Even Weave

Schematic drawing of an even weave. Schematic drawing of an even weave.

The term even weave, or balanced weave, indicates that the size and spacing of the warp threads are more or less the same as those of the weft threads. So there might be, for example, ten warp threads per cm and ten weft threads per cm.

Source: BURNHAM, Dorothy (1980). Warp and Weft: A Textile Terminology, Toronto: Royal Ontario Museum, p. 1.

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 26 June 2016).


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