A very fine linen (or sometimes cotton) fabric with a rather open texture. Lawn is used for the sleeves of a bishop's official dress in the English Church, and, figuratively, stands for the office itself.
A finely woven fabric - usually linen.
a fine, sheer cloth of linen or cotton, used for blouses, curtains, etc.
A very fine linen or cotton fabric with a fairly open-weave texture, used in making dresses.
a thin, light, crisp, plain weave fabric usually of cotton, cotton bends or linen. More firm than batiste or voile but less firm than organdy.
Lawn is a fine, opaque, lightweight, and plain weave fabric usually made of combed-cotton or cottonblend yarns. The fabric may be bleached, dyed, or printed.
A lightweight, sheer; fine fabric which can be given a soft or crisp finish; it is sized and calendered to produce a soft, lustrous appearance.
A fine, sheer fabric, originally made from linen. Today, it is commonly made from cotton or cotton and synthetic blends. It is similar to, but somewhat stiffer then, batiste.
A light, fine cloth made using carded or combed, linen or cotton yarns. The fabric has a crease-resistant, crisp finish.
a light, fine cloth made using linen or cotton. The fabric is crease-resistant and is often associated with fine quality handkerchiefs.
Fine, plain weave fabric, traditionally of cotton on linen.
Lawn is a fine linen or cotton cloth. ;
is a plain weave, soft, very light, combed cotton fabric with a crisp finish.
A sheer, lightweight, high-count, calendered cotton fabric; lawn is most often used for handkerchiefs and girls' and women's blouses and dresses