The difference between plain, twill and satin

(1) The warp and weft of the twill fabric is interlaced less than the plain weave, the pores between the warp and weft yarns are small, the yarns can be arranged densely, and the fabric is relatively dense and thick.

(2) The twill weave is softer and more elastic than the plain weave. However, due to the long length of the twill fabric, the abrasion resistance and fastness are not as good as those of the plain weave under the conditions of the warp and weft yarn thickness and the same density. The cloth surface has obvious oblique lines, feel, luster and elasticity.
Both are used on bedding. Plain weave is used in dyed fabrics, and twill is used for printing. It is a commonly used organization for four sets. Because of the compactness, the duvet is often used as an inner sleeve.

(3) Satin is distinguished from plain and twill in that the upper jumper is longer and the diagonal angle is smaller. The strength of such fabrics is lower than that of plain and twill fabrics. Fabric satin of the same yarn count is denser and thicker, and the cost is higher.

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