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What is "Double Cloth" - Definition & Explanation
A fabric consisting of 2 layers woven together on the same loom. The fabrics may be held together with binder threads or interwoven. The 2 layers often are of different patterns, colors or weaves. Used for coatings, sportswear, blankets, upholstery.
A fabric construction, in which two fabrics are woven on the loom at the same time, one on top of the other. In the weaving process, the two layers of woven fabric are held together using binder threads. The woven patterns in each layer of fabric can be similar or completely different.
A compound fabric produced by the weaving together of two pieces of cloth.
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Some more terms:
Phulkari
Literally, "flowered work". Term used for a type of embroidery practiced by women in the Punjab for head-veils and other garment-pieces. The embroidery is worked in floss-silk upon coarse cotton...

Salvage
Narrow edge of woven fabric (warp direction) usually of stronger yarns or denser construction than body of...

Raw Material
A natural unprocessed material used in a manufacturing process; defined as “unfinished goods consumed by a manufacturer in the production of finished...

Colorfastness
The ability of a fabric to withstand exposure to sunlight, dry cleaning and laundering without fading or running. The types of fiber, dye and treatment used for setting the color determine how...

Satin Weave
A weave in which the filling fibers go over many warp fibers before going under a warp fiber, creating the illusion that the fibers are floating, and creating fabric that is very shiny but easily....

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