Uneven grain | Article about uneven grain by The Free Dictionary
Wood grain in which the growth rings show an obvious difference between spring-wood and summerwood; found in ring-porous hardwoods (such as oak) and softwoods (such as yellow pine) that have soft, uniform springwood and hard, dense summerwood.
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The fabric and interfacing shifts back and forth while moving on the ironing surface and the fabric likely ends up fused with an uneven grain
The methods are - Spatial for high frequency or fine noise, Threshold for light grain, Temporal for heavy or large grain and noise patterns, and Despeckle for uneven grain