Broadcloth or Poplin, or also called Plain Weave is characterized by a checkered design since threads are passed under and over each other. This type of weaving is strong and durable, and also stable.
Oxford / Pinpoint / Basketweave.
This group of weave forms a crisscross pattern which can be identified with its checkerboard-like appearance. Normally, it has two different colored threads which gives it another feel and look.
A twill weave has a diagonal ribbed patter. It is said that twill patterns are the most durable type of cloth, least likely to soil and generally drape well.
This type of cloth is best for sturdy work clothing especially stains aren't that obvious with this.
An emergent of the Twill weave which is distinguished by its V-shape zigzag pattern. It also has the same properties as the shirts with a twill weave.
Satin weaves appear to have a lustrous silky appearance. It's weave makes it so that no twill line is obvious.