Softer and shiner than crepe back satin and lighter in weight. Typically rayon or silk.
Fr.] - Opaque fabric with a semi-dull luster, and a texture that slightly crinkles and falls in a soft drape. Crepe de chine is woven from raw silk and varies in weights.
Crepe de Chine means crepe from china in French. Crepe de Chine has a fine, firm hand and a somewhat lustrous, smooth, slippery surface. Popular fabric used for making clothing Crepe de Chine has a soft, graceful drape that falls into limp, soft ripples and flares. Best for: Semi-fitted, lose-fitting Blouses, Shirts, lightweight Dresses and Lingerie.
French for "Crepe from China." Unlike standard crepe, this is made of silk and tiny bumps or irregularities.
very soft China crepe.
A soft, thin, but opaque, lightweight fabric with a crinkled surface.
a very thin crepe of silk or silklike fabric
A lightweight fabric with a plain weave, very drapey.
A lightweight fabric, traditionally of silk, with a crinkly surface.
A lightweight plain weave fabric usually of silk or man made filament yarns with a slight crepe texture produces by using high twist yarns . Used in blouses and dresses.
krepp deh SHEEN] - A fine, lightweight crepe usually made of silk.
Silk crepe de chine has a slightly crinkly surface create with highly twisted fibers. It comes in three weights: 2 ply, appropriate for blouses and lingerie; 3 ply, appropriate for dresses, fuller pants and dresses; and 4 ply, most luxurious and best for trousers and jackets.
A soft, thin, easily draped fabric of silk, rayon or polyester.