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Poly Satin
Fabrics with Poly Satin Weave
Characteristics of Poly Satin Weave
Poly Satin weave is a more flexible type of weave than the plain weave but it is more complicated. In this weave construction, the interlacing of the threads are arranged in such a way that the face of the cloth is covered with the warp yarn or filling yarn and no twill line is distinguishable. It is made by "floating" warp or weft yarns across many yarns to bring them to the surface. The interlacing float over 4 or more than 4 yarns before a single interlacing like 4/1, 7/1 or 11/1.

In poly satin, the float is in warp direction where as in sateen, it is in the filling direction.


crepe-satin, or satin-crepe - Satin weave on the face and a crepe effect on the back
Duchess, Satin
Double-face Satin - Yarn woven with two warps and one filling, to simulate a double satin construction. Has satin on both sides.
Satin-back - Satin on one side and anything on the other.
Satin-back Crepe - A reversible cloth with satin on one side and crepe on the other.
Satin Faconne, Slipper Satin, Velvet Satin
Coffee Satin
Coffee Viscous Satin
Poly Satin
It is flat and lustrous with a smooth surface.
The surface slides easily for linings.
The long floats like 7/1 or 11/1 and filament fabrics are subject to snagging and is poor resistant to abrasion.
The shorter floats like 4/1 or and spun fabrics may be tough, compact and durable with low luster.
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