The most common patterns for a wool suit
Patterns are created in fabric by interweaving differently colored threads.
Here are the most common patterns found in a typical wool suit.
Twill: Fabric is weaved into a diagonal line
Houndstooth: Series of jagged, broken checks
Herringbone: Altered diagonal line making a V pattern
Glenurquhart check: Small checks alternating with larger checks
Windowpane check: Fine lines create large, open squares
Pinstripe: Regularly spaced, fine stripes of a lighter color than the fabric
Added on: 19 November 2014|16:26:24