Art Weaves

ART WEAVES
The name given to a style of woven fabrics which have been developed in Spain by combining diamond designs as weave in geometrical forms as figure. They are arranged on the sateen order of distribution. The regular satin weave selected as a groundwork and on this are traced the lineal figures required.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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