knitted fabrics of the foregoing elongation. Thereby, the other knitted structure adjacent to at least one of the respective rows in the longitudinal direction of the raised convex portion suppresses the elongation in the longitudinal tensile force, and can effectively suppress the flattening due to the elongation of the raised convex portion.
In particular, in the case where the ridges and convex portions in the respective rows are formed such that the positions are staggered with each other, the portions of the knit structure between the ridges and the convex portions adjacent to each other in the longitudinal direction are present on both sides of the ridges and convex portions. The flattening effect caused by the elongation of the respective raised convex portions on the use of the laundry is enhanced.
In the above-mentioned knitted fabric for laundry, it is preferable that the raised convex portion is disposed at intervals in the longitudinal and lateral directions, and is disposed at least in any one of the checkerboard pattern, the zigzag pattern, or the honeycomb pattern, thereby embossing the convex portion The massage effect obtained is good.
In the above-mentioned knitted fabric for garments, it is preferable that the structure of the raised convex portion is a structure in which a continuous floating needle is arranged with a proper interval in a plain knitting structure, and adjacent to at least a lateral direction of the raised convex portion. One side of the other knitting structure which can suppress the elongation described above is a mesh knitting formed by combining one of a flat knitting and a hanging needle knitting and a floating needle knitting, or a flat knitting and hanging needle knitting and floating needle Combining the knit structure of the composite mesh with the combination of the two, the knit structure has a greater resistance to the longitudinal tensile force generated by the use of the garment, and is larger than the structure of the raised convex portion, and therefore, even the knitted fabric The entire system is woven with the same yarn, and a knitted fabric for clothing having the aforementioned effects can also be obtained.
As described above, the knitted fabric for garment according to the present invention has a raised convex portion formed by a continuous floating needle and raised toward the inner surface side of the knitted fabric, and is provided with an elongation capable of suppressing the longitudinal tensile force acting on the use of the laundry. The other knitting structure, and the other knitting structure is adjacent to at least one of the lateral sides of each of the raised convex portions. Therefore, when various clothes such as underwear made of the knitted raw cloth are used, other knitting adjacent to the raised convex portion is used. The partial depression of the tissue inhibits the elongation in the longitudinal direction, and the flattening due to the elongation of the convex portion of the ridge can be suppressed, and even if the needle stitch is not mixed in the floating needle knitting, the massage obtained by the convex portion can be favorably maintained. The effect is not to make it excessively low or lost.
Best practice aspect of the invention
Hereinafter, embodiments of the present invention will be described with reference to the embodiments shown in the drawings.
1 to 3 are front views each showing a part of the appearance of the knitted fabric of the present invention, and Fig. 4 is a schematic explanatory view showing the knitting state of the knitted fabric of the first drawing, and Fig. 5 is the same knitted fabric. A part of the enlarged organization chart.
In the drawings, 1 is a knitted fabric for garment according to the present invention, which is mainly woven into a tubular shape according to the type of the garment, and is subjected to steps such as cutting or sewing after knitting to form, for example, the garment of FIG. Further, the aforementioned types of clothing are, for example, tights, underpants, jumpsuits, corsets, shorts, and the like, or socks such as over-the-knee stockings.
The knitted fabric 1 of the present invention is a circular knitted fabric and has a stretchable knitted fabric, as shown in Fig. 1, in at least a part of the area (also about all) required for the use of the laundry, In the flat knitting structure which becomes the bottom structure, the bulging convex portion 2 which is raised toward the inner surface side of the knitted fabric by the continuous floating needle knitting 10 spanning the required number of latitudes, in particular, by the continuous floating needle knitting 10 1 a raised protrusion 2 bulging toward the inner side of the knitted fabric by a suitable interval above the circle, or more preferably a structure of a plurality of warp to tens of warp intervals, and the raised protrusions 2 The vertical and horizontal portions are spaced apart to form a plurality of independent ridge shapes, and the massage effect can be obtained by the raised convex portions 2, and the symbol 3 in the figure indicates a flat portion other than the raised convex portion 2.
In the present invention, as will be described later, another knitted structure portion 22 which is adjacent to at least one of the lateral sides of the raised convex portion 2 and which is capable of suppressing the elongation in the longitudinal direction of the use of the laundry is disposed as the knitted structure of the flat portion 3.
In the first drawing, the raised convex portions 2 are arranged in a row at intervals in the longitudinal direction, and are provided with an arbitrary warp circle width between adjacent columns 20 and 20 and can be suppressed from being continuous in the longitudinal direction. The other knitted structural portions 22 which are elongated as described above, and the raised convex portions 2 of the respective rows 20 are formed in such a manner that the positions are staggered. That is, the aforementioned other knitted tissue portions 22, 22 adjacent to the lateral sides of the respective columns 20 are provided.
As shown in Fig. 2, the arrangement of the raised protrusions 2 may be such that each row 20 of the longitudinal raised protrusions 2 may be provided with the same longitudinally continuous knitting between the columns 20, 20 The portion 22 is organized and the positions of the columns of the raised protrusions 2 are not staggered and arranged side by side in the lateral direction. Further, as shown in Fig. 3, the rows 20 of the longitudinal projections 2 may be arranged such that the raised projections 2 of the rows 20 are arranged in a longitudinally staggered position and in each column 20 Each of the two other knitted tissue portions 22 which are continuous in the longitudinal direction is provided in two rows, and at this time, the other knitted structure portions 22 connected to one side of each of the columns 20 of the two rows are disposed.
The arrangement of the raised convex portions 2 is such that the entire main independent raised convex portions 2 are arranged in a checkerboard pattern, a zigzag pattern or a honeycomb pattern, but may be implemented in other configurations.
Then, in the present invention, the other knitted tissue portion 22 which is a part of the flat portion 3 other than the raised convex portion 2 and disposed on at least one of the lateral sides of each of the raised convex portions 2 arranged as described above can be suppressed. The stretched knit structure in which the clothes are stretched, in particular, the tissue which is more resistant to the tensile force than the knit structure of the raised convex portion 2, compared with the structure of the above-mentioned raised convex portion 2, can be suppressed when the clothes are normally worn. The elongation generated under the force of the action is reduced, whereby the flattening due to the elongation of the raised convex portion 2 can be suppressed.
Further, in the flat portion 3, the respective rows 20 of the raised convex portions 2 are longitudinally adjacent, and the knitted tissue portion 21 located between the raised convex portions 2, 2 may be any knitted structure, but the implementation shown in the drawing In the example, it is necessary to form a knitted structure which is reduced by the elongation which can be generated under the force of the normal use of the clothes in the same manner as the knitted structure portion 22, and the normal tensile force can be suppressed as described above. It is stretched, but when it is stretched with a certain degree or more, it can be more preferably composed of a knitted structure having a larger elongation than the structure of the above-mentioned raised convex portion 2.
Next, a specific example of the knitting structure of the knitted fabric 1 of the above configuration will be described.
In the example of the knit structure of Figs. 4 and 5, the raised convex portion 2 is, as indicated by the knit structure of the A portion, in the width of the transverse 10 warp circle and the width of the longitudinal 16 weft circle. As a flat knitting of the bottom structure, the portion of the continuous floating stitch 10 of the vertical 15 latitude ring is arranged in parallel with the required number every two warps (two needles). In the fifth drawing, the area of the A portion is shown in a flat state, but in the actual knitting, the contraction of the holding coil 11 of the 15th lap of the portion spanning the length of the continuous floating needle 10 is the above-mentioned area A. All of them are formed into a bulged shape by swelling to the inner surface side of the knitted fabric. That is to say, the aforementioned A field indicates a region where the convex portion 2 is raised. Further, it is preferable to use an elastic yarn as described later in the woven thread for producing the holding stitch 11, and it is also possible to set a length of a detaching stitch on the woven fabric so that the aforementioned A portion is still in a state in which the holding stitch 11 is fully extended. The shape of the ridge can be maintained. The symbol 12 in the figure shows a woven thread of a missing loop that floats with a floating needle.
The size of the region of the raised convex portion 2 can be appropriately set according to the shape (protrusion shape) or size of the raised convex portion 2, and can be, for example, in the range of 6 to 36 in the lateral direction and in the range of 32 in the longitudinal direction. Change and set freely within. Further, in the example of the A portion region in FIGS. 4 and 5, the portion of the continuous floating stitch 10 is arranged at four intervals in every two laps in the same latitude, but the continuous floating stitch 10 The number of arrangement, the interval, the longitudinal length (the number of latitudes), and the position of the latitude and longitude can be arbitrarily set depending on the size and shape (the shape of the convex portion) of the bulging convex portion 2. In particular, the longitudinal length (the number of latitudes) of the continuous floating stitch knitting may be changed, whereby the raised convex portion 2 may have various shapes such as an elliptical shape or an oblong shape in addition to a square shape.
Further, in the knit structure of the flat portion 3 other than the raised convex portion 2, at least one side of the lateral direction of the raised convex portion 2, that is, the knitted tissue portion 22 of at least one side of each of the rows 20 of the raised convex portions 2 The part, as shown in the knitting organization of the C area in Fig. 4 and Fig. 5, is a knitted structure composed of, for example, a flat knitting and a floating stitch, and is formed in any warp circle (5 in the figure) In the wide area of the width, a knitting structure of a so-called rib stitch 15 of a continuous floating stitch of 1 × 3 is arranged. Since the knitting structure of the C portion has a small continuous length (the number of latitudes) of the continuous floating needle, the resistance to the longitudinal tensile force is larger than the area of the raised convex portion 2, that is, the structure of the A portion. It is possible to suppress the elongation of the tensile force on the usual clothes to be reduced, and to suppress the longitudinal elongation of the knitted fabric.
Further, the knit structure of the aforementioned C portion is preferably a combination of a flat knitting and a hanging stitch knitting and a floating stitch knitting, or a combination of a flat knitting, a hanging stitch knitting and a floating stitch knitting. The combined knit structure of the composite mesh increases the resistance to the longitudinal tensile force generated in the use of the laundry.
Further, in the knitted structure of the flat portion 3 other than the raised convex portion 2, the knitted tissue portion 21 between the upper and lower (longitudinal) raised convex portions 2, 2, and the knitted structure of the B portion in the fourth and fifth figures As shown in the figure, the width of the transverse 10-circle width and the width of the longitudinal 16-latitude circle corresponding to the region of the raised convex portion 2 are respectively arranged by 1×1 floating stitches, that is, each other is arranged with a flat braid 13 And a knitted structure of the net of the floating needles 14, and in the knitted structure, the resistance of the knitted tissue portion 21 to the longitudinal tensile force is compared with the area of the aforementioned raised convex portion 2, that is, the tissue of the aforementioned A portion. Large, and under normal tension, can suppress the elongation to reduce, can become a structure to inhibit the longitudinal elongation of the knitted fabric, and when stretched more strongly than the extent, the elongation is higher than that of the raised portion 2 Big.
Further, in the example of the knit structure of Figs. 6 and 7, the portion A of the raised convex portion 2 and the knitted tissue portion 22 adjacent to at least one side of the longitudinal rows 20 of the raised portion 2 are displayed. The area of the C portion is the same as that of the knitting fabrics of Figs. 4 and 5, but the knitting structure of the portion 21 between the upper and lower raised portions 2 and 2 in each row, that is, the knitting structure of the B portion is different. That is, the knit structure portion 21 between the raised convex portions 2, 2 is as shown in the knit structure of the B portion in the sixth and seventh figures, and corresponds to the horizontal portion of the region of the raised convex portion 2 The width of the circle, the width of the longitudinal 16 latitudes, is composed of 1×1 meshes of each other, that is, a network of woven flats 16 and hang stitches 17 are arranged, and the knitting organization can a composite mesh knitted fabric composed of a combination of jersey stitch (flat stitching) and floating stitching, or a combination of flat stitching (flat knitting), floating stitch knitting and hanging stitch knitting. Organization replacement.
The knitting of the aforementioned knitted fabric 1 can use various synthetic fiber yarns or natural fiber yarns depending on the application, and it is particularly preferable to use an elastic yarn.
For example, in the case of underwear such as tights or underpants, the knitted fabric 1 can be woven by interlacing: 10 to 140 Danny's nylon thread or elastic resistance coated with 10 to 140 Danny polyurethane elastic yarns. A woven yarn consisting of a single-coated yarn or a double-coated yarn of a bristled yarn, interwoven with 10 to 140 Danny's Nylon double yarns and 100 to 40 cotton yarns, or by adding yarn Interweaving.
In addition, in the weft of the weaving thread, a single covered yarn of 10 to 140 Danny's nylon yarn or elastic Nylon yarn is coated with a polyurethane elastic yarn of 10 to 70 Danny. a weft ring made of a part or a whole of the yarn, interlaced with a weft ring of 10 to 140 Danny's Nylon double yarn and a cotton yarn of 100 to 40 counts, and the knitted fabric 1 is knitted, and The weft of the woven thread is composed of a single covered yarn or a double covered yarn coated with 10 to 140 Danny's urethane yarn or elastic lining in a polyurethane elastic yarn of 10 to 140 denier.
The woven fabric 1 for clothes having the above-described structure is used for the inner side of the bulging convex portion 2 formed by the floating needle knitting, and is used for, for example, underwear such as a corset as exemplified in Fig. 8 . In Fig. 8, the D portion shows a knitted fabric portion with irregularities attached to the plurality of raised convex portions 2 as described above, and is disposed at a portion where a massage effect is required, such as a waist portion or a thigh portion. Parts E and F show the knitted fabric portion of his knitted structure.
In the use of the above-mentioned clothes, the bulging convex portion 2 on the inner surface side of the knitted bristles which is spaced apart in the longitudinal and lateral directions and which forms the independent ridge shape can exert a good massage effect, in particular, the wearer is worn in the wearing state. In the case where the tensile force of the longitudinal action is generated, the knitted tissue portion 22 disposed on at least one of the lateral sides of the raised convex portion 2 is, for example, capable of suppressing the elongation of the tensile force normally occurring in the use of the laundry. Since the structure is reduced, the elongation can be reduced and the above-mentioned raised convex portion 2 can be prevented from being completely elongated and flattened. Therefore, the massage effect obtained by the raised convex portion 2 can be favorably maintained.
Further, in the knitted tissue region of the raised convex portion 2, the knitting tissue portion 22 is used to suppress the elongation of the raised convex portion 2 and maintain the ridge shape, unlike the method of mixing the hanging stitch ring in the continuous floating stitch knitting. Therefore, the load applied to the knitting needle in the weaving of the floating needle knitting 10 is not excessively large, and the knitting speed of the knitted fabric 1 can be accelerated, and the productivity can be improved.
Further, in the above-described embodiments, the case of the circular knitting is described, but the present invention is also applicable to the horizontal knitting of the knitting structure and the circular knitting.
Industrial use possibility
The present invention can be used for garments such as tights, pants, jumpsuits, corsets, shorts, or pantyhose that are knitted by knitting or knitting in a fitted state.
1. . . Knitting fabric
2. . . Uplift convex
3. . . Flat part
10. . . Continuous floating stitch
11. . . Hold coil
12. . . Weaving thread
13. . . Flat
14. . . Float
15. . . Ribbed
16. . . Flat
17. . . Hanging stitch
20. . . Longitudinal column of raised convex
twenty one. . . Knitted tissue portion between the upper and lower ridges
twenty two. . . Knitted tissue portion adjacent to the raised convex portion
A, B, C. . . region
D. . . Knitted fabric section with embossed
E, F. . . He knitted the knitted fabric part of the knitted tissue
Fig. 1 is a front view showing roughly a part of the appearance of the knitted fabric of the present invention.
Fig. 2 is a front view showing a part of another example of the appearance of the knitted fabric of the present invention.
Fig. 3 is a front elevational view showing a part of another example of the appearance of the knitted fabric of the present invention.
Fig. 4 is a schematic explanatory view showing the knitting state of the same knitted fabric.
Figure 5 is an enlarged view of a portion of the same knitted fabric.
Fig. 6 is a schematic explanatory view showing a state of weaving of a knitted fabric of another embodiment of the present invention.
Figure 7 is a partial enlarged view of the same knitted fabric.
Fig. 8 is a schematic view showing a front view (a) and a rear view (b) of a garment composed of the knitted fabric of the present invention.
1. . . Knitting fabric
2. . . Uplift convex
10. . . Continuous floating stitch
11. . . Hold coil
12. . . Weaving thread
13. . . Flat
14. . . Float
15. . . Ribbed
20. . . Longitudinal column of raised convex
twenty one. . . Knitted tissue portion between the upper and lower ridges
twenty two. . . Knitted tissue portion adjacent to the raised convex portion
A, B, C. . . region

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  1. A knitted fabric for garment, which is a stretchable knitted fabric, and in at least a part of the region, a plurality of raised convex portions which are formed by continuous floating needles and which are raised toward the inner side of the knitted fabric, and The ridges and the convex portions are spaced apart from each other to form a separate ridge shape, and the woven fabric can be massaged by the ridges, and is characterized in that: other knitted tissues are disposed, and other knitted tissues are disposed. Adjacent to at least one lateral side of the aforementioned raised convex portion, and the elongation of the longitudinal tensile force on the use of the laundry can be suppressed, wherein the structure of the raised convex portion is arranged in the flat knitting structure with continuous floating needles arranged at appropriate intervals And the other knitting structure adjacent to at least one of the lateral sides of the raised convex portion and capable of suppressing the elongation is formed by a combination of a flat knitting and a hanging needle knitting and a floating needle knitting, or A knitted fabric composed of a composite mesh and a combination of a flat knitting and a hanging stitch knitting and a floating stitch knitting.
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