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Yarns Corespun- elastic in nature Loop- loops on both sides of yarn Sss- always cotton… look at yarn and if nothing comes out Simple plie- two twists Crepe- Multifilament- can pull out many yarns Retine- two colors, loosely woven threads in between Slub, thick n thin- Chenille- protruding yarns Crepe- grainy in structure Flake or flock- always multi colored Plain Osnaburg- a bit rought, coarser yarns Muslin-foam fabric, can be printed as well as plain; carded and combed Percale- lightweight; combed and carded yarns; not sheer; usually plain colored Crinoline- starchy and crispy, every yarn is visible Burlap- made of jute Bastiste- highly combed; very fine; semi transparent; low count Ninon or chiffon- usually synthetic; soft; lightweight Organdy- crisp Voile- hard twists; a little bit grainy; sheer Organza- not crisp and shiny Butcher linen- heavy weight; thicker weft than warp Silk noil- Seersucker- can be basket or plain weave Lawn- opaque and lightweight; high count Geogette- crepe yarns, reversible
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