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Fashion
Course
FSN 101
Professor
Julia Scalzo
Semester
Fall

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FSN 101Textiles I Week 6 Basic Weaves Part II 10th Ed TextPages 236243 11th Ed TextPages 280285 Key Terms Antique satinFloat the portion of a yarn that crosses over 2 or more yarns from the opposite directionth Satin weaveeach warp yarn floats over 4 filling yarns 41 and interlaces wit the 5 w a progression by 2 to the right or leftususally made of bright filament yarns with very low twistBasket weave made with 2 or more adjacent warps controlled by the same arness and with 2 or more fillings placed in the same shed Gabardine warpfaced steep or regular twill with a very prominent distinct wale that is closely set together and raised More warp than filling yarns Can be made of carded or combed single or ply yarns Sergea 22 twill with a subdues wale with combed or worsted yarns and a clear or hard finishCavalry twillpronounced steep double twill line in which 2 diagonal wales are spaced very close together and separated by a little space from the next pair of diagonal walesHerringbone twill fabrics have the teill line reversed at regular intervals across the warp to producea design that resembles the backbone of a fishSharkskina 22 twill with a sleek apprearance It has a smallstep pattern because both warp and filling yarns alternate one white yarn with one coloured yarnCharmeuse Houndstooth twilla 22 fabric with a unique small eightpoint pattern 2 yarns in contrasting colors in the warp and filling are used in groups of 4 to create the distinctive patterSteep twill Chinohardwearing steeptwill fabric with a slight sheen Usually combed 2 ply yarns are used in both the warp and the filling directions Typically a summerweight apparel fabricPeau de soie Twill weaveeasch warp or filling yarn floats across 2 or more filling or warp yarns with a progression of interlacing by one to the right or left forming a diagonal lineCrepebacked satin the crepe yarns in the filling give softness and drapeability and the low twist warp yarns give the smooth satiny surfaceReclining twillless durable than other twillweave fabrics
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