Basket Weaves

BASKET WEAVES
An extension of the plain weave, both in the length and width, and giving a matt weave; also known as "hopsack weave." When this principle is extended to 16-shafts or more the floats of warp and weft are stitched to bind the design to give a firm fabric, these are fancy basket weaves as used in the woollen and worsted trades.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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