When supplementary weft run the whole width of the fabric from selvage to selvage like main weft, using ordinary shuttles, they are called brocading wefts (silk brocade / trames brocées). These wefts are used only in the areas of pattern which they produce. Supplementary wefts are wefts which do not participate in the ground binding and are used exclusively to produce pattern efects usually by means of floats. Depending on the method of weaving used, supplementary wefts are called pattern wefts (silk lance / trame lancées). They run the whole width of the fabric from selvage to selvage like main wefts. These two methods can be used with different names according to the countries. In the study, Purpose of the study, this method, which is used extensively in hand woven fabrics, is to reveal the names which are mentioned in the World in XIV-XIX centuries. Samples from selected countries from different regions of the world were examined in the scope of the study. Qualitative research was used in the study.
Keywords:Brocade, Supplementary yarn, fabric, weaving, lance