A very thin, slight, transparent stuff, generally of silk; also, any fabric resembling silk gauze; as, wire gauze; cotton gauze.
Having the qualities of gauze; thin; light; as, gauze merino underclothing.
A piece of fabric with lots of tiny holes which can be made to look transparent or solid with the use of different lighting techniques.
A transparent cloth for scenic effects - also called a transparency.
fabric woven from silk, silk and flax, or cotton; delicate and transparent. Variations were made in Indian, Chinese, French, English and Scotch.
A thin, open-weave fabric; can be cloth or wire. Used for support in molds and castings.
Cloth with a relatively coarse weave. Used unpainted to diffuse a scene played behind it. When painted, a gauze is opaque when lit obliquely from the front and becomes transparent when the scene behind it is lit . Many different types of gauze are available ; Sharkstooth gauze is the most effective for transformations, because it is the most opaque. Vision gauze is used for diffusing a scene and for supporting cut cloths. Also known as a Scrim.
plain weave fabric with a loose, open weave due to a low thread count
A special cloth which is opaque when lit from the front but transparent when lit from the back.
Thin, sheer, open weave fabric typically made of cotton or silk.
Gauze is a sheer, lightweight, low-count, plain- or leno-weave balanced fabric made up spun yarns. It is often cotton, rayon, or a blend of these fibers. Indian gauze has a crinkled look and is available in a variety of fabric weights.
(medicine) bleached cotton cloth of plain weave used for bandages and dressings
a net of transparent fabric with a loose open weave
a woven cloth in which the warp threads cross each other and return to their places (they do not twist around each other as in warp twining)
Thin, sheer-woven cotton, wool, silk, or synthetic fabric, similar to cheesecloth.
A plain weave fabric with widely spaced yarns. Some weights of gauze can be stiffened for curtains or other apparel purposes.
Any thin and often transparent fabric made from any fiber in a plain weave.
A thin, sheer fabric with a loose, extremely open weave. Think gauze bandages and you've got the picture.
A semi transparent fabric.
A transparent fabric with a loose open weave created by twisting weft threads as they pass through the shed.
A thin, sheer plain-weave fabric made from cotton, wool, silk, rayon, or other manufactured fibers. End-uses include curtains, apparel, trimmings, and surgical dressings.
a very thin, transparent, plain-weave fabric made from cotton, wool, silk, rayon or synthetic fibres.
A loosely-woven cloth on which a scene can be painted. When lit from the front, it is opaque and only the painted scene is seen; when lit from behind, however, it becomes transparent. Commonly used in pantomime.
a very lightweight and soft weave that is almost transparent.
Thin, transparent fabrics made of leno or plain weave or a combination of the two. Formerly made of all silk, it is now made of cotton, linen, wool, mohair, synthetic fibers, or combinations. Espe cially useful for glass curtains.
a thin often transparent fabric used chiefly for clothing or draperies.
A loosely woven, lightweight, sheer fabric.
An absorbent fabric with an open weave that is usually made of cotton. Sterile gauze is often used as a material for dressing wounds.
Lightweight, open-textured fabric made in plain weave a simple leno weave
see-through net like fabric, can be made of thin wire used for allowing the air to pass through in the venting of stunt kites for use in higher wind, or placed at the opening vents of a foil.
a thin transparent fabric made from any fibre in a plain or leno weave.
A very light, sheer, fine woven fabric. ;
A lightweight open texture fabric produced in a plain weave or a simple leno weave.
A sheer, open-weave fabric usually cotton or silk. It is suitable for blouses, dresses and curtains.
is a sheer, lightly woven fabric similar to cheesecloth. Is also made in silk.
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A lightweight fabric with a very open weave. Typically made of cotton, gauze is most often associated with surgical dressings and curtains, but can also be used for warm-weather shirtings and dresses.
Gauze is a thin, translucent fabric with a loose open weave. Its name may derive etymologically from the Persian word for silk, via the Spanish word "gasa".