A fabric made of fibrous material (or sometimes of wire, as in wire cloth); commonly, a woven fabric of cotton, woolen, or linen, adapted to be made into garments; specifically, woolen fabrics, as distinguished from all others.
A type of woven filter septum made from natural or synthetic yarns.
A book bound in cloth.
(Clothbound). A textile binding material.
A fiberglass reinforcement made by weaving strands of glass fiber yarns. Cloth is available in various weights measured in ounces per square yard or Kg/m2.
A book with cloth, such as linen or another textile, used for the spine and covers. Compare with half cloth and quarter leather.
The most common material used for the covering of a binding.
book binding material woven from cotton, linen, wool or synthetic fibers
The cloth that binds a book's hard covers. Any book described as "cloth" is a hardcover copy.
A woven fabric made from fine yarns of fiberglass.
A cloth-bound book. The covering can be linen, buckram or another textile.
artifact made by weaving or felting or knitting or crocheting natural or synthetic fibers; "the fabric in the curtains was light and semitraqnsparent"; "woven cloth originated in Mesopotamia around 5000 BC"; "she measured off enough material for a dress"
Boards that have been covered in cloth, i.e. cloth bound
A generic term embracing all textile fabrics and felts. Cloth may be formed out of any textile fiber, wire, or material.
The material that covers the slate and rails. Usually made from wool, and/or synthetic fibres.
A generic term referring to all materials formed from textile fiber, wire or felts.
a common material used, from the late-19th century, to cover the boards of hardcover books. In modern trade publishing, however, paper has become more common than cloth for covering boards.
widely used as a covering material since about 1830: original cloth is that commissioned by the publisher - binder's cloth a rebinding.
the material which covers the bed and cushions of a pool table. The cloth used to cover a pool table is very special and can come in a variety of grades. Along with the general quality of the table itself, the cloth play a very important role in how a particular table plays.
As used in this work the word cloth means a particular type of material woven from wool and having a smooth surface and a close dense texture. It must be specially noted that in this work cloth is not synonymous with material or fabric.
In general a pliant fabric; woven, knitted, felted or otherwise formed of any textile fiber, wire or other suitable material. Usually understood to mean a woven felted or textile fabric.