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WHAT COLLAR TYPE ARE YOU?

TYPES OF WEAVE

DOBBY
A structural weave that is woven by a warp that moves up on the face side and creates contours that are depressions and can have different appearances.

END ON END
A normal plain weave with alternate dark and light thread on the warp and a single coloured weft.

OXFORD
Coarser thread and slightly looser weave where warp and weft are followed, two and two.

PINPOINT OXFORD
A mixture of oxford and poplin is woven of long fibre cotton where only the warp is coloured.

POPLIN
A tight plain weave, where the warp has approximately twice the threadcount of the weft.

TWILL
A weave that has a diagonal structure. Another variation of Twill is the classic herringbone structure.