broadcloth

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Englisch - Englisch
A fine smooth-faced woolen cloth for men’s garments, usually of double width (i.e., a yard and a half); -- so called in distinction from woolens three quarters of a yard wide
{n} a very fine kind of woollen cloth
A term used to describe several dissimilar fabrics made with different fibers, weaves and finishes (1) Originally a silk shirting fabric so named because it was woven in widths exceeding the usual 29 inches (2) A tightly woven, high-count cotton cloth with a fine crosswise rib Fine broadcloths are woven of combed yarns, usually mercerized, Sanforized and given a soft, lustrous finish
> Woven in wide stripes, this plain but durable wollen fabric was mainly used for garments In the United States, broadcloth (the term dates from the Middle Ages in England) was used for teddy bear noses
{i} high quality woolen or silk cloth
Fibre: Cotton and silk, and rayon Very different than wool broadcloth Weave: Plain weave and in most cotton broadcloths made with a very fine crosswise rib weave Characteristics: Originally indicated a cloth woven on a wide loom Very closely woven and in cotton, made from either carded or combed yarns The filling is heavier and has less twist It is finer than poplin when made with a crosswise rib and it is lustrous and soft with a good texture Thread count ranges from high quality 144 x 6 count down to 80 x 60 Has a smooth finish May be bleached, dyed, or printed; also is often mercerized Wears very well If not of a high quality or treated it wrinkles very badly Finest quality made from Egyptian or combed pima cotton - also sea island Uses: Shirts, dresses, particularly the tailored type in plain colours, blouses, summer wear of all kinds
A fine smooth- faced woolen cloth for men's garments, usually of double width i
Thick, flat-finish cotton used primarily for dress shirts
A fine smooth-faced woolen cloth for mens garments, usually of double width (i.e., a yard and a half); -- so called in distinction from woolens three quarters of a yard wide
a popular upholstery material; there are two types: a twilled, napped woolen or worsted fabric with a smooth, lustrous face and a dense texture a cotton, silk or rayon fabric made in plain and ribbed weaves, with a soft, semi-gloss finish
A lightweight, plain weave cotton fabric in solid colours It has a slight crosswise rib and a lustrous surface resembling poplin
A plain weave tightly woven fabric, characterized by a slight ridge effect in one direction, usually the filling The most common broadcloth is made from cotton or cotton/polyester blends
a closely woven silk or synthetic fabric with a narrow crosswise rib a densely textured woolen fabric with a lustrous finish
a densely textured woolen fabric with a lustrous finish
A cotton or blended fabric that is tightly woven in a plain weave with a crosswise rib Poplin is woven in the same way, with heavier threads
‑ Closely woven fabric with same count of yarns in both directions Generally made of cotton, but can be made of silk, rayon, wool or blends
a yard and a half; so called in distinction from woolens three quarters of a yard wide
A tightly woven cotton cloth with fine embedded crosswide ribs It resembles poplin and is used extensively in men's shirts and blouses, as well as home decorating
a closely woven silk or synthetic fabric with a narrow crosswise rib
Close plain weave fabric made of cotton, rayon, or a blend of cotton or rayon with polyester The term broadcloth is also used in reference to a plain or twill weave wool or wool-blend fabric that is highly napped (brushed) and then pressed flat
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