threads are of the same size.
Even-weave fabrics are typically required as foundations for
counted-thread embroidery styles such as
blackwork so that a stitch of the same "count"
(that is, crossing the same number of fabric threads) will be the same length
whether it crosses warp or weft threads.
Even-weave fabrics include even-weave
Wool fiber Definition
|Close up of cross-stitch embroidery. Tea cloth
border, black and red cotton floss, Hungarian, mid-twentieth
century. Black and red cross-stitch patterns are characteristic
of the folk embroidery of eastern and central Europe. Photo
by Paula Kate Marmor, 12 November 2005