What is Double Cloth?

Double cloth is a type of fabric that is woven on a double-width loom, which produces two separate layers of fabric that are connected by interlacing warp and weft threads. The resulting fabric is thick, warm, and often reversible. Double cloth can be made in a variety of fibers, including wool, cotton, silk, and synthetic blends.

Double cloth is created by weaving two layers of fabric together, with each layer having its own set of warp and weft threads. The two layers are woven simultaneously, resulting in a fabric that is double the width of a standard fabric. The layers are then interlaced to create a single, cohesive fabric.

Double cloth can be used in a variety of applications, including clothing, home furnishings, and upholstery. Because the fabric is thick and warm, it is often used to make coats, jackets, and other outerwear. The reversible nature of the fabric also makes it suitable for use in home furnishings, such as blankets, throws, and pillows.

There are many different types of double cloth, including plain weave double cloth, twill double cloth, and double-faced double cloth. Each type of double cloth has its own unique properties and can be used to create a variety of different textures and patterns.

Double cloth can also be dyed in a variety of colors and patterns, making it a versatile fabric for a range of applications.