The twill fabric for shirt includes two types: thick twill and fine twill. The thick twill fabric uses 40 or more (18 in. or less) cotton yarn as warp and weft yarn; the fine twill fabric uses 18 or less (32 in. or more) cotton yarn as warp and weft. Both fabrics are used in custom-made garments, and fine twill fabrics are used for medium and high-end custom.
The so-called twill fabric for shirt refers to the structure of the fabric which is woven by a structure of a diagonal line with a certain angle on the surface. In the weaving process, the warp yarn and the weft yarn are interlaced at least once, and the textile is usually used for two times or three times. This fabric has a visible twill on the front and no lines on the reverse.
Due to the different structural composition, the gap between the warp and weft yarns of the twill fabric for shirt is small, the yarns are arranged closely, the fabric density is large, and the gloss, feel and elasticity are better than those of the plain fabric. Twill fabrics can be made into a variety of twill fabrics by adding latitude and longitude tissue points, changing the weave direction, and flying number during the weaving process.