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basket weave a weave in fabrics that gives an appearance similar to that of a woven basket.
basketwork objects or materials having the weave of, or made like, a basket.
braid to weave together three or more strands or strips of (hair, cloth, or the like), forming one narrow, ropelike length; plait. [1/5 definitions]
broadcloth a fabric with a close weave and a soft finish, made of cotton, rayon, or silk and used for clothing.
brocade to weave with a raised pattern. [1/2 definitions]
cane to weave a cane surface for. [1/7 definitions]
Cheviot (l.c.) a woolen fabric of a coarse twill weave, usu. used for coats and suits. [1/2 definitions]
chiffon a transparent fabric of fine weave, used in women's dresses and finery. [1/3 definitions]
chino a rough, cotton fabric with a twill weave. [1/2 definitions]
duvetyn a napped fabric of cotton, silk, wool, or rayon that has a twilled weave.
gauze a thin, nearly transparent cloth or other material with a loose or open weave. [2 definitions]
grenadine1 a thin fabric worked in an open mesh weave.
interweave to weave together. [1/3 definitions]
inweave to weave in or with.
loom1 to weave (fabric) on a loom. [1/2 definitions]
marseille (sometimes cap.) a thick, strong cotton fabric with figures or stripes in a raised weave, often used for bedspreads.
monk's cloth a heavy cotton fabric in a basket weave, used esp. for bedspreads and curtains.
muslin any of various sturdy cotton fabrics, usu. of plain weave, used for sheets, clothing, and the like.
netting a fabric with an open netlike weave. [1/2 definitions]
oxford a cotton cloth woven in a plain or basket-weave pattern, used esp. for shirts. [1/2 definitions]
plait to weave together strands of, so as to make a braid. [1/5 definitions]