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pile weave[′pīl ‚wēv]
Type of weave made by using two warp yarns and one filling yarn, or one warp yarn and two filling yarns.
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The zero pile weave
imparts a sheen, a special texture and an heirloom quality.
-- Pile weave
or knotted weave refers to the method of weaving used in most rugs.
A technique in which certain yarns project from the foundation fabric and form a "pile" on the surface.