What is V Weave?
It is the application of Twill Weave
Creates a diagonal, chevron, hounds tooth, corkscrew, or other design. The design is enhanced with coloured yarn that is strong and may develop a shine. Twill weave is characterized by diagonal ridges formed by the yarns, which are exposed on the surface. These may vary in angle from a low slope to a very steep slope. Twill weaves are more closely woven, heavier and stronger than weaves of comparable fiber and yarn size. They can be produced in fancy designs.
Method of Construction:
Three or more shafts; warp or filling floats over two or more counterpart yarns in progressive steps right or left. By combining diagonally two clothes and forming the V pattern, it provides an energetic, motion and directional outlook.