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Weave of fabrics

 

AJR - Rarola, plain-woven fabric with a loose weft.The front and the back sides of the fabric are the same.More exemples:GRA-RagnatelaGGI-SiriaGTR-TarlatanaASL-LightSceno
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AJT - Hessian jute, plain-woven fabric.The front and the back sides of the fabric are the same.
ATS - Toscana, plain-woven fabric with a compact basketweave (double thread) weft.The front and the back sides of the fabric are the same.More exemples:ASC-ScenoATT-ScenoTeatroAPO-PelleOvo
COT - Oscurante Teatro, twill-woven fabric.More exemples:COS-OscuranteCPA-BoccascenaANM-NomentanaATP-Quattro30
ATO-TelaTappetoOpera, twill-woven fabric with ribs in both sides, called herringbone.
HSW-SatinTwixy, satin weave fabric.The satin weave gives the fabric a different look on the two sides, one is matte and the other more shiny.
DPI - Piermarini. Damasks are woven with satin weave, normally using a Jacquard loom.More exemples:DDN-DonizettiDFA-Falstaff
AMA - Margherita, huck lace weave fabric.The front and the back sides of the fabric are the same.More exemples:BZQ-Tramanet15BZT-Tramanet34
The weave is the way in which the warp threads of a fabric intertwine with the weft threads (the threads that go from one selvedge to another).
It determines the type of fabric obtained through the weaving operations.