Monday, June 1, 2020

DIAMOND WEAVE ( A DERIVATIVE OF TWILL WEAVE)


DIAMOND WEAVE:

It is a derivative of twill weave . It contains the combination of right hand twill and left hand twill weave. One series of warp and one series of weft get used in the diamond weave. Pointed draft is used to weave diamond design. The peg plan also reverses from middle of the design. It is very popular weave. It is production friendly weave. It can be woven efficiently. The some examples of diamond weaves are given below:










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