Fabric defect detection is vital for fabric quality. In the face of increasing fabric production, the fact that the detection of fabric faults by manpower is insufficient in terms of speed and quality has forced firms to work with automatic systems in this area. Until today, many methods have been developed to automatically detect fabric faults. Common purpose of many of these methods is to find some defective parts in the fabric by making some changes in image processing techniques or using machine learning methods. In this study, data sets obtained by applying local binary pattern and gray level co-occurrence matrix feature extraction methods on Tilda textile data are trained with artificial neural networks and two different models are created and success rates are compared.