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What are "Drills" - Definition & Explanation
Last Updated on: 16-May-2023 (10 months, 30 days ago)
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Drills
These are warp faced cotton fabrics woven with 3,4, and 5 thread warp faced twills and 5 thread satin, with the twill lines running opposite to the direction of the twist of the warp yarn. Thus a prominent twill effect will be formed.

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