gingham

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Englisch - Türkisch
pamuklu kumaş
çizgili ya da damalı pamuklu kumaş
(Tekstil) alaca dokuma
{i} çizgili pamuklu kumaş
{i} çizgili/damalı pamuklu kumaş
{i} şemsiye
Englisch - Englisch
A cotton fabric made from dyed and white yarn woven in checks
{n} a cloth of cotton and linen striped and glazed
A medium-weight, plain-weave fabric with a plaid or check pattern
Cotton or linen cloth woven of dyed yarn in stripes, checks, or patterns Manufactured in Manchester, England (1)
Fibre: Cotton, man-made, and synthtics Weave: Plain-Word derived from Italy "Ging-gang" meaning "striped" Characteristics: Medium or fine yarns of varying quality are used to obtain the checks, plaids, stripes, and plain effects The cloth is yarn dyed or printed The warp and the filling are usually balanced and if checks of two colours, usually same sequence in both the warp and the filling It is strong, substantial, and serviceable It launders will but low textured, cheap fabric may shrink considerably unless preshrunk Has a soft, dull lustre surface Wrinkles unless wrinkle-resistant Tissue or zephyr ginghams are sheer being woven with finer yarns and a higher thread count Uses: Dresses, blouses, for both women and children, trimmings, kerchiefs, aprons, beach wear, curtains, bedspreads, pyjamas
{i} striped or checked cotton fabric
A term used to signify cloth made with striped coloring Medium or fine yarns of varying quality are used to obtain the plain, check, or stripe effects
A medium weight, plain weave fabric with a plaid or check pattern End-uses include dresses, shirts, and curtains
a clothing fabric in a plaid weave
Gingham is cotton cloth which has a woven pattern of small squares, usually in white and one other colour. a gingham apron. gingham check shorts. cotton cloth that has a pattern of small white and coloured squares on it (genggang)
A fabric with a checked pattern that's created by weaving together two different colored yarns
Yarn-dyed, plain-weave cotton fabric, usually checked
Pure or blended cotton dyed in plaid or checked pattern The checked ginghams use two colors and the plaid uses several The meaning of the name is striped and comes from the Malay language
A plain woven cotton and/or synthetic fabric Most common patterns include checks, stripes or plaids Available in a variety of colors and pastels against a white or ecru background
and other simple plaid fabrics also can be used for a cross-stitch background, but you'll find that gingham "squares" aren't perfectly square, so a stitched design will seem slightly taller and narrower than the chart
Fabric with dyed yarns introduced at given intervals, both vertically and horizontally, to achieve block or check effects Grenadine A loose weave using twisted yarns, resulting in a fabric that resembles a knit
A kind of cotton or linen cloth, usually in stripes or checks, the yarn of which is dyed before it is woven; distinguished from printed cotton or prints
A light to medium weight plain weave fabric It is usually yarn dyed and woven to create stripes, checks or plaids The fabric is mercerized to produce a soft, lustrous appearance It is sized to a firm and lustrous finish The thread count varies from about 48 x 44 to 106 x 94
a plain-weave lightweight fabric, usually made of cotton, with small checks
gingham

    Silbentrennung

    ging·ham

    Türkische aussprache

    gîngım

    Aussprache

    /ˈgəɴɢəm/ /ˈɡɪŋəm/

    Etymologie

    [ 'gi[ng]-&m ] (noun.) 1615. Malay genggang

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