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Fabric Terms for the WriterWeaves: this generally means type of fabric, by how the fabric is woven. I will also include knits because it is also a way to make fabric although it is NOT a weave.
1. Plain weave. The most generic weave you can have. Weft, warp, weft, warp. Many fabrics you wear are plain weave.
2. Basket weave is a variation of plain weave, only it will go weft weft, warp warp to create a "basket" like pattern.
3. Twill weave. This is your jeans. It usually has a diagonal "pattern" to it. Corset material is also a twill. Herringbone and houndstooth are twills. It is a very strong weave.
4 Satin weave. This is the shiny stuff, which is the plain weave
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