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Skip and Pointed Twills

Skip twills are a type of broken twill effects formed by a skip drawing-in draft and a regular twill weave as a chain draft. The weaves that form a wave effects across the cloth known as pointed twills. These effects are also frequently…

Fancy entwining and Curved Twill

Fancy entwining twill effects are obtained by omitting one or more twill lines from each section and continuing the remaining twill lines of each section until they meet these of the other section. By this it means that two blank spaces…

Fancy Twills

The fancy twill is formed by placing small spots between the main lines of twill. The first end of the weave should be a continuation of the last end and the first pick should be a continuation of the last pick, so that the weave will…

Derivatives of twill Weaves

Derivatives Formed by Rearranging Ends or Picks- The number of what may be termed fundamental weaves is comparatively small, but the weaves that may be derived from them are innumerable. Thus, if a simple twill weave is shown out in design…

Angles of twill weave

The angle of twill weave is determined by the amount of shift in the points of interlacing.A one pick one end shift twill weaves called 45-degree will.A twill weave which has more than one pick shift and one end shift is called steep twill;…

Regular Twills

Regular twills are those that run in regular order; it is, therefore, simply necessary to know the interlacing of any one end or pick, say the first, of a regular twill in order to show the entire weave on design paper. The interlacings of…

Twill Weave Derivatives

Certain weaves, based on their construction or use our group into categories, For instance, the plain weave may be considered as a standard construction.One of the largest of these classes is that of twill weaves, which are so called…

Characteristics of Twill Weave

Twill Weave is strong and hard-wearing, used for fashion and furnishing fabrics. In plain weave, the warp and weft are aligned so that they form a simple criss-cross pattern. Each weft thread crosses the warp threads by going over one, then…

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