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Twill

Example of twill weaving patternIn twill fabric, the weft or horizontal thread is passed over two or more warp or vertical threads and then under a single word thread and then over two a more threads repeatedly. This gives the fabric a diagonal wale as seen in the picture on the right. The herringbone weave of the Shroud of Turin is a variation on twill weaving. See: Herringbone

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