A structure is defined as the way in which the thread in a textile product (knitted fabrics, woven fabric or braid) are weaved. The appearance and consistency in the product and properties such as strength and ductility are determined by the binding. The simplest pattern is formed by the plain weave. This requires the weft thread to pick up a warp thread and to drop the next. The one weft thread takes the even-numbered warp threads, the following warp threads takes the odd.