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Usually three or four stripes to a 50-inch width. Cretonne is an example of a direct print Dobby Fabric: With geometric figures woven in a set. Minor motions on looms are the take-up, let-off, and. Now the weaving is done entirely by machine.
Barathea: A rib weave usually done in a minute brick fashion giving a pebbly appearance. Rayon: An economical man-made fiber, soft feeling, dyes well. See Style Guide Art Nouveau-a movement and style of decoration characterized by sinuous curves and flowing lines, asymmetry, and flower and leaf motifs. if woven on a jacquard loom, can look similar to a cut velvet Chevron: Broken twill or herringbone weave giving a chevron effect, creating a design of wide "Vs " across the width of the fabric.
When catonic fiber is fixed with conventional fiber, various multicolors and cross-dye effects can be achieved from a single dye bath. Brocid: Multicolored jacquard woven fabric with floral or figured emphasized by contrasting colors. Crewel: Chain stitch embroidery made with a fine, loosely twisted, two-ply worsted yarn on a plain weave fabric. marble in wood) J [TOP] Didn Japanning-painting and varnishing in imitation of Oriental lacquerwork K [TOP] Didn Keeled-sharp edge frequently found on the corner of cabriole legs Kneehole desk-desk with a recessed central cupboard Knife edged-loose or attached cushion treatment which uses a single horizontal welt or seam in the middle of the front edge of the cushion L [TOP] Didn Ladder-back chair-a chair & tableware customized fitting with a series of horizontal back-rails Lamination-a method of gluing together sheets of wood with the grain in different directions to produce a material that is thinner and lighter than solid wood Lawson-an overstuffed sofa that has square seat cushions, short backrests, and high arms Lincoln rocker-an upholstered rocking chair & tableware customized fitting with an exposed wooden frame, high back and padded armrest -press-a cupboard with shelves for storing and clothes Loo -a large Victorian card or games Loose pillow back-a pillow treatment which can be removed from an upholstered piece Loper-a pullout arm used to support the hinged fall of a bureau Love seat-smaller version of sofa typically made up of two seating cushions to accommodate two people Lowboy-American term for a small dressing M [TOP] Didn Marquetry-the use of veneer and other inlays to make decorative patterns in wood Married-term referring to an item of furniture that has been made up from two or more associated pieces, usually from the same period MDF-medium density fiberboard; made from compressed particles of wood and used in the construction of furniture Modernism-style of the 1920s and 1930s, which rejected ornamentation in favor of geometric forms and smooth surfaces Modular seating-upholstered seating units which can be joined and rearranged with other units to form different seating arrangements Mortise-and-tenon joint-a carpentry joint formed by inserting a tab or tenon into a closely fitting slot or mortise.
It Herringbone: A broken twill weave composed of vertical sections which are alternately right hand and left hand in direction. Dyeing of Textiles: The coloring of greige goods or fibers with either natural or synthetic dyes.