A knit or woven fabric with a looped, knotted surface made from a rough, curly, knotted yarn. Bouclé is often used in sportswear and coats.
A fabric of uneven yarn. The yarn has three plies, one of which forms a loop, creating an uneven knobby effect on the fabric
A fancy novelty yarn that creates a loopy, textural surface in knitting.
Bouclé, a fabric woven or knitted from curled or specially twisted yarn, has small loops on the surface, which gives it a kinky appearance. The curls do not cover the entire surface but occur at intervals, distinguishing it from astrakhan. Often made in coating weights but also in lighter weights for dress goods and sweaters.
Is a woven or knit fabric with bouclé yarns. The loops of the novelty yards create a mock-pile surface.
Looped yarn producing a rough, nubby appearance on woven or knitted fabrics. Usually used on outerwear, i.e. coats.
A compound yarn comprising a twisted core with an effect-yarn wrapped around it so as to produce loops on the surface.
A French word meaning curled, used to describe a looped or curly effect in a knitting yarn or in a knitted or woven fabric. See fancy yarn.
(pronounced boo-clay) - A heavy textured loop pile.
A cloth made from a yarn that has a loose thread, giving the fabric a tufted or knotted texture.
From the French word meaning buckled, a woven or knit fabric with a looped or knotted surface that creates a spongy effect. It is used in sportswear and coats.
Bouclé is a novelty yarn which is looped and crimped to produce a pebbly surface.