Herringbone design is one of the derivatives of twill weave. Hence, herringbone is a broken twill weave. It is basically a V shape pattern. However, this weave pattern arranges into columns with the lines in each column in opposite directions.
Features Of Herringbone Weave:
The following are characteristics of herringbone weave. They are-
- Firstly, this weave shows an appearance of Herring Bone.
- Secondly, it has the similarity with the zigzag twill up to half of the repeat, but while changing the direction the interlacement becomes quite opposite to that of the zigzag twill.
- After that, a Straight draft is used for producing a herringbone design.
- Lastly, herringbone design is used for producing suiting, over-coating, and ornamented fabrics.
Types of Herringbone Weave:
Herringbone designs are two types. They are as-
- Horizontal herringbone
- Vertical herringbone
Uses of Herringbone Weave:
Herringbone weave is one of the popular weave designs for producing clothing. Presently, different high fashion suits, jackets, and dresses are made with this weave. The following are the some of its main uses include:
- Ornamented fabrics
So, from the above two designs, compare these two weave structure.