A strong, closely woven linen or cotton fabric, of which ticks for beds are made. It is usually twilled, and woven in stripes of different colors, as white and blue; -- called also ticken.
a general term for a strong, tightly woven fabric most often used for mattress and box spring covers but also for workwear and other apparel. Often found in a pattern of narrow stripes on either side of a wider stripe. They are commonly dark warp stripes on a white ground.
Ticking is a tightly woven, durable fabric usually used for covering mattresses, box springs and pillows. Ticking is commonly made of cotton.
closely-woven strong linen or cotton, used for mattresses.
A striped cotton originally used to cover mattresses. Traditional ticking has narrow black-and-white stripes, but modern tickings come in a range of colors. White downproof ticking is intended for cushion pads but can also be made up into curtains and shades.
A very durable striped linen or cotton fabric with a twill weave. This closely woven material is primarily used for mattress and pillow coverings.
A variety of fabrics are known as "ticking." The main weave is a closely-woven, thick yarn twill. Spaced, colored, and natural or white yarns repeated in the warp, and all natural or white in the filling, forming a stripe. Several color combinations used, as blue and white, brown and white, red and white. Heavy warp-face sateens as well as heavy sheetings are printed and sold as ticking. Jacquard damask ticking woven in damask effects also sold for this purpose as well as other fabrics, such as drills.
a strong fabric used for mattress and pillow covers
A striped cotton, often used for covering mattresses and pillows.
A heavy twill made with a colored yarn stripe in the warp.
A closely woven satin or twill weave commonly in linen or cotton. Striped ticking- narrow colored stripes on a white or cream background- is the most popular motif.
Fabric for covering mattresses and foundations. Common type include: damask, knit, print, woven stripe and non-woven.
A tightly woven, very durable fabric, usually made of cotton, and used for covering mattresses, box springs, pillows, and work clothes. The fabric can be made by using a plain, satin, or twill weave construction.
Ticking is the outer fabric covering on a sleep set.
a tightly woven, very durable fabric, usually black and white, made of cotton and commonly associated with mattress and pillow coverings.
The fabric covering of a mattress or foundation.
A (usually striped) cotton or linen fabric used for mattress covers, slipcovers and curtains.
A strong, durable cotton or linen fabric used for upholstery and mattress covering.
The protective fabric cover that encases the support and comfort layers of the mattress.
Fabric used for mattress covers and pillows.
originally a twill blue and cream vertical, woven striped fabric used to make "ticks" or mattress and pillow casings. Historically used on walls, also for draperies and other interior uses. Mattress ticking may also be satin damask ticking, or ticking damask. TISSUE PICK- Term which describes supplementary filling yarn or yarns which "float"along the back of fabric in bands, and are brought up in selected areas for added color detail on the face of a fabric.
A compactly woven, striped cotton cloth that often has a white background with blue or brown stripes in the motif. In apparel, it is used for sportswear and work clothes.
A heavyweight twill fabric. It is usually striped and primarily used for mattress and pillow covers.
A stiffened, striped, woven fabric, traditionally in black and white and used for making mattresses. Modern derivatives are not as stiff and come in a wide range of colours. Currently enjoying a revival in its popularity, it is an ideal fabric for a more informal setting.
Ticking is a general term for a strong, durable, closely woven fabric in plain, twill, or satin weave, which is used for covering box springs, mattresses, and pillows.
Woven fabric used to cover mattresses, box springs, and pillows.
originally a twill blue and cream vertical, woven striped fabric used to make "ticks" or mattress and pillow casings. Historically used on walls, also for draperies and other interior uses. Mattress ticking may also be satin damask ticking, or ticking damask. There are currently many styles and colors available in a variety of finishes and fibres.