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Basket weave (also called Hopsack) – The name is taken from a classic basket-making technique, bu..
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Basket Weave (also called Hopsack) – The name is taken from a classic basket making techniqu..
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The Birds Eye pattern is a variation on the twill weave. It forms a pattern of small diamonds, ea..
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The Calvary Twill is a strong weave, with a pronounced cord on a 63 degree angle. There are varia..
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Corduroy weave (also known as corded velveteen, rib cord, rib velvet, Manchester cord, or cords) ..
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The Convert Weave is a twill with characteristic diagonal ribs. It is traditionally woven us..
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Crepe is a type of fabric with pebbly, crimped, crinkled, or puckered surface texture.  Many..
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Herringbone weave – This is a variation on twill weave. It is easily recognizable by the chevron ..
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Plain weave (also called Tabby weave) – Perpendicular threads are woven in a simple pattern of th..
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Sateen weave – This weave produces a lustrous sheen using a cotton thread. Because cotton fibers ..
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Satin weave – This weave is characterized by its shine, which is constructed by leaving longer th..
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Terry (also called terry cloth, terrycloth, Turkish towelling, or terry towelling) - Terry is an ..
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Twill weave – Recognizable by its distinctive diagonal pattern (the most common example of which ..
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Velvet - Soft pile weave associated with luxury goods, originally affordable only by the very ric..
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The Whipcord Weave is a steep twill weave resulting in fine diagonal cords or ribs which are shar..
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