Woven fabrics are looms made in the form of picks, and they consist of yarns that are interlaced with each other in warp and weft directions. The organization is generally organized in three categories: plain weave, twill weave, and satin weave. The application of the machine, the weaving of this type of fabric does not require the form of picking, but the fabric still belongs to the weaving category). From the composition of ingredients to include cotton fabrics, silk fabrics, wool fabrics, hemp fabrics, chemical fiber fabrics, and their blended and interwoven fabrics, etc., the use of woven fabrics in apparel is leading in both variety and production volume. status. Because of the differences in style, craftsmanship, style and other factors, woven garments have great differences in process and process. The main feature is the warp and weft directions of the fabric. When the warp and weft direction of the fabric is different from the raw material, yarn count and density, the fabric exhibits anisotropy, and different interlacing rules and finishing conditions can form different appearance styles. The main advantages of woven fabrics are structural stability, smooth fabrics, and no drooping when suspended, which is suitable for various cutting methods. Woven fabrics are suitable for a variety of printing and finishing methods. In general, printing and jacquard patterns are finer than knitted fabrics, knitted fabrics, and felt fabrics. A wide variety of fabric colors. As a fabric, it has good resistance to washing and can be refurbished, dry cleaned and a variety of finishes. Although the elasticity of woven fabrics is not as good as that of knitted fabrics, the latitude and longitude will be skewed when the finishing is not done at the same time, which affects the inadequacies of clothing tailoring, sewing* and wearing effects, but it is widely used for clothing because of its advantages.