In this study, it was aimed at detailed investigation of the parameters (fibre content, fixing type and weaving looms type) that affect shrinkage test, elasticity, residual extension and fabric width of the woven fabric. With this aim, in the study, 18 different types of 3/1 S twill fabrics were weaved by choosing 3 different blends, 2 different fixing situation of the yarns (fixed and non-fixed yarn) and 3 different weaving looms (itema and picanol-rapier weaving machine, zax- air jet weaving machine). Pre-treatment processes were done for all the fabrics, and the fabrics were dyed by impregnation method at the same reactive dyeing recipe. A set of tests such as (shrinkage test, elasticity, residual extension etc.) were employed the fabrics in the study. The data from the tests were analysed statistically. According to the variance analyses with the 95% confidence range, it was observed the fibre content was not significant (p>0,05) while fixing situation of the yarns and weaving loom type were significant (p<0,05).