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Broken twill; interrupted twill

derived twill weave, created from reinforced, reversible t. so that after a number of threads it continues in the same direction, but now it takes sharp turns in the weaving sequence; , the binding point of the warp is opposite the binding point of the weft, creating linked paragraphs, which are repeated indefinitely. This weave forms on the fabric rows with angles of 45°C and more. Used in the fabrics of woollen coats.



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