A style of weaving producing smooth-faced fabric in which the warp interlaces with the filling at points distributed over the surface.
The weave produces a fabric with a characteristically smooth surface by employing a greater number of yarns in the set of threads that form the face of the fabric surface.
One of the three basic weaves, the surface is made up of almost all warp or filling floats. Intersecting points do not fall in a straight line as in twills, instead they are separated from one another in a regular or irregular formation.
A basic weave, characterized by long floats of yarn on the face of the fabric. The yarns are weaved in such a way that there is no visible interlacing pattern, which gives the fabric a smooth, shiny surface.
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
Weave style in which the fiber bundles cross over three or more other fiber bundles before passing under a bundle. Satin weaves are more conformable and slightly stronger than plain weaves.
One of the basic weaves, plain, satin, and twill. The face of the fabric consists almost completely of warp, or filling floats produced in the repeat of the weave. Satin weave fabric has a characteristic smooth, luxurious surface and has a considerably greater number of yarns in the set of threads (either the warp or filling) that forms the face than in the other set.
a warp faced weave in which the binding places are arranged with a view to producing a smooth fabric surface, free from twill.
A satin is a weaving technique that forms a minimum number of interlacings in a fabric. If a fabric is formed with a satin weave using filament fibers such as silk or nylon, the corresponding fabric is termed a "satin." If the yarns used are short-staple yarns such as cotton, the fabric formed is considered a "sateen." ;
Weaving pattern producing a satin appearance. “Eight-harness” means the warp yarn crosses over seven fill yarns and under the eighth (repeatedly). Also produced as four harness and five harness.
A weave with wide and regularly spaced threads, resulting in a smooth, shiny side and a dull back. Used in dress clothing.
A form of twill, except that the points or intersection are separated from one another in a consistent or inconsistent manner.
a majority of warp threads are interlaced with filling threads to create a smooth appearance on fabric
Satin weave is one of the three important textile weaves, the other two being Plain weave and Twill weave. The satin weave is distinguished by its lustrous appearance; its 'silkiness' or its 'satin' feel. Satin itself is a type of fabric but must be distinguished from the Satin weave.