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fabric Twill

Twill is one of the most common fabrics in the modern closet, woven for everything from denim jeans and chino trousers to dress shirts and gabardine jackets. Its tell-tale diagonal pattern makes it a rugged, reliable material for structured garments.

 Cropped Sailor Trousers
 Cotton Overshirt
 Cropped Chino Trousers
 Fluid Wool Pea Coat
 Fluid Twill Skirt
 Standard Chinos
 Cotton Twill Workwear Trousers
 Loose Utility Cotton Chinos
 Fluid Wool Wrap Skirt
 A-Line Satin Dress
 Cropped Sailor Trousers
 Cotton Twill Workwear Trousers
 Slim No-Fade Black Jeans
 Sleeveless Crepe Twill Dress
 Denim Dress
 Standard Lightweight Chinos
 Standard Utility Chinos
 Cropped Denim Trousers
 Fluid Twill Wrap Skirt
 Cotton Wool Twill Blazer
 Fluid Twill Blouse
 Denim Mini Skirt
 Cotton Twill Skirt
 Slim Selvedge Jeans
 Slim Cotton Stretch Jeans
 Standard Chinos
 Expedition Skirt
 Fluid Twill Blouse
 Regular Indigo Jeans
 Expedition Skirt
 Cotton Twill Workwear Shorts
 Slim Cotton Stretch Jeans
 Loose Utility Cotton Chinos
 Relaxed Twill Joggers
 Relaxed Twill Joggers
 Cotton Twill Skirt
 Stretchy Denim Jacket
 Cropped Raw Grey Jeans
 Cotton Stretch Chinos
 Twill Topcoat
 Standard Lightweight Chinos
 Standard Chinos
 Twill Bucket Hat
 Cotton Twill Workwear Shorts
 Cotton Twill Workwear Shorts
 Loose Utility Cotton Chinos
 Standard Lightweight Chinos
 Slim Cotton Stretch Jeans
 Standard Lightweight Chinos
 Relaxed Twill Joggers
 Hickory Bucket Hat

fabric Twill

twill
Photo: Handweaving.net
twill

Twill is one of the most common fabrics in the modern closet, woven for everything from denim jeans and chino trousers to dress shirts and gabardine jackets. Its tell-tale diagonal pattern makes it a rugged, reliable material for structured garments.

One of three fundamental types of weaves – the other two are plain weave and satin – twill is woven with a ‘step’ that gives it its iconic diagonal appearance. One thread crosses over one or more threads before moving under two or more threads. The pattern is repeated but ‘steps up’ one thread in the weave, creating a staircase effect.

The step construction makes twill wrinkle-resistant and helps it drape well with a softer and more pliable feel. The diagonal texture means that stains are less noticeable than they would be on a smooth surface, making it a solid choice for work wear as well as upholstery.