A fabric formed by interlacing warp and weft yarns in a process of making a Colored Plain Fabric. The numerator indicates the organization point, and the denominator indicates the latitude tissue point. The characteristics of the cloth are that there are many interlacing points, the texture is firm, the blade is smooth, the surface is flat, the lightness is thin, the abrasion resistance is good, and the air permeability is good. High-grade embroidery fabrics are generally plain fabrics.
The warp and weft of the plain weave of the plain plain weave are interlaced one by one. That is, the warp and weft yarns are interlaced once every other yarn, so the interlacing point is the most, and the yarn has the most buckling points, so that the fabric is firm, wear-resistant, stiff, and flat, but the elasticity is relatively small, the gloss is general, and the density of the plain weave fabric is unlikely to be too High, lighter, better wear resistance and better gas permeability.
A plain weave fabric has at least three warp yarns and three weft yarns interlaced in one complete structure. There can only be one weft tissue point on each warp yarn weft. An oblique line is formed on the surface of the fabric by successive tissue points. The twill weave is an appearance effect of a twill that is formed by the surface of the fabric formed by a long line of float or a long line of weft. The warp and weft of the twill fabric is interlaced less than the plain weave, and the pores between the warp and weft yarns are small, the yarns can be arranged densely, and the fabric is relatively dense and thick.