Oxford Weave

Oxford weave fabric consists of two, thin warp yarns woven to every soft, thicker yarn in the filling direction. The unbalanced construction of the fabric causes the thin yarns to break and leave tiny holes. Oxford Weave is fine, soft and lightweight. Oxford weave is commonly found in cotton shirting but is also available in a wide variety of fibers and weights. It is mainly used in apparel.
Characteristics of Oxford Weave
  • It is fine.
  • It is soft.
  • It is lightweight. 

Uses of Oxford Weave

The primary use of oxford weave fabric is in cotton shirting. It is also used in other forms of apparel.