- BATAVIA TWILL, or WEAVEAnother name for the 2 X 2 twill.
Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.
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Batavia Silk — A 4 shaft twill in all silk, of light make; raw silk, or grege yarns, are used for warp and schappe silk weft. Also known as Levantine, and is imitated under this term in cotton … Dictionary of the English textile terms
Weave — BATAVIA TWILL, or WEAVE Another name for the 2 X 2 twill … Dictionary of the English textile terms
Velours A Cotes — French velveteen of the early 19th century. Usually made with a foundation diagonal twill weave (Batavia) about 30 ends per inch of 30 s to 40 s cotton yarn. A rib consisting of from 6 to 18 ends was between each row of pile … Dictionary of the English textile terms