Here we go.
Usually a four-color pattern of overlapping stripes.
A pattern using multiple colors of overlapping stripes, commonly woven in wool.
A two-color pattern, often found on cotton.
A two-color pattern, similar to Gingham only larger, and commonly used on flannel.
A two-color pattern made of dashed stripes, creating solid squares at the intersections.
A two-color pattern made of broken checks.
A two to four-color pattern made with miniature broken checks.
A diamond pattern distinguished by diagonal intersecting lines.
A two-color pattern with narrow intersecting lines, usually making perfect squares.
Usually a three-color pattern made of narrow evenly spaced and overlapping stripes creating squares.
A two-color pattern with parallel running stripes the width of a single thread.
A two-color pattern with parallel running stripes, all equal in width.
A two-color pattern that resembles a broken zigzag.
Also called a twill weave.
A droplet shaped motif of Persian origin.
Now you know.