A sheer fabric of polyester/silk with a crinkle crepe-like surface.
lightweight, sheer fabric often made from silk or man-made fibers such as polyester. More opaque than chiffon.
Available in many fibers and a fine fabric with a crepelike texture. It is available in a wide range of colors and drapes well. It can be used for lightweight curtains for beds and windows and for Austrian blinds.
Similar to Crepe, but without the sheen.
Sheer and strong silk fabric with a dull creped surface. Fabric has a grainy, sheer texture and a thin, very dry hand. Georgette is durable, but it snags easily and is extremely difficult to sew. Best for: loose, full styles to make Blouses, bias-cut, flared Skirts and Dresses, Eveningwear and Scarves.
A lightweight sheer fabric made of either silk or synthetic with a fine crepe surface. Also known as georgette or georgette crepe.
A sheer, fine and lightweight fabric with a slightly dry hand
A crepe-like fabric which drapes nicely and is somewhat sheer.
Georgette is a sheer, lightweight, plain weave fabric made with fine-crepe yarns. It is crepier and less lustrous than chiffon.
a thin silk dress material
A sheer lightweight fabric, often made of silk or from such manufactured fibers as polyester, with a crepe surface. End-uses include dresses and blouses.
a sheer, lightweight, plain-weave fabric with a fine, wrinkled surface similar to crepe. It may also be called crepe georgette or georgette crepe.
This is a light knitted fabric that will stretch some. We use it to make pleats and our special Rosettes
Sheer crepe woven from hard-twisted yarns/threads to produce a dull pebbly surface.
a thin strong clothing crepe of fibers woven from hard-twisted yarns to produce a dull pebbly surface. Lightweight, heavy, sheer fabric. Has quite a bit of stiffness and body. Gives excellent wear. Has a dull, crinkled surface. Achieved by alternating S and Z yarns in a high twist in both warp and filling directions. Georgette has a harser, duller, more crinkled feel and appearance than crepe de chine.
A sheer, lightweight plain-weave fabric with a fine crepe surface. Sometimes silk, sometimes synthetic. Also called crepe georgette or georgette crepe.
Fine, lightweight, plain weave, crÃªpe fabric, usually having two highly twisted S and two highly twisted Z yarns alternately in both warp and weft.
Characterized by its crispness, body and durability, georgette is a sheer fabric of silk or synthetic material with a dull, slightly crinkled surface.
A fine lightweight open fabric woven in crêpe yarns. Geotextile A permeable textile cloth used in contact with soil or rock as part of a civil engineering operation.
A drapey woven fabric created from highly twisted yarns creating a pebbly texture. It is semi-sheer and suitable for blouses, full pants and flowing dresses.
A fine, light-weight, open-texture fabric, usually in a plain weave, made from crepe yarns, usually having two S-twisted and two Z-twisted yams alternately in both warp and weft.
a lightweight, plain weave, crepe fabric with a pebbly texture and slightly raspy hand. Uses high twist yarns which alternate between S and Z twist every thread or 2 in both warp and weft . Used for blouses, dresses.