Tuesday, June 2, 2020

DIAPER WEAVE ( A DERIVATIVE OF TWILL WEAVE)


DIAPER WEAVE ( A DERIVATIVE OF TWILL WEAVE:

The diaper weave is a derivative of twill weave. In this weave the number of ends and picks in a repeat is double of basic weave. This weave gives decorative look. One series of warp and one series of weft get used in this weave. It is production friendly weave and can be woven efficiently. The some examples of diaper weaves are given below:


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