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Batlk: A method orginated in Java of resist dyeing which employs wax as the resist. Synthetics: Man-made, sciennfically produced fibers used in many fabncs. ribbed fabric woven with fine yarns in the warp, with heavier yarns in the filling. Strie: Said of a which has irregular stripes or streaks of practically the same color in the background.
See Style Guide Art Nouveau-a movement and style of decoration characterized by sinuous curves and flowing lines, asymmetry, and flower and leaf motifs. See Style Guide Astragal-small, semi-circular molding applied to the glazing bars on cabinets Attached back pillow-a pillow which cannot be removed from the upholstered piece of furniture B [TOP] Didn Bachelor Baize-wool fabric resembling felt, usually green, used on gaming tables Baker Ball and claw- (see claw and ball) Baluster-an upright, such as a leg or rail, shaped like a vase or urn Banding-veneer cut into narrow strips and applied to create a decorative effect, usually found around the edges of tables and drawer fronts Baroque-an extravagant and heavily ornate style of architecture, furniture, and decoration that originated in 17th century Italy. Jacquard: A method for producing elaborately patterned weaves on a mechanical loom. paraffin, or shellac and run through a hot friction roller to give a high polish.
Acryilc: A man-made fiber with soft feeling: outstanding durability, exceilent resistiance to sunlight. and the fabric is then dyed, producing a white design on a dyed ground. velvet or silk material named from the French Pilling: Formation of fiber fuzz balls on a fabric surface by wear or firction. and into a shuttle box at the other side of the loom.
Its front is typically rounded or diagonal, and it rests on three or four feet. Usually three or four stripes to a 50-inch width. Used for upholstery only. Can be two-tone or multicolor, the difference being that the design has a greater raised effect on the face of the fabric.
Velvet: A pile fabric with a clipped nap. Usually a fine warp and heavier filling yarns. Originally printed in Jouy, France, the fabrics were printed in single colors from engraved copper plates. By regulation of the Federal Trade Commission, this information must be provided in all price lists.
This is achieved by dissolving them in a solvent or melting them with heat. Polyeiter Ingredients: A manufactured fiber in which the fiber-forming substance is any long chain synthetic polymer composed of at least 85% by weight of an ester of a substituted aromatic carboxylic acid, including but not restricted to substituted terephthalate units. and the fabric is then dyed, producing a white design on a dyed ground. Yarns vary in size and shape, both of which have an effect on the appearance of the fabric.
Damak: Brought to Damscus by Marco Polo in 13th Century. Aclyfle Ingredient: A manufactured fiber in which the fiber forming substance is any long chain synthetic polymer composed of at least 85% by weight of acrylonitnie units.