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What is "Cross Dyeing" - Definition & Explanation

The dyeing of a yarn or fabric containing a mixture of fibres, at least one of which is coloured separately.
The Dyeing Of One Component Of A Mixture Of Fibres Of Which At Least One Is Already Coloured.
A method of dyeing fabrics to two or more shades by using unlike dyes for different fibers.
The dyeing of a fabric that consists of two or more fibre types.

Some other terms

Some more terms:

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Trade name for a polyester fibre. It blends well with other fibres, can be bleached and takes dye well. Used mainly in the manufacture of clothing, curtaining, furnishings, and fillings for pillows...
In societies with Jewish and / or Christian traditions, certain types of ceremonial clothing are associated with particular occasions. Birth Many Western religions welcome a new-born child into...
A tightly woven fabric made by using only long staple, combed wool or wool-blend yarns. The fabric has a hard, smooth surface. Gabardine is an example of a worsted fabric. A common end use is men's...
Removal of loose threads, knots, slubs, burs, and other extraneous materials from fabrics by means of a burling iron, a type of tweezer. The trick is to remove the impurity without damaging the...

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