In this study, the mechanical properties of composite materials obtained from carbon and carbon-aramid hybrid woven fabrics produced in different constructions with the same yarn and under the same production conditions were determined, and the effects of weaving structure and hybridization on the mechanical properties were investigated. For this purpose, the geometric properties of carbon fabrics made from 12K carbon yarn with four different weaving structures and two carbon-aramid hybrid fabrics made of 12K carbon yarn and aramid yarn with two different structures were defined, and the mechanical properties of the composite materials were investigated under uniaxial tensile loading. The mechanical properties of the composite materials produced from the carbon and carbon-aramid hybrid fabrics were compared. The effects of weaving structure and hybridization on the mechanical properties were determined. Based on the weaving construction, Young's modulus and the tensile strength declined approximately 34-39% and 24-27%, respectively. However, Young's modulus was 16-63% higher than the expected value for the hybrid composites.