Definitions for "Cross Grain"
Grain that deviates from the main axis of a workpiece or tree.
Grain or fibers stitched diagonally or irregularly.
An arrangement in which the fibres and other longitudinal elements of a piece of wood deviate from a line parallel with the edges of the piece.
this term is used for heavyweight fleece fabric. The fabric is sewn between ribs or panels on the side part of the garment for extra thickness and durability.