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Simple Twill Weaves Point and herringbone twills Dr. Jimmy Lam Institute of Textiles & Clothing The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
Content Balanced twill and unbalanced twill Point twill Herringbone twill Stripe twill Diamond twill
Simple balanced Z-twill Balanced twill: warp and weft is the same
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Unbalanced Twills Unbalanced twill: the numbers of warp and weft are different
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Steep Twills Steep Twills: twill line does not follow 45 degree angle
Modification Twill Point Twill
Modification Twill Herringbone twill
Stripe design in twill Modification of simple 2/2 Z-twill
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Discussion What are balanced and unbalanced twills? How to make a point twill and herringbone based on simple twill? How to make a diamond twill
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