A plain weave fiberglass fabric is where the fill yarn passes over and under one warp yarn and a fill yarn doing the same. To the right is a microscope shot of style 7500 9.6 oz/sq yd fiberglass cloth. You can see the two G37 yarn twisted together making the one yarn in both the warp and fill.
To the right is a microscope photo of the style 1065 which is a 1.08 oz/sq yd, 56 x 56 ends/inch thread count plain weave fiberglass cloth that has the ECD 450 1/0 yarn in the warp and ECD 900 in the fill.
To the right here is a microscopic photograph of the plain weave style 2116 3.12 oz/sq yd that has a thread count of 60 x 58 ends/inch and uses the yarn ECE 225 1/0 warp and fill.
The photo to the right is a photo of the common surfboard cloth style 1522 that is 3.63 oz/sq yd 24 x 22 ends/inch thread count.
Photo to right is a microscopic view of the "Flat" weave style 3733 that uses the G37 1/0 yarn in the warp and fill. Compare it to the 7533 with the same thread count but having the G75 1/2 yarn where two 1/2 the weight of the G37 yarn are twisted together - The weight of the cloth is essentially the same.
To the right is the 7533 6 oz 18 x 18 ends/inch fiberglass cloth with the "twist" weave -