brocade

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A thick heavy fabric into which raised patterns have been woven
To decorate fabric with raised woven patterns
An item decorated with brocade
{n} a kind of fine flowered silk
weave a design into (textiles)
Fibre: Cotton brocade often has the ground of cotton and the pattern of rayon and silk Pattern is in low relief Weave: Jacquard and dobby Characteristics: Rich, heavy, elaborate design effect Sometimes with coloured or metallic threads making the design usually against a satin weave background This makes the figures stand out The figures in brocade are rather loose, while in damask the figure threads are actually bound into the material The pattern may be satin on a twill ground or twill on a satin ground Often reversible The motifs may be of flowers, foliage, scrollwork, pastoral scenes, or other designs The price range is wide Generally reputed to have been developed from the Latin name "brocade" which means to figure Uses: All types of after 5 wear, church vestments, interior furnishings, and state robes
usually a jacquard woven fabric in which the figure is developed by floating the warp threads, the weft threads, or both, and interlacing them in a more or less irregular order
Heavy, rich fabric woven with a raised pattern resembling embroidery Used for upholstery and sometimes drapery
A firm silk thread fabric woven with a raised design on the right side and may have gold, silver or copper metallic threads Best used in form fitted bustiers, corsets and vests
A heavy, exquisite, jacquard-type fabric with an all-over raised pattern or floral design
richly colored threads which make a design stand out against a weave background
Silk stuff, woven with gold and silver threads, or ornamented with raised flowers, foliage, etc
Long burning star similar to but brighter and shorter burning than a kamuro star
This is a kind of weave and is also called embroidery made on a loom The pattern looks like embroidery on top of an already rich silk The background may be taffeta, twill, satin or damask, usually of one color or with a warp stripe to contrast with the multi-colored floral or other patterns
Brocade is a thick, expensive material, often made of silk, with a raised pattern on it. a cream brocade waistcoat. thick heavy decorative cloth which has a pattern of gold and silver threads (brocado, from broccato, from broccare , from broccus; BROOCH). Woven fabric having a raised floral or figured design that is introduced during the weaving process. The design, appearing only on the fabric face, is usually made in a satin or twill weave (see weaving). The background may be twill, satin, or plain weave. The rich, fairly heavy fabric is frequently used for evening dresses, draperies, and upholstery
also applied to other stuffs thus wrought and enriched
A rich, typically oriental silk fabric with raised patterns in gold and silver
A heavily embossed paper
a heavy textile with a raised design resembling embroidery generally made of silk, rayon and nylon yarns with or without metallic treatment
- A carpet or rug in which a raised pattern or engraved effect is formed using heavy twisted yarn tufts on a ground of straight fibers
{i} heavy silk fabric decorated with a raised pattern
A heavy, exquisite jacquard type fabric with an all-over raised pattern or floral design Common end-uses include such formal applications as upholstery, draperies, and eveningwear
Thick heavy fabric into which raised patterns have been woven
Woven fabric with a rich, raised, embossed look
Carpeting having a raised pattern or engraved effect, using heavy twisted yarn tufts
thick heavy expensive material with a raised pattern
thick heavy expensive material with a raised pattern weave a design into (textiles)
a heavy textile with a raised design resembling embroidery, generally made of silk, rayon and nylon yarns with or without metallic treatment
Woven cloth created from different yarns so as to create a pattern in the weave itself often in slight relief to the main ground of the fabric Yarns usually contain gold or silver and the raised pattern is usually of flowers or foliage examples
An additional weft is added to the background weave in a restricted area to create a pattern
a rich oriental silk fabric with raised patterns in gold and silver Cotton brocade often has the ground of cotton and the pattern of rayon and silk Pattern is in low relief Generally weaved in Jacquard and dobby Rich, heavy, elaborate design effect Sometimes with coloured or metallic threads making the design usually against a satin weave background This makes the figures stand out The figures in brocade are rather loose, while in damask the figure threads are actually bound into the material The pattern may be satin on a twill ground or twill on a satin ground Often reversible The motifs may be of flowers, foliage, scrollwork, pastoral scenes, or other designs Generally reputed to have been developed from the latin name "brocade" which means to figure (Example of brocade)
{f} weave a raised pattern into a fabric, ornament with a raised design (of fabric)
Eight Section Brocade
Ba Duan Jin, a Chinese exercise
brocading
The pattern or decoration made by brocading

Versions of Herat rugs made in Isfahan in the time of Shah Abbas have, in most cases, deep colors-dark red in the field, dark blue in the border-and a brocading of metal threads.

brocading
Present participle of brocade
brocaded
{a} woven as, or dressed in brocade
brocaded
Dressed in brocade
brocaded
Woven or worked, as brocade, with gold and silver, or with raised flowers, etc
brocaded
embellished with a raised pattern created by pressure or embroidery; "brocaded silk"; "an embossed satin"; "embossed leather"; "raised needlework"; "raised metalwork
brocaded
{s} decorated with raised pattern created by pressure or embroidery
brocade

    Silbentrennung

    bro·cade

    Türkische aussprache

    brōkeyd

    Aussprache

    /brōˈkād/ /broʊˈkeɪd/

    Etymologie

    [ brO-'kAd ] (noun.) 1588. Spanish brocado, from Catalan brocat, from Italian broccato, from broccare to spur, brocade, from brocco small nail, from Latin broccus projecting.

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