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Dyed Fabric

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In this process the fabric is dyed with a colored substance that has an affinity to the substrate to the fabric it is applied to. Dyeing gives beautiful, unique fabric designs.

Batik Fabric

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A method of dyeing fabric where wax or glue paste is used cover those areas on the fabric which are not to be dyed. Later on the wax is taken off by boiling.

Percale

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Percale, aka. “plain weave” cotton, refers to a weave of cotton in which one vertical thread is woven over one horizontal thread. Tighter than the standard weave used for bed linen, percale must have a thread count of at least … Read More

Sateen

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Sateen is a weave of cotton in which four horizontal threads are woven over one vertical thread. The result is a smooth, silky texture with more of a sheen, though it has less space between threads and so breathes less … Read More

Check Fabric

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Check is the most popular and common fabric design with never-ending charm. Different types of check as upholstery fabric designs are used to make varied furnishing products. From small to large, all types and colors of checks are available.

Dobby

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Dobby is a type of weave used mostly in geometrical form giving a unique fabric design pattern. This fabric is extensively used for making home furnishing products.

Jacquard

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Jacquard fabric design patterns are larger than the dobby, and also more intricate. They are used for making upholstery and drapery products.

Flocking

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Flocking is the process of depositing many small fiber particles (called flock) onto a surface. It can also refer to the texture produced by the process, or to any material used primarily for its flocked surface. Flocking of an article … Read More

Twill Weave

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It is similar to plain weave. In this the warp yarns skip at regular predetermined intervals creating a diagonal rib in the weave.

Dobby Weave

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A decorative weave which is characterised by small designs or geometric figures being woven in the fabric structure.

Leno Weave

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In this the warp yarns are arranged in pairs. One yarn is twisted around the other between picks of the filling yarn.

Polyester Fabric

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Polyester is used for upholstery and is blended with other fibers to add wrinkle resistance. It eliminates crushing of napped fabrics and reduce fading.

Spandex Fabric

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Spandex is known for its shape retention quality and is resistant to dry heat and oil. It is lightweight with comfort and flexibility.

Pillow-top Mattress

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Pillow-top mattresses have an additional layer of foam or padding atop the regular mattress. Sometimes they will be double-sided and have this layer on both sides, in which case the user is expected to flip the mattress over regularly for … Read More