Textile Encyclopedia

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W-Shaped Pile

The shape of the pile yarn in a corduroy, velvet, or velveteen caused by a double binding of the pile yarn with the ground yarns in the fabric. This is the most durable type of pile, since it has two interlacings holding the pile yarn into the fabric.