Plain Weave

Plain weave is the most simplest weave which have most basic interlacing. Every weft yarn or thread goes over a warp thread or yarn and then under a warp yarn. Plain weave gives a firm and flat structure this is ideal for finishes like printing.
The two main variations of plain weave are:
  1. Basket weave.
  2. Rib weave.
Basket Weave: As one set two or more yarns are taken in plain weave patterns such where interesting textures are created by weave. But these are not very stable.
Rib weave: By using several yarns as a thick or one yarn in warp or weft direction the rib effect is produced which create ridge like effect.


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