A sort of cotton velveteen, having the surface raised in ridges.
Trousers or breeches of corduroy.
This strong, durable fabric is made with vertically cut wales on medium to heavyweight cotton pile. The original name "corde du roi" means "cord of the king".
A pile fabric with the pile cut into continuous narrow ridges. It was invented in France, and for years it was a specialty of royalty. The name of the fabric means "cord of the king".
French word meaning "Cord of the King." Cotton fabric featuring vertical wales, which are designated in width as 1/4â€³ cord (larger wales), 1/8â€³ cord (smaller wales), high/low (varigated cords), and so on..
A narrow ribbed fabric of rayon velvet cut pile. Popular in the 19th century for hunting attire, breeches and coats.
(Jargon Rating= 1) A cotton fabric formed into ridges ideal for making old mans trousers.
A thick woven fabric with a raised pile running lengthwise down the fabric; often used for pants or jackets.
A strong, durable, woven fabric characterized by vertical cut pile stripes or cords with a velvet- like nap. Corduroy is classified by the number of wales or cords to the inch. It is traditionally of cotton but may be cotton blends or other fibers as well. It is common in men's women's and children's apparel especially trousers.
napped fabric with ridges
A pile fabric with ribs called wales, running lengthwise down the fabric. These wales may vary in width from fine (pinwales) to wide wale. Corduroy is strong and durable with a velvet-like nap.
Medium to heavyweight cotton pile fabric with wales, usually cut vertically. This strong, durable fabric, originally used by the household staff of French kings, was called corde du roi or "cord of the king."
A cut-pile fabric with raised vertical ribbing.
Cut pile fabric woven with either wide or narrow wales formed by using extra filling. Back may be either plain or twill weave, the latter being better quality.
A pile corded fabric in which the rib has been sheared or woven to produce a smooth, velvet-like nap.
Corduroy is a filling-yarn pile fabric where the pile is created by long-filling floats that are cut and brushed in the finishing process. The ground weave may be either a plain or twill weave.
a cut pile fabric with vertical ribs; usually made of cotton
A fabric with ridges of pile (cords) running lengthwise. Cords are measured by “wales”. The higher the wale number, the thinner the cord.
A durable woven cotton fabric that is often used in its medium-weight form for items such as shirts, slacks, jackets and trim, Its most recognizable characteristic is its lengthwise wales (also known as cords).
Cotton corduroy was widely used by workers in the 19th century and became a popular fabric by the early 20th century because of its warmth and durability.
A cotton or synthetic fabric with lengthwise wales of cut pile, which create pronounced vertical lines, or wales. It is durable, casual and available in a wide variety of colors and prints.
A fabric, usually made of cotton, utilizing a cut-pile weave construction. Extra sets of filling yarns are woven into the fabric to form ridges of yarn on the surface. The ridges are built so that clear lines can be seen when the pile is cut.
When a snowcat freshly grooms a trail it will leave a finely ridged surface. Corduroy is usual very nice for laying out clean turns.
A pile fabric with the pi le usually cut into ridges. The fabric was developed in France and for years was a specialty of royalty, thus its name which means cord of the king.
a fabric with a cut-pile weave construction. Usually made of cotton, the fabric displays prominent ridges. The name comes from the French corded u roi, meaning ‘cord of the king', because this hard-wearing fabric was originally worn by the servants of French royalty.
Soft-fibers gathered from the seed pod of the cotton plant. This is man's oldest cloth-making material first used by people of India and Egypt 3,000 years ago.
A durable, usually cotton-pile fabric with vertical ribs or wales that come in a variety of widths and depths. Part of the velvet family of fabrics, it has a soft luster and wears well.
French for "Cord of the King," this cotton fabric has vertical wales, which are designated in width as 1/4" cord (larger wales), 1/8" cord (smaller wales), high/low ( varigated cords), etc. alter dress- consists of two pieces of a material that meet behind the neck. This style may range from thin, spaghetti straps that tie to draped fabric that crosses at the collarbone and meets behind the neck. ermaid - This skirt hugs the body until it reaches the knees or just below and then ends in a dramatic flare.
A ribbed pile fabric.
Fabric (usually cotton) made with a cut-pile weave where extra sets of filling yarns are woven into the fabric to form ridges of yarn on the surface.
A cotton or rayon cut pile fabric with ridges or cords in the pile which run lengthwise. Extensively used for upholstery, especially in modern treatments.
A cut weft pile fabric producing the effect of ribs in the direction of the warp. Traditionally used for producing hard wearing garments.
cut-filling pile-cloth with narrow to wide wales running in the warp direction of the fabric. Using an extra set of filling yarns in construction makes this effect. The back of the cloth is a plain or twill weave. It is usually all-cotton, but many corduroys can be blended with polyester, nylon or other fibers.
Wove, cut weft-pile fabric where the cut pile runs in vertical cords along the length of the fabric. A number of different types are found, ranging from pincord (very fine cords) to elephant cord (very broad cords).
Corduroy is a durable cloth ;
A cotton or rayon velvet that's woven with ridges (or cords).
A pile fabric with regularly spaced, parallel ridges.
A fabric, usually made of cotton or a cotton blend, utilizing a cut-pile weave construction. The ''wale'' indicates the number of cords in one inch. Suitable for jackets, pants and skirts.
Mechanically groomed surfaced usually used for practicing new manuevers or carving.
Corduroy is cut pile fabric, usually made of cotton, in which the ribbed pile is produced with a supplementary weft yarn.
A cut filling pile cloth with narrow to wide ribs, can be found in polyester, and man-made blends.