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A fabric so woven as to have a surface of diagonal parallel ridges,
  1. Weave (fabric) in this way
    • - twilled cotton
  1. A fabric so woven as to have a surface of diagonal parallel ridges

  1. weave diagonal lines into (textiles)
  2. a weave used to produce the effect of parallel diagonal ribs
  3. a cloth with parallel diagonal lines or ribs
  4. (twilled) corded: of textiles; having parallel raised lines
  5. Twill is a type of fabric woven with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs.
  6. Twill is a quarterly magazine, published in Paris. It combines fashion spreads, often with erotic overtones, with articles on political and cultural subjects. ...
  7. a pattern created by the way threads are passed over and under each other during weaving; a piece of cloth with this woven pattern
  8. 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.
  9. A fabric that shows a distinct diagonal wale on the face (e.g., denim, gabardine, tricotine).
  10. A fabric characterized by micro diagonal ribs producing a soft, smooth finish.
  11. An incredibly versatile fabric distinguishable by diagonal ribs on its face, and a soft, smooth finish. Gabardine, serge, and denim are all examples of till fabrics.
  12. Identified by the diagonal lines on its face. It is an incredibly versatile fabric.
  13. The term twill designates both a textile weave characterised by diagonal structural designs and the cloth made from that weave. The weave may be varied to produce broken or intertwining effects. Twill fabrics are usually firm and are used especially in suits and in sport and work clothes. ...
  14. A type of weave that is characterized by diagonal patterns throughout the fabric.
  15. A strong, durable fabric woven with filling threads crossing the wrap in a staggered pattern, producing an effect of parallel diagonal lines, which can be varied in size and shape.
  16. A textile weave in which the filling threads pass over one and under two or more warp threads to give an appearance of diagonal lines.
  17. 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.
  18. Also Twill Weave, Twill Fabric. Strong, durable, firm fabric typically used as the base of a patch, characterized by diagonal ribs. Twill fabric is typically a polyester or a cotton/polyester blend and is quite durable and can be dry cleaned or washed and still look crisp. ...
  19. Durable and tightly woven on the diagonal, the twill weave is most often seen in khakis, chinos and denim. ...
  20. Any diagonlly ribbed fabric, as distinct from the lengthwise or, more rarely, horizontally ribbed corduroy.
  21. The twill used in diapers is actually similar to the twill used for pants. It's usually used in prefold or flatfold diapers, but can also be used in fitteds. It softens with use, but will never be as soft as flannel.
  22. A fabric that is diagonally ribbed, therefore a strong weave.
  23. Weave: A fabric so woven as to have a surface of diagonal parallel ridges
  24. weave: Formed by passing the warp or weft fiber over two or more fibers in the opposite direction.
  25. A weave in which yarns float over two or three yarns before passing under one; or the fabric produced with this weave.