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Term: 3x1 vs. 2x1 weave 
Meaning: This refers to the number of weft threads per warp thread. Most denims have been traditionally 3x1 weaves, though lighter weight denims [under 10.5 ounces/square yard] often use the 2x1 configuration. 
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