Basket Weave is a fabric weave where more than one filling threads pass over and under the same number of threads on alternate rows of the warp.
The blend is a term that applied to a yarn or a fabric made up of more than one fibre.
Chambray is a plain weave fabric, with a single but different warp and weft colour.
Double ring-spun denim uses ring-spun yarn for both warp and weft. It is the traditional way to produce denim.
Enzyme Washing is the use of cellulose enzymes to soften the jeans and lighten a colour. The cellulosic used because they loosen up the indigo dye in the denim.
A filling is also known as Weft. The lengthwise, selvedge to selvedge horizontal, yarns carried over and under the warp.
A fine end is a warp yarn of smaller diameter in the fabric, mostly a description of the defect silk warp consisting of thin places were filaments required to make up the full ply missing, generally poor reeling.
Fluid jet loom. There are of two kinds of fluid-jet looms, one employing a jet of air, the other a water jet, to propel a measured length of weft through the shed.