Definitions for "Plain weave"
Keywords:  simplest, weave, tabby, warp, weft
The most common of the three fundamental weaves. Each filling yarn passes over and then under each warp yarn, alternating rows.See also satin, twill.
The simplest form of weaving in which a pick ( filling yarn) passes over the first end ( warp yarn), under the second and on continuously, over one end and under the next. The next pick alternates , passing under the first end, over the second , and on continuously under and over each end . Each filling row alternates, thus extending the fabric. Also called a one up one down weave.
A basic weave that uses an alternate interlacing of warp and filling yarns.
Wires are crimped in a zigzag fashion with wires intersecting at every available crimp or pocket.