A kind of transparent light but stiff muslin.
stiff transparent dress fabric.
A thin, fine muslin that may be plain or figured. It was often stiffened, and used for dresses.
A very thin transparent stiff wiry muslin fabric used for dresses neckwear trimmings and curtains. Swiss organdy is chemically treated and keeps its crisp transparent finish through many launderings. Organdy without chemical treatment loses its crispness in laundering and has to be restarched. Organdy crushes or musses but is easily pressed. Shadow organdy has a faint printed design in self-color.
A plain woven fabric that is fine and sheer, with a crisp finish, often used for dresses.
Sheer, lightweight cotton fabric with a stiff, crisp, clear finish.
A transparent and stiff fabric, typically of a muslin material that can withstand multiple washings and still retain its crispness.
Organdy is a transparent, crisp, lightweight; plain-weave fabric made of cotton-spun yarns. The fabric has been parchmentized to create the crisp, wiry hand.
a sheer stiff muslin
A fine, thin cotton fabric usually having a durable crisp finish, white, dyed, or printed: used for blouses, dresses, curtains, trimmings, etc. Also,"or gan·die."
A fine transparent cloth.
A finely woven, transparent fabric made from combed cotton or nylon with a crisp finish. Available in pale colors, it can be plain, printed or embroidered.
A stiffened, sheer, lightweight plain weave fabric, with a medium to high yarn count. End-uses include blouses, dresses, and curtains/draperies.
A thin, sheer muslin fabric, often used in ribbons.
A crisp, transparent cotton fabric. Many PBteen organdy panels feature embroidered and appliquéd detail.
A thin, very stiff, lightweight, plain weave fabric usually of cotton or cotton blends. It is often treated to make the crisp finish permanent. Used for apparel trim such as collars and cuffs, evening wear, dresses, curtains.
a very fine transparent muslin with a stiff finish. Some has lappet, swivel, or flocked designs. Made with tightly twisted yarns. Crispness is due to a finish with starch and calendering which washes out, or a permanent crispness obtained with chemicals (Heberlein process). Wrinkles badly unless given a wrinkle-free finish (bellmanizing). May be bleached, dyed, printed, frosted, flocked, embroidered, or plisse. Used for fussy children's wear, trims, collars and cuffs, baby's wear, bonnets, artificial flowers, dolls clothes, millinery, summer formals, blouses, curtains, bedspreads, aprons.
(fabric) Very light and thin, transparent, stiff and wiry cotton. It will withstand repeated laundering and still retain its crispness. A true durable finish cloth. Varied colours, also prints. Primary use in curtains and drapery.
Any sheer ribbon
A stiffened, sheer, lightweight plain weave fabric, usually cotton or polyester.
is a very thin, transparent cotton with a crisp finish.
A light, sheer and crisp cotton fabric.
Organdy or organdie is the sheerest cotton cloth made. Combed yarns contribute to its appearance. Its sheerness and crispness are the result of an acid finish on lawn gray goods.