Twill weave is characterized by the effect of
parallel diagonal ribs formed left-to-right or
right-to-left. It is created by the interlacing
of 2 or 3 warp threads over 1 or 2 filling
thread in an alternate rows. The resulting
fabric is more pliable and drapeable than the
plain or basket weave but less pliable than
of Twill Weave
It has fewer interlacing than plain
It is durable and heavier.
It is wrinkle resistant.
It is resistant to showing soil and soiling
The twill direction is defined as left or right hand or
It is more raveling than plain weave.
It is more pliable drape and hand than plain weave