Lightweight open-weave fabric made of tightly twisted combed yarns that give it a grainy feel and a crisp hand.
a sheer, plain weave fabric with a crisp, wiry hand resulting from the use of high twist yarns . Most commonly made of cotton, but also of silk, rayon, wool, acetate or other fibers. Used for blouses, dresses curtains.
A thin dress fabric of cotton or wool, woven from hard-twisted yarns with an open texture.
Usually used for summer clothing for women, it is a soft and light fabric piece made of cotton, silk or wool.
A light plainly woven sheer fabric of cotton, rayon, silk, or manmade fabric used for making curtains or dresses.
(voil): a thin, sheer fabric, as of cotton
very sheer, lightweight fabric with a crisp hand
A light plain-weave cotton or man-made fabric. Suitable for sheer curtains.
Usually a plain-weave nylon that creates an open-mesh and transparent cloth.
Voile is a soft, yet firm sheer fabric of plain weave. It's generally made of combed hard-twisted single yarns, although ply yarns are also used. It has about the same number of yarns in warp as in filling, which produces a clinging effect. Occasionally dots are woven in, and a crisp finish given the fabric; then is sold as dotted Swiss. Used for children's wear, blouses, and dresses.
a light semitransparent fabric
a light plain weave, semi sheer, cotton fabric
a special type of fabric construction
A fine, sheer fabric usually made of polyester.
A sheer; transparent, soft, lightweight plain weave fabric made of highly twisted yarns. it can be composed of wool, cotton, silk or a man-made fiber.
A plain weave, semisheer fabric made from tightly twisted yarns. It is available in a variety of textures and colors, sometimes with novelty effects.
A crisp, lightweight, plain weave cotton-like fabric, made with high twist yarns in a high yarn count construction. Similar in appearance to organdy and organza.
This fabric is made from hard-spun yarns in a lightweight, open texture. The weave is plain, approximately square. The yarns are cotton, worsted, silk or manufactured continuous filament.
A semicrisp, sheer cotton fabric with highly twisted yarns in a plain weave. Voile is French for veil (the fabric was originally used to make veils).
A semi-transparent fabric made of combed, high twist yarns. Often preferred for sheer window treatments for its drapability and soft, flowing character.
Light plain-weave cotton fabric often used for a sheer curtain window treatment.
Plain weave, semi-sheer, lightweight fabric made with fine, fairly highly twisted yarns. Originally made from cotton, now other fibres are sometimes used.
A fine, sheer, crisp fabric woven from cotton, silk, wool or synthetic fibers.
A lightweight, open-weave fabric made from silk, cotton, or rayon; soft, used especially for women's summer clothing.
A crisp, lightweight, plain weave cotton-like fabric, similar in appearance to organdy and organza. It is appropriate for curtains as well as blouses and dresses.
A sheer lightweight fabric used to make sheets, pillows, shams, duvet covers and draperies for canopy beds. wabi-sabi Representing a Japanese worldview, it's a style of perceiving art and the beauty that pervades all things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete.
A lightweight, simply woven textile that is semi-translucent.