Category:Plain weaves

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The simplest and probably the most common fabric is plain or tabby weave. In this, the weft is inserted to be alternately in front and behind the warp. There is no pattern, and it probably did not matter if the weave was visible. Most linen and silk were in plain weave. Numerous examples of plainly woven fabric have been found in burial sites. Illustration of a plain weave pattern Plain weave photo.JPG

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