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10 Types Of Plain Weave Fabric For Summer 2022

10 Types Of Plain Weave Fabric For Summer 2022

Nowadays, dealing with different types of fabric in a day is usually a common thing for almost everyone. But if you belong to the textile industry or are a fabric lover, then you can't ignore noticing the fascinating fabric patterns, yarn movement, texture, and such things.

Through fabric weaving you can ensure success of your fabric projects as you can determine the smoothness, thickness, durability, comfortability, versatility, tear strength, and even drape of the fabric

Here we make sure you are aware of some pretty much day-to-day fabrics. That's why we enlist the top 10 plain weave fabrics. Let's get started!

Every Fabric Lover Must Know The Types of Plain Weave Fabric

A Plain Weave Fabric refers to the process in which the weft and warp yarns are interwoven into a fabric. The basis of weaving fabric is that the threads run vertically, horizontally, or diagonally from top to bottom in a criss-cross pattern. But the basic weave types (plain, twill, and satin) mix and match to come up with different variations and amazing patterns. Take a tour of different plain-weave fabrics resulting from a blend of different types of fabrics. 

  1. Plain Weave

Plain weave

Plain weave is most easily interwoven, making a strong, fine fabric. In this plain-weave fabric, the threads are moving or interlaced vertically over the weft of the yarns. The process continues till it comes to a proper fabric. Most people use this plain weave because it is quite strong, durable, and high-quality fabric. Most of the plain weave fabrics, including cotton, linen, silk, rayon, chiffon, organza, crepe, and so on, are used for sewing beautiful clothes. 

  1. Rib Weave

Rib weave

Rib fabric is an advanced or slightly changed version of plain weave fabric. In this type of fabric, either weft or warp yarn is rolled out in the horizontal direction. Broadcloth, faille, and poplin are a few examples of rib fabric.

  1. Basket Weave

Basket weave

Basket weave is also a variation of plain weave but with multiple threads. This means more than one warp fibre alternatively interwoven with two or more weft fibres in a yarn. It follows the over-over, under-under pattern. The resultant fabric from this is more flexible but difficult to sew. Canvas, monk's cloth, and duck cloth are a few examples of basket weaving.

  1. Twill Weave

Twill Weave

In twill weave fabric, the fibres run diagonally over and under the yarns. This results in a strong, soft, more draping weave and a smooth fabric. The diagonal lines on the fabric surface ensure its smoothness. Also, another side of the weave is quite rough and shows a different or opposite pattern to the right side. A few examples of twill weave are denim, velvet, jersey, flannel and so on.

  1. Herringbone Weave

Herringbone Weave

A broken twill fabric that gives a zig zag pattern, following the right and left twills arising side by side, is known as herringbone weave. The fabric design is enough to attract users who want beautiful, sweat-wicking, and comfortable attire for the summer season. It also follows the chevron pattern, shell weave, and corkscrew weave. Tweed is a great example of this variation.

  1. Satin Weave

Satin Weave

Satin weave is a great variation of twill weave but with constant warp yarn and fewer weft interruptions. This means weft yarns are interlaced over warp yarns, resulting in a smooth and shiny surface. The fibers used in the satin weave are filaments of other fabrics such as silk or nylon, making it a smooth, flexible, and lustrous fabric. peau de soi, charmeuse are a few examples of satin weave fabric. 

  1. Sateen Weave

Sateen Weave

Sateen weaves carry very short-staple yarns similar to cotton. In this type of weave, the threads are floating in the weft direction with few warp interruptions. It is a more durable fabric and is best for the summer season. 

  1. Leno Weave

Leno Weave

In the leno weave, the yarns (weft and wrap) are twisted around each other to form a spiral pair. The result of this is a sheer open weave fabric that is much stronger. Leno weave is also known as gauze weave.

  1. Oxford Weave

Oxford Weave

In the oxford weave, thin warp yarns are interlaced with each other in a manner that can be soft to the skin. The gaps between the resultant yarns are for breaking the escaping holes. The fabric is soft and fine.

  1. Bedford Cord Weave

Bedford Cord Weave

The Bedford cord weave has good lengthwise ridges. The weave has eye-catching lengthwise ribs with hollow lines in between the weave. This weave is a blend of both a plain weave fabric and a whipcord twill weave fabric. Also, wadding was especially introduced to add more eminence to the cords.

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You get the idea to choose the plain weave pattern for your perfect attire for the right occasion. So just pick the fabric, customise or select design, select quantity, pay online or place order in a click and enjoy your day set for the perfect summer day.


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