Fitted Vinyl Tablecloth
Fiber Base: Most man-made fibers are formed by forcing a syrupy substance (about the consistency of honey) through the tiny holes of a device called a spinneret In their original state, the fiber-forming substances exist as solids and there-fore must be first converted into a liquid state for extrusion. This type is found in sheeting. The fabric is the base used far Moire. Corduroy: A pile fabric with the pile usually cut into ridges.
Silk: The only natural fiber that comes in a filament form: from 300 to 1, 600 yards in length as reeled from the cocoon, cultivated or wild. The warp (lengthwise) threads are secured on the loom through the eyes of heddles and attached to the loom beam at the front of the loom. , gray goods are used as well. of greige goods.
Leather: The skin of an animal tanned or otherwise dressed for use. Jacquard Design: A woven design made with the aid of a jacquard head (this constitutes a jacquard loom) and may vary from simple, self-colored. Some types of synthetics are: rayon, nylon, polyester, and fiberglass. Sateen: A highly lustrous fabric usually made of merchandized cotton with a satin weave.
Blends are sometimes so intimate that It is difficult to distinguish component fibers in yarn or fabric. using a plain weave. Shantung: A cousin lo Satin. Dye lots may run to 30.
The design is created with both warps and fillings. The warp (lengthwise) threads are secured on the loom through the eyes of heddles and attached to the loom beam at the front of the loom. Urethane Upholstery: A name for a group of organic chemical compounds or resins such as polyesters and polyethers. Fiber Content: The make up of the yarn content of any given fabric (60% cotton and 40% rayon).
Natural Fibers: Those ftbers which come from cotton, wool, silk and Fax (). These threads are sometimes clipped. Mlllltron Dyeing-Developed by Milliken & Company for continuous dyeing. The filling (crosswise) thread darts between the warp threads as they are alternately lifted and lowered.