A fine cotton cloth of plain weave originally made in Mosul, a city on the banks of the Tigris, in Asia.
With a strand of No. 00 reed, make eighteen rows in the plain weave.
Chambray is a light-weight single cloth fabric that is always woven with a plain weave, and always has a white selvedge.
The texture is a plain weave, has a selvedge edge, the warp yarns are doubled, while the weft is single yarn.
Turn the spokes sharply upward, weave four rows of triple weave and eight rows of plain weave.
One of these is to be used for the plain weave and the other for the pattern weave.
It is a plain weave, and many of such silks are still woven by hand in China.
The majority of inexpensive cotton fabrics are constructed on the one up, one down system, or plain weave.
For double cloths the plain weave is used, or a weave with a plain face and a one-third weave on the back.
Gingham is a single cloth composed entirely of cotton, and always woven with a plain weave.