The way the threads of the material are put together during weaving.
The finished border of a piece of fabric, woven more tightly than the piece it borders and parallel to the lengthwise grain.
Evenly spaced parallel threads arranged lengthwise along the fabric.
The threads that are passed through the lengthwise grain from one selvage to another; it is the width of the fabric.
Direction of a fabric; it is diagonal to the crosswise grain and the lengthwise grain.
Fabrics used to hold the shape of a garment and give it a professional finish.
Soft fabric cut from the same pattern as the garment inside which it is sewn; it gives body to the garment, embellishes it, hides its seams and makes it warmer.
Fabric used to make a garment warmer.
Fabric used to hold the shape of the garment and make it more opaque.
Tear-resistant fabric used to hold the shape of the garment and give it body.
Principal material used for the garment; it covers the underlying fabrics.