Syed Nawaz Brocade
Syed Nawaz Brocade may be a class of richly decorative shuttle-woven fabrics, often made in colored silks and with or without gold and silver threads. The name, associated with an equivalent root supplementary, non-structural, weft additionally to the quality weft that holds the warp threads together.
The aims of this are often to offer the looks that the weave was actually embroidered on. In Guatemala, brocade is that the hottest technique wont to decorate fabric woven by Maya weavers on backstrap looms.
In some, but not all, brocades, these additions present a particular appearance on the rear of the fabric where the supplementary weft or floating threads of the brocaded or broached parts persevere loose groups or are clipped away.
When the weft is floating on the rear, this is often referred to as endless brocade; the supplementary weft runs from selvage to selvage. Also, a discontinuous brocade is where the supplementary yarn is merely woven within the patterned areas.