twill

Fabric in which the weave forms diagonal, herringbone or diamond lines. The weft passes over two or more, and under one or more warps.

Twill

[magazine] Twill is a quarterly magazine, published between Paris and Milan with an international readership. It combines fashion spreads, often with erotic overtones, with articles on political and cultural subjects. The articles are published in their original language, without translation, the majority of which are English followed by It...
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twill

[n] - a weave used to produce the effect of parallel diagonal ribs 2. [n] - a cloth with parallel diagonal lines or ribs 3. [v] - weave diagonal lines into
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twill

One of the basic cloth structures, characterized by a diagonal line on the face of the fabric. Variations in structure include herringbone weaves. Denim, gabardine, serge, and some flannels and...
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twill

noun a cloth with parallel diagonal lines or ribs
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twill

noun a weave used to produce the effect of parallel diagonal ribs
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twill

one of the three basic textile weaves, producing a fabric with a diagonal rib, ridge, or wale. In regular twill the diagonal line is repeated ... [3 related articles]
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twill

A fabric that shows a distinct diagonal wale on the face (e.g., denim, gabardine, tricotine).
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twill

One of the three basic weaves, twills are characterized by diagonal warp and filling lines in the fabric. Most twills are at a 45 degree angle.See also plain weave, satin.
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Twill

Twill is a textile fabric with a surface of parallel diagonal ribs produced by passing weft-threads over one and under two or more warp-threads.
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twill

One of the basic cloth structures, characterized by a diagonal line on the face of the fabric. Variations in structure include herringbone weaves. Denim, gabardine, serge, and some flannels and tweeds are examples of twill fabrics
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Twill

Twill is a type of textile weave with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs (in contrast with a satin and plain weave). This is done by passing the weft thread over one or more warp threads and then under two or more warp threads and so on, with a `step` or offset between rows to create the characteristic diagonal pattern. Because of this structur.....
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Twill

A fabric that shows a distinct diagonal wale on the face (e.g., denim, gabardine, tricotine).
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Twill

An incredibly versatile fabric distinguishable by diagonal ribs on its face, and a soft, smooth finish. Gabardine, serge, and denim are all examples of till fabrics.
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Twill

A weave in which yarns float over two or three yarns before passing under one; or the fabric produced with this weave.
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Twill

A fabric weave which is made of 2 to 3 warp yarns or threads for each weft. The weave is a diagonal ribbing with many variations. Types are flannels; serges, gabardines, and surahs.
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Twill

A fabric that shows a distinct diagonal wale on the face (e.g. denim, gabardine, tricotine).
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Twill

A fabric that shows a distinct diagonal wale on the face (e.g., denim, gabardine ).
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Twill

A fabric that shows a distinct diagonal wale on the face (e.g., denim, gabardine, tricotine).
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Twill

Fabric with a diagonal weave that has the fine twill texture on face, plain on back of fabric. Gabardine, denim and serge are all twill weaves.
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Twill

Fabric characterized by diagonal ribs on its face and a soft smooth finish. Denim is a type of twill.
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Twill

A fabric woven with a diagonal pattern or ribs.
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