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What is "Waterfall" - Definition & Explanation

Waterfall back cushion: An back cushion of one or more semi-attached cushions, with the atttachment at the top of each section.
Waterfall skirt: AKA Dressmaker skirt: a skirt that begins at the front of the deck and/or top of the outside back and reaches the floor.
Waterfall seat cushion: one whose cover fabric goes from the back boxing wraps the front and returns to the other side of the back boxing. That is, it has boxing on the sides and back only.

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A yarn that is intentionally produced to have a special or unique effect. These effects can be produced by twisting together uneven single yarns, by using yarns that contain irregularities, or by...
A fabric made in a double knit construction, usually produced in one color rather than color patterns. This plain fabric has an elastic quality with a slight horizontal line. The fabric looks the...
The distance from the bottom of the trouser leg to the top of the pant at the waist. The measurement is taken along the outside leg seam that joins the front and back leg panels, and includes the...
A Sheer Fabric Often A Lawn Or Batiste, Usually Of Cotton Or Cotton Blend, With A Small Dot Pattern. The Dots Are Usually Woven Into The Fabric But May Be Flocked Or Printed . Used For Curtains,...
Made from cotton, linen, rayon in a plain or twill weave. Quality and price vary a great deal. The warp counts are finer than the filling counts which are spun rather loose. Strong substantial and...

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