Collegiate Dictionary

Serge – (Italian sargia, franz. Serge, from Lat. Sericus – Silk) – cotton, silk or synthetic fabric with a diagonal weave, produced mostly plain and printed. In Collegiate Dictionary indicates that caddis (from Lat. sericus – Silk) – cotton or chemical fiber fabric with slanted scars on the face.

Sarge is used as a lining, , technical, etc. tissue. Twill fabric produce twill. Twill fabrics, developed twill weave, characterized by oblique diagonal stripes. The bands are obtained as a result of the shift pattern of weaving one thread at each subsequent prokidke duck. Rapport twill be three threads and more. Diagonal direction is positive right and negative left. Most common twill weave fabric with right direction diagonal stripes.

Rapport twill written shot, in which the denominator indicates the number of weft, and the numerator – the number of main floor of each thread within a rapport. So As each weft thread only once a rapport stands on the right side among the major and refining the same way, the fractional designation serge simple class is always either the numerator or the denominator is unity. Twill with repeats 1 / 2, 1 / 3, 1 / 4, etc. – is weft twill, front side fabric weft closed mostly overlapping. Twill 2 / 1, 3 / 1, 4 / 1 – a basic twill, on the front side of the predominant basis. Twill weave fabric with a small repeats have a small scar, with more repeats – a larger and more sculptured rib. Twill weave fabrics of cotton dresses receive and lining, linen (for upholstery mattresses) as well as silk lining, twill fabric. Derivative twill serge include the following types: rigid, complicated, curved, broken, zigzag, reverse, shadow. On the surface of any tissue generated Twill interplay, highlighted distinct diagonal of different widths. These weaves produce cotton, wool and silk fabrics, such as plaid, fustian, cashmere, Boston, Cheviot, dresses and textiles.