The warp and weft threads are entangled three times up and down at least once, ie twice. The fabric structure is modified by the addition of warp and weft interlacing points, collectively referred to as twill. The fabric is relatively thick and the tissue has a strong steric effect. There are 30, 40, and 60 counts.
1. Characteristics of plain weave fabric: more weave intersection, firm texture, smooth scraping, smooth surface, same effect back and forth, density of plain weave fabric is not too high, light and light, better breathability. The number of branches is about 30, the density is slightly lower, and the fabric is more prone to yarn jumps and the like, and the price is relatively low. High-grade fabrics are generally ordinary fabrics. 2. Twill fabrics are characterized by positive and negative surfaces, fewer intertwining points in a complete tissue cycle, and longer floating lines. The hands feel soft, the tissue fabric density is higher, the product is thicker, and the tissue has a stronger steric effect. There are 30, 40 and 60 branches.