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Finishing: The process of dyeing, printing, etc. Each yarn in the motif is dyed a solid color. The fabric was developed in France and for years was a specialty of royally, thus its name which means cord of the king. Similar to, but more limited, more quickly woven, and cheaper than jacquards, which require elaborate procedures to form patterns.

The design is created with both warps and fillings. Similar to, but more limited, more quickly woven, and cheaper than jacquards, which require elaborate procedures to form patterns. Strie: Said of a which has irregular stripes or streaks of practically the same color in the background. Converting the processes by which greige goods are made into finished salable goods.

Direct Print: and ground color printed on fabric in the colors desired, as opposed to extract printing done on a dyed. Its front is typically rounded or diagonal, and it rests on three or four feet. Flat Weave Tweeds. By regulation of the Federal Trade Commission, this information must be provided in all price lists.

Crewel: Chain stitch embroidery made with a fine, loosely twisted, two-ply worsted yarn on a plain weave fabric. Panne: A satin-faced. ribbed fabric woven with fine yarns in the warp, with heavier yarns in the filling. Yarn Dyeing-Yarn is dyed before it is woven into fabric.

The Satin Weave: Has few interlacings widely but regularly spaced, resulting in a a lustrous "right" side and dull back. See Style Guide Gueridon-a small, elaborately carved stand or H [TOP] Didn Harvest -a narrow rectangular with hinged drop leaves Hepplewhite-an 18th-century English style originated by George Hepplewhite, and characterized by delicate forms in the neoclassic framework. Velvet was introduced during the Renaissance in Italy and Spain and later moved to France. Fiber: Any tough substance, natural or man-made, composed of thread-like tissue capable of being made into yarn.

Natural Fibers: Those ftbers which come from cotton, wool, silk and Fax (). Looms (Major Motions or Actions) : These are shedding, picking, and beating-up. of greige goods. The background may be either satin or twill weave.

Acryilc: A man-made fiber with soft feeling: outstanding durability, exceilent resistiance to sunlight. The design is created by colored warp threads brought up on the face of the fabric, leaving loose yarns on the back. most often a cotton warp and a filling. cannot be used except for natural fiber flax.

1918 to 1940. Velour: A term loosely applied to all types of fabrics with a nap or cut pile on one side. Designs can be woven into it. the designs were characterized by classic moafs beautifully engraved and finely colored.

Ottoman: A firm lustrous plain weave fabric with horizontal cords which are larger or rounder than those of a faille. The finest quality at the very lowest everyday prices


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