To weave, as cloth, so as to produce the appearance of diagonal lines or ribs on the surface.
An appearance of diagonal lines or ribs produced in textile fabrics by causing the weft threads to pass over one and under two, or over one and under three or more, warp threads, instead of over one and under the next in regular succession, as in plain weaving.
A fabric woven with a twill.
A quill, or spool, for yarn.
Identified by the diagonal lines on its face. It is an incredibly versatile fabric.
a general term for a woven fabric made with a twill weave, a basic weave characterized by diagonal lines on the face of the fabric.
A basic weave where the fabric has a surface of diagonal parallel ridges, like denim or gabardine.
a woven fabric characterised by its diagonal weave.
A fabric characterized by small diagonal ribs that produce a soft, smooth finish.
a diagonal weave that produces a strong, durable fabric.
A weave where the weft is threaded over two warps and under one, creating a diagonal pattern.
This type of weave is characterized by the lines that are ribbed diagonally across the fabric.
A basic diagonal weave in which warps consistently skip 2, 3, 4 or 5 wefts or wefts consistently skip 2, 3, 4 or 5 warps.
A fabric that shows a distinct diagonal wale on the face (e.g., denim, gabardine, tricotine).
A fabric whose weave is made up of 2 or 3 warp yarns or threads to every one weft. Weave with diagonal ribs and large number of variations. Diagonals may be set at sharp or blunt angles, may be embedded or raised. Important types are flannels, serges, gabardines, and surahs.
a weave used to produce the effect of parallel diagonal ribs
a cloth with parallel diagonal lines or ribs
weave diagonal lines into (textiles)
A strong fabric characterized by diagonal lines. Some types of twill fabrics are gabardines and denim.
A basic weave characterized by diagonal lines in the warp direction.
A type of weave that is characterized by diagonal patterns throughout the fabric.
Fabric woven to produce a diagonal rib or line, ribbed or ridged.
weave: Formed by passing the warp or weft fiber over two or more fibers in the opposite direction.
a method of weaving in which the weaver passes over and under the stakes two at a time.
A basic weave with a distinct, diagonal line, produced by passing filling yarns over two or more warp yarns in a successive progression, resulting in a distinct diagonal pattern.
See Basket Weave)
Smooth, durable fabric with a diagonal weave visible on the face. Made in various weights.
A woven textile with a distinct diagonal pattern. Top page Ultraviolet (UV) stability The ability of a finish or textile to resist fading.
A strong fabric often made from cotton or nylon.
Tightly woven with a diagonal ridge, twills, such as denim & herringbone, are ideal for casual upholstery.
A strong, durable fabric characterized by a diagonal ridge on the face of the fabric.
Fabric that features diagonal ridges. Common twills include khakis, chinos and denims.
Fabric woven to create the appearance of diagonal surface lines. The result is a strong fabric with a soft drape that is more resistant to wrinkles.
characterized by a diagonal rib. Twill weaves are used to produce a strong, durable, firm fabric.
The diagonal lines formed by the weave.
A fabric with a diagonal texture, caused by the order in which the threads are woven. Your denim jeans are a twill woven fabric. The threads are at 90 degrees for warp and weft. Sometimes because of the pattern of twill, you think they aren't, but they are.
A repeating weave on multiple ends producing a characteristic diagonal line on the face of the cloth.
Produced from combed yarn, this weave has a diagonal effect. Because it doesn't have a high elasticity, twill holds its form well, but it creases easily and some times wears thin.
A woven cloth of usually double threads and has the appearance of diagonal lines or ribs.
The weave used to produce a fabric with diagonal parallel ribs.
A fabric that is diagonally ribbed, therefore a strong weave.
The weft goes over and under warp threads in a repeated pattern (eg. 1 then 2), resulting in a subtle diagonal texture. Additionally, if the warp and weft differ in colour, each side of the fabric will have a different dominant colour.
A textile weave in which filling yarns pass over one and under two or more warp yarns producing a diagonal rib.
A fabric characterized by micro diagonal ribs producing a soft, smooth finish.
A woven textile in which the weft threads pass over one and under two or more warp threads, resulting in a pattern of diagonal lines. Most jean cloths are a so-called 2/1 or "two over one" twill.
Long a favorite, the weave is created by interlacing and alternating yarns to create a diagonal effect on the most seen side of the fabric.
A woven fabric with the appearance of diagonal parallel lines or ribs.
Twill is a weave that creates a diagonal effect by having the warp float on top of a few weft yarns, or vice versa; generally, three threads up and one down. Antique twill is woven as a twill with a doupioni yarn, having slubs intermittently dispersed across the fabric.
A fabric with diagonal parallel ribs, or the weave used to produce such a fabric (also known as float weave).
A weave characterised by diagonal lines on the surface of the fabric giving a depth of colour and silky finish.
A basic weave characterized by a diagonal effect. Reverse twills can form herringbone and diamond effects.
A fabric that has an interlacing weaves with an appearance of a "diagonal line". One of the most popular twill fabrics used to make fashion accessories and clothing is cotton denim. ALISE A medium handbag that closes at the top, has two top carrying handles, and has a triangular or oval side profile. Also known as a small overnight suitcase.
Twill is a type of fabric woven with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs.