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What is "Greige" - Definition & Explanation

A fabric that has not been bleached, dyed or finished after production. If woven sometimes called loomstate.
A term used to describe textile products prior to bleaching, dying or finishing. Some greige textiles may, however, contain dyed or finished yarns.
This is the name for bleached or unbleached woven cotton fabric that is used for dyeing or printing.

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