A closely woven fabric made with distinct slanted lines in the texture.
A sturdy woven fabric with a steep pronounced double twill line . Often of cotton or wool but may be any fiber.
Calvary twill is a steep, pronounced, double-wale line, smooth-surfaced twill fabric.
A firm warp-faced cloth, woven to produce a steep twill effect.
A tough, hard finish worsted with a steep diagonal rib design. Used by the army and adopted by civilians who needed a sturdy fabric.
woolen or worsted. 63 twill weave; right hand twill. Pronounced narrow and wide wale, in groups of 2. Strong rugged cloth. Quite elastic. Similar to U.S. elastique but elastique is smoother in rib, feel and effect, - (made of worsted yarn and a firmer weave). Also resembles tricotine but tricotine is much finer with a double diagonal. ceinture a belt or sash for the waist
Firm woven fabric with a steep twill showing double twill lines, traditionally used for riding breeches and jodphurs.
A type of Twill Weave (Pattern of the Twill).