Luxury White Twill Shirt Fabric
Luxury White Twill Shirt Twill fabric technically have a front and back, unlike plain weave, both sides of which are identical. Therefore’ The front of the twill is calls the technical side and the back the technical back. The side of the technical face of a twill weave is the side with the most pronounced wale; it is generally more durable and attractive, is most often use as the fashion side of the fabric and is the visible side during weaving.
If there are chain floats on the technical side (ie if the chain crosses more than two fields), there will be fill floats (the weft will cross at least two chains) on the back technical. If the wale twill goes to the right on one side, it will rise to the left on the other side. Twill fabrics have neither “high” nor “low” when woven.
Transparent fabrics are rarely makes with a twill weave. Because a twill surface already has an interesting texture and design, printed twills (where a pattern is printed on the fabric) are much less common than plain printed weaves. When sergeants are printed, this is usually done on lightweight fabrics.
FABRIC TECHNICAL DETAILS
Suggested Style: Business and Casual
Composition: 100% cotton
Thickness: Medium light Weight
Wrinkle Resistance: Wrinkle Resistant
Shrinkage: Standard shrinkage allowances applied
Wash in 40 degrees centigrade
Hang to dry on a hanger, do not tumble dry
Iron at medium heat
Do not tumble dry