What is a Plain Weave?
Don’t judge a book by its cover in this instance. The name might be plain, and its weave simple, but the sheets this weave produces are anything but.
If you’re looking to define a plain weave, which is also known as a checkerboard weave, it’s created by utilising a simple alternate interlacing of warp and weft (translation: over, under, over, under). With an appearance that’s typically the same front and back, sheets created from plain weaves have a crisp hand feel, and boast durability and low pilling.