Silk, wool and cotton cloth, nowadays made made from many other fibres, of varying weights, with the characteristic granular, gathered appearance, with a draping//, but uneven and bouncy hand. Classic crepe features basic weaves, such as plain or balanced twill//, and the characteristic gathered appearance is obtained by the effect of homonymous yarns, manufactured with very strong twists, by alternating right-twisted yarns with others with left twist in the weft or warp, or both.// Often, to avoid using crepe yarns, which are too expensive and difficult to make, normal yarns are used and the rippled fabric effect is obtained with extensive, complex weave pattern. Invented in the silky field but nowadays made in all fibres, it is used in the summer and evening dress especially feminine and has several variants: crepe de Chine: medium weight fabric between the georgette and the Moroccan, Not transparent, soft, well draped, usually printed; Georgette cracks: typical silky crepe, light, airy, finely divided, slightly wavy, usually united; Satin cracks: medium-soft, soft, smooth, glossy on the right and opaque on the reverse, sometimes printed on the right; Marocain crepe (Moroccan crepe): it is the heaviest of all, characterized by the largest warp yarn that creates an effect of cross stitches; Crepe (woolen fur): of varying weight, but generally light and draping, used for women's clothing.//