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What Is a Fabric's Crosswide Grain?


Definition: The crosswise grain of a piece of fabric is made up of threads that run perpendicular to the length of fabric as it comes off the bolt. In other words, perpendicular to the selvage edges.

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Also Known As: weft, straight grain, straight-of-grain

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