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PLAIN-WEAVE FABRIC: In plain-weave fabric the warp and weft are aligned so that they form A simple criss-cross pattern. Plain-weave is strong and hardwearing, so It's used for fashion and furnishing fabrics. TWILL-WEAVE FABRIC: In twill-weave fabric the crossings of weft and warp are offset to give a Diagonal pattern on the fabric surface. It's strong, drapes well and is Used for jeans, jackets and curtains. SATIN-WEAVE FABRIC: In satin-weave fabric there is a complex arrangement of warp and weft Threads, which allows longer float threads either across the warp or the Weft. The long floats mean the light falling on the yarn doesn't scatter And break up, like on a plain-weave.The reflected light creates a Smooth, shiny surface commonly called satin. The reverse side is dull And non-shiny. Weave variations include jacquard and damask.

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