Oxford cloth

Update:19-08-2019
Summary:

A variable plain or flattened tissue that can be woven […]

A variable plain or flattened tissue that can be woven from a variety of textile fibers. Depending on the fiber and width, the price ranges from a few yuan to more than ten yuan.
Oxford cloth was named after the University of Oxford, England, and was the traditional combed cotton fabric for the school uniforms. The most prominent features of traditional Oxford cloth are the color latitude and longitude, the double latitude and single weft, and the 2/2 leveling structure. The cloth surface has a clear color point effect. Now it has become a new type of fabric with versatility and wide application. Currently, there are mainly varieties such as: grid, full-elastic, nylon, and Tige.