Quick Answer: What is deflected double weave?

In deflected doubleweave, the threads from one weave float over groups of threads from the other in both warp and weft. When the cloth is removed from the loom, the threads deflect from their vertical and horizontal positions by sliding into the float areas. On the loom, the two weaves lie flat, side by side.

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