Lustrous durable fabric with heavy crosswise ribs, used to make coats and suits.
a durable plain weave fabric characterized by widthwise cords formed by using fine warp yarns and course weft yarns, Used in dresses, coats, suits, ribbons, draperies.
This fabric has a ribbed look. It may be woven from silk, cotton, polyester or rayon. Also called Faille.
A fabric with a crosswise rib made from textile fibers (as rayon, nylon, cotton, or wool) often in combination.
A fine rib effect in worsted blend fabrics for slacks and suits. Durable and decorative with interesting texture Originally from Bengal, India.
Bengaline is also known as ribbon. It is a fabric with a crosswise rib made from any combination of rayon, nylon, cotton, or wool. It is often used for tie closures, or edge trims for bags, belts, gloves and hats.
A cotton fabric named after Bengal, India, used in dressy suits and coats as well as ribbons and neckwear.
A firm light-weight material having a silk warp and woolen filling giving a ribbed effect.
Is a lustrous, durable warp-faced fabric with heavy filling cords completely covered by the warp.