Tufted cord, of silk or worsted, for the trimming of ladies' dresses, for embroidery and fringes, and for the weft of Chenille rugs.
A yarn with short, cut fibers protruding from it, giving a "fuzzy" appearance.
A woven fabric similar to cut velvet, and usually a thicker pile. This fabric, named from the French word for caterpillar, is woven of soft velvety cords and used for throws, scarves, clothes, etc.
A form of embroidery, widely used in the college apparel markets, in which a large loop stitch is left on the top of the fabric. This embroidery utilizes the chain stitch described above. Uses heavy yarns of wool, cotton, or acrylic. Also known as loop piling.
Velvet or tufted yarn, which looks and can feel somewhat like fur.
is a woven-cut, 100% rayon with 1,300 yds/lb. Our Chenille is used by many garment manufacturers. Chenille can be used in stockinette, fairisle, and jacquard. Our Venesian is dyed to match the Chenille and can be used for knit trims and bottoms. Chenille is an excellent yarn for weaving. Try the Venesian with the Chenille in a 1x1 fairisle for a truly classic mix. Hand wash/Flat dry. Do Not Tumble.
From the French term for caterpillar. A woven yarn which has a pile protruding all around at right angles to the body thread. It was used for embroidery fringes and tassels. Chenille is also the name for fabrics woven from chenille yarns. The fabric has a plushlike surface. Chenille can be made of various fibers: cotton, silk, rayon, etc.
Fabric made with very fuzzy core yarns used in the filling with plain warp resulting in a heavy material â€“ which is one of the many reasons (aside from its good looks) that chenille is an ideal fabric for bedspreads.
1. a tufted, velvety yarn used for trimming, embroidery, etc. 2. a fabric filled or woven with this as for rugs and bedspreads
Silk, rayon, cotton or wool combined and tufted creating a velvet like pile. Soft and luxurious to touch.
Hand tufting in multi-coloured wool or cotton yarn onto heavy fabric creates a luxurious pile design. This classic style offers a very high perceived value. Best suited for: melton wool, leather or polar fleece jackets. Not suitable for lightweight fabrics.
1. A yarn with fuzzy pile protruding from all sides . It has a velvety caterpillar -like appearance . ( The term chenille is derived from the French word for caterpillar) 2. A fabric made with chenille yarn.
soft, thick, absorbent fabric woven from chenille yarns
Chenille is not a particular fibre, but rather the structure of fibre. The word chenille is French, properly pronounced (shen-knee) and means caterpillar. The yarn is composed of a core fibre that is tufted by thousands of tiny fibres that are cut like velvet or carpet. The chenille process may be applied to wool, cotton, silk, rayon or acrylic to create the soft, fluffy effect. By its very nature chenille is fragile. Special care should be taken in wearing, storing and cleaning chenille.
Derived from the French word for "caterpillar." A special yarn with fuzzy pile protruding on all sides. It has a velvety caterpillar-like appearance.
From the French word for caterpillar. A fuzzy pile yarn that resembles a caterpillar or pipe cleaner. Commonly found in rugs, bedspreads, and bathroom accessories, but also used in sweaters, blouses, and dresses.
Chenille is a fluff or fuzzy-faced fabric made with a chenille filling yarn that has a fuzzy pile protruding from all sides. Some imitations are made by tufting other materials while other versions are knit to imitate chenille yarn.
a soft tufted cord used in embroidery
a heavy fabric woven with chenille cord; used in rugs and bedspreads
(fabric). Fuzzy fabric, with "caterpillar" appearance. French in origin
Type of embroidery-commonly found in appliqué and athletic applications-characterized by a design surface comprised of heavy loops of thread; sewn with heavy threads or yarns, chenille is created on specialized embroidery equipment.
A fuzzy or puffy yarn with pile protruding from all sides. Made from all soft fibers.
A fuzzy yarn resembling a caterpillar. When tightly woven, it is velvet-like.
A yarn-like material for wrapping bodies which is in the form of a pipe cleaner (with thread in place of the stiff wire). Can be found in many colors and materials, and is a critical component of the Wooly Worm and Wooly Buggers patterns.
Soft underfoot with a lustrous sheen. Recommended for low-traffic areas such as the bedroom. Made of natural fibers.
A tufted pile fabric with a woven ground, very plush, similar to velvet, but with a more durable nap. Heavier chenille is suitable for upholstery.
A yarn consisting of a cut pile which may be one or more of a variety of fibres helically positioned around axial threads that secure it. Gives a thick, soft tufty silk or worsted velvet cord or yarn typically used in embroidery and for trimmings.
A round furry thread made of wool, cotton or silk
Soft, fuzzy yarns stand out around a velvety cord on this fabric, whose name comes from the French word for "caterpillar."
Extremely soft and bunchy fabric.
A soft, fuzzy, corded type fabric similar to that used in embroidery.
Fabric with a deep luxurious pile that is often used in rugs.
a fabric with a long, velvety pile made with soft, fuzzy yarns. The name comes from the French word for ‘caterpillar'.
A plain-weave fabric with soft silky yarns and a thick pile. French for caterpillar, the fabric has a plush texture.
Soft, fuzzy tufts of fabric, whose name comes from the French word for "caterpillar."
A fuzzy yarn whose pile resembles a caterpillar.
Cotton that has been combed for softness then spun into bulky cable.
Form of embroidery in which a loop (moss) stitch is formed on the top side of the fabric. Uses heavy yarns of wool, cotton, or acrylic. Created by a chain stitch machine that has been adjusted to form this stitch type. Also known as loop piling.
Plain-weave cotton with high-luster glaze & some have floral motifs. Used in draperies & upholstery.
Fabric made from fuzzy yarns which gives it a soft, textured surface.
A fuzzy cotton yarn of fabric that has pile protruding around the weave. The French word for "caterpillar."
Very soft fabric made with fluffy cotton yarns.
Chenille fabric used in lingerie is an imitation of chenille yarn. The fabric has patterns of soft, protruding loops of fiber that look and feel similar to the chenille yarn used to make sweaters, throw pillows, blankets and other such items.
A fuzzy cotton yarn or fabric that has pile protruding around it. Chenille is the French word for caterpillar.
A type of woven yarn which has a pile protruding all around at right an gles to the body thread. The yarn may be of silk, wool, mercerized cotton, or rayon and is used for various types of fabrics.
A soft fuzzy fabric developed in France. The name means caterpillar in French.
Chenille is a type of yarn that is extremely soft and consists of loops and protruding bumps that create depth and texture. When referenced in lingerie, it is usually a fabric inspired by this look but made of other materials.
A fuzzy yarn that is like velvet when tightly woven.
a velvet-like fabric woven from a soft, fuzzy-textured woven yarns of natural or synthetic fibers.
Derived from the French word for "caterpillar". A special yarn with pile protruding on all sides, produced by first weaving a fabric, usually with cotton or linen warp and silk, wool, rayon or cotton weft; the warps are taped in groups of four and the wefts are beaten in very closely; after weaving, the fabric is cut lengthwise between each of these groups of warp yarns, each cutting producing a continuous chenille which is then twisted.
From the French word for "caterpillar," so named because chenille yarn is plush and fuzzy. Also used to denote fabrics made with chenille yarn.
Fabric with a fuzzy texture woven of a soft-tufted silk or cotton fiber.
Chenille is a special yarn with pile protruding on all sides that is produced by first weaving a fabric—usually with cotton or linen warp and silk, wool, rayon, or cotton weft. The warps are taped in groups of four and the wefts are beaten in very closely. After weaving, the fabric is cut lengthwise between each of these groups of warp yarns, each cutting producing continuous chenille which is then twisted. In French, “chenille” means “caterpillar.
A fabric with soft, fuzzy yarns standing out around a velvety cord, whose name comes from the French word for "caterpillar." Used for bedspreads, rugs, bathrobes and, more recently, loose-fitting sweaters.
A tufting technique of yarn making which allows the fibers to blossom, creating a soft and plush fabric. From an old French word for caterpillar.