A twill fabric where the direction of the twill is reversed. Produces a pattern resembling herringbones. Hence a rich, lustrous sheen. Houndstooth Check with jagged edges resembling a dog's tooth. Internal Coin Pockets 2 large internal breast pockets cut with â€˜Pistolaâ€(tm) facings (scooped with cloth for style and strength in CT blue lining) with a security button and tab on right hand side and 1 pen/ticket pocket on the left. Lapis A stone. Linen Fabric made of fibres removed from the stem of the flax plant; it was probably the first textile fabric to be used.
A fabric with a weave composed of vertical sections that create a design of wide "V's" in stripes across the width of the fabric. Also see - PATTERN Handbag with a herringbone pattern Made by - BANANA REPUBLIC photo provided by substatic
a broken twill-weave fabric created by changing the direction of the twill wale from right to left and back again. This creates a chevron pattern of stripes that may be or may not be equally prominent. Herringbone fabrics are made in a variety of weights, patterns, and fiber contents.
Broken twill weave fabric created by changing the direction of twill from right to left and back again. This creates a chevron pattern. Herringbone fabrics are made in a variety of weights, patterns, and fiber types. Herringbone patterns can also be knitted as a jacquard.
Arrangement of support rails in which rails are arranged in a "V-shape" pattern. Tip of "v" points in direction of belt travel. This arrangement provides even distribution of wear across belt width, and aids to keep the belt centered in its path.
A pattern consisting of rows of short, slanted parallel lines with the direction of the slant alternating row by row and used in masonry, parquetry, embroidery, and weaving. A twilled fabric woven in this pattern.
a twilled fabric with a herringbone pattern, namely a pattern made up of rows of parallel lines which in any two adjacent rows slope in opposite directions. A suit made of herringbone, namely a twilled fabric with a herringbone pattern, namely rows of parallel lines which in any two adjacent rows slope in opposite directions
an arrangement of vehicles at left and right angles to the line of march used to establish security during an unscheduled halt. HHC headquarters and headquarters company HHD headquarters and headquarters detachment