Satin is not the name of a specific fabric, but a weaving method, where 1 weft overlaps 4 main threads. Once satin was available only to wealthy people. This was due to the complexity of manufacturing. Later, machines were invented, which made production easier. Now ring and rotary spinning machines are used. The latter are better, since the thread twists more strongly. As a result, the finished textile product is durable and looks exquisite.