What kind of twill or satin weave fabrics have more crumbling at the cut?

With the twill type of weave, we can observe diagonal stripes consisting of a weft thread shifting with a shift of one thread. And the smaller the report, such a weave, the denser the fabric.

In a satin weave, one warp thread overlaps 4 or more weft threads, which gives the fabric a smooth finish. But in such a weave, the coefficient of friction of the threads is lower, the tenacity is less, and, accordingly, the crumbling is high.

Compared to twill weave, satin shedding is much greater.

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