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What is "Panne" - Definition & Explanation

French word meaning plush. It resembles velvet but has a much longer pile. It has high luster and is made in silk, silk blends or with synthetics.
A satin-faced. velvet or silk material named from the French 'or "plush," which has a high luster made possible by the tremendous roller- pressure treatment given the matenial in finishing.
A Fabric Which Has Had The Surface Flattened By Heavy Roller Pressure Giving It Luster . Often Done On Pile Fabrics, Knits, Or Satins.

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