A kind of cloth, usually cotton, made in imitation of velvet; cotton velvet.
a woven fabric generally of cotton or a cotton blend with a short, dense pile resembling velvet. Velveteen differs from velvet in that it is usually made with cotton, it generally has a shorter pile and it is a filling pile fabric whereas velvet is a warp pile fabric . Used for women's wear, drapery, upholstery.
A cotton fabric that mimics velvet.
With its soft hand, depth of color and easy care, versatile cotton velveteen is a perfect complement to your casual wardrobe.
Cotton fabric made with a cut pile technique, which creates depth and richness in the cloth.
Velveteen is a filling-pile fabric made with long floats that are cut in the finishing process. The ground fabric can have a plain or twill weave. The pile in velveteen is short. Velveteen is usually a spunyarn fabric.
a usually cotton fabric with a short pile imitating velvet
A plain-weave cotton or cotton-blend fabric that resembles velvet. It has a closely sheared weft pile and is always woven singly.
A cotton cut-pile weave fabric, utilizing extra fill yarn construction, with either a twill or a plain weave back. The fabric is woven with two sets of filling yarns; the extra set creates the pile.
A cut weft-pile fabric in which the cut fibres form the surface of the cloth. It is usually made from cotton and may be dyed or printed.
a velvet made with cotton rather than silk fibres.
A material made from cotton and which is otherwise similar to velvet.
A cotton or cotton blend fabric with a short, dense pile. It lacks the sheen and drape of velvet. It is perfect for drapes and home dÃ©cor items as well as pants, jackets and skirts.
Velveteen is a fabric with a single weft, similar to velvet but generally much softer and typically used for apparel.
Cotton fabric made with a cut pile technique resembling velvet to create depth and richness in the cloth is called velveteen.
Similar to velvet, but made of cotton.
An archival paper with fabric-like, velvety texture.
Velveteen is a cotton cloth made in imitation of velvet. The term is sometimes applied to a mixture of silk and cotton. Some velveteens are a kind of fustian, having a rib of velvet pile alternating with a plain depression.