The simplest weave in textiles is a plain weave (1×1) where the filling yarn is passed over and under individual warp yarns. Using thick yarns, makes the fabric into a canvas.
A plain weave fabric, with a single but different warp and weft color. In jeans-wear, fabric mills usually use a medium depth indigo warp color and natural (unbleached) weft.
Once known as a fabric lighter than canvas, today a duck considered to be a synonym for canvas or a plain weave cotton made from medium to coarse yarns.
The Loomstate fabric is a term used to describe a woven fabric coming from the weaving machine into the trade, The goods as such are not finished but usually merely brushed on a cleaning machine may be raw fabric, grey goods. Read more
Originally made in Oxford, England, it is a plain weave fabric where 2 or more filling yarns pass over and less than 1 or more parallel warp yarns. It is possible to have 2×1, 2×2, 3×2, 4×4, or 8×8. Used in dress shirting’s where the warp is a colour..read more..