satin weave

NOUN
  1. a weave in which the filling and warp threads intersect in such a way as to give a smooth compact surface with no distinguishable twill line
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How To Use satin weave In A Sentence

  • Layers of dry carbon fabric satin weave G 803 - T 300 - 40 B stacked andthe thickness with high strength glass threads.
  • Peau de Soie is a medium to heavy, drapeable fabric with a satin weave and delustered finish.
  • Originally referred to silk fiber in a satin weave, but now may refer to man-made fibers in a satin weave too. HOME COMFORTS
  • Satin weave superficially resembles twill But does not have weft that characterizes twills.
  • Satin weave fabrics are lustrous and are selected primarily for appearance and smoothness.
  • Peau de Soie is a medium to heavy, drapeable fabric with a satin weave and delustered finish.
  • A third form of weave is the satin weave.
  • Examples of satin weave fabrics include antique satin, slipper satin, crepe - back satin, bridal satin and moleskin.
  • The fabric back is a flattened crepe while the front is a shimmery satin weave.
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