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2. Box Pleats: Two knife pleats turned away from each other (one to the left and one to the right) form a box pleat. This can be used in frocks and skirt waistline. Scalloped Tucks Piped Tucks Cross Tucks 135 3. Inverted pleat: It is the opposite of box pleat. It is made up of two knife pleats turned towards each other so that the folds meet in the middle on the right side of the garment. This is used mostly in uniforms and skirt.

Weaving is a major method of fabric construction. The technique probably became known before spinning. Spinning developed when people discovered that the raw material could be improved before they were woven. In the course of time, rude looms were made, which were simple and hand-operated, fabrics produced on such looms are also known as hand loom fabrics where every thing is done by hands. The modern power loom used in the textile industry today essentially performs the same operation as the simple hand operated loom. The fabric produced on power looms is made comparitively faster and has few defects in comparison to hand looms.