open weave


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Noun1.open weave - a weave in which warp threads never come together, leaving interstices in the fabric
weave - pattern of weaving or structure of a fabric
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Straight Shift is an unstructured open weave pattern made of vertical and horizontal lines that come together to create subtle movement, offering designers a simple, textured visual that complements a variety of spaces.
She was surprised to find how SAND RIVER technologies had transformed old-fashioned warm, thick cashmere products using open weave designs with lace, embroidery, macrame and leather.
The open weave design of the recliner chair, combined with the head rest, provides perfect hammock-like comfort and the locks on the wooden arms allow you to secure the chair in place while you relax.
Open weave elastic lacing provides perfect hammock-like comfort, easing muscular tension.
The zig-zag effect is the result of an open weave in a reverse twill and is characteristic of blankets woven in the Gwili Valley in Carmarthenshire.
The open weave of the netting, meanwhile, brings to the surface the infrastructure of painting's tightly woven canvas--another avatar of the signifier.
You're trying to pull vacuum through the fabric to clean out the apertures and, hopefully, dislodge and then capture all the residual paste into the open weave of the fabric.
For each colour designation, the open weave (I) fabrics have the lowest [[rho].
You must be careful to not mix materials such as flannel with cotton, or materials that have a large open weave.
Fergie also strolled the carpet in black, which had an open weave high choker neck.
Made from tan, lightweight, open weave fabric, the shades block out up to 60 percent of the sunlight.
His technique includes, sticking an open weave canvas on the surface of the painting to provide texture.