A cotton fabric, figured in the loom, -- used as a dress goods for women and children, and for vestings, etc.
A medium-weight fabric, wither knit or woven, with raised designs.
Fabric that is textured with small honeycombed blocks.
A fabric characterized by a prominent, all-over geometric texture. It is most commonly woven on a dobby loom but it is also produced as a double knit. The most common textures are cords ( either vertical or horizontal) , birdseye, waffle, honeycomb and bullseye. Produced in a variety of weights and fibers.
(pE kA'): a firmly woven cotton fabric with ribbed wales; see wales below
A firm, ribbed or raised-figure cotton fabric that was very popular for children's clothing.
A stiff, durable ribbed fabric with an embossed pattern produced by a double warp thread.
Knit fabric with raised lengthwise "cords" which are part of the weave.
tightly woven fabric with raised cords
A middle or heavyweight fabric with a small, raised v-pattern or honeycomb texture.
Single knit construction also known as honeycomb or mesh. An open knit surface with a coarser hand than jersey or interlock.
A fabric with raised, lengthwise cords that create a three-dimensional, geometric effect, usually in cotton or a cotton blend.
a woven cotton fabric with a raised waffle or diamond-shaped pattern, created during the weave. The fabric is commonly associated with polo shirts (first designed by French tennis champion Rene Lacoste in the 1920's).
The effect of having "holes" or indentations on the outside of the garment. The majority of polo shirts are produced with material with this effect. The inside of the fabric / garment is smooth
(Pee-kay) - A knit sometimes-called LaCoste because the company popularized its use. It has a distinct wrong and right side. The right side resembles a waffle and the wrong side is flat and smooth.
A fabric with a raised surface in ribs, squares, diamonds, etc. Cotton pique is stiff and absorbent, very hard wearing and washes well.
a knit fabric that is characterized by its waffle-like appearance.
A medium to heavy weight knit or woven fabric with raised cords waffles, or patterns in the vertical direction. Knitted versions are double-knit fabric constructions created on multi-feed circular knitting machines.
Medium weight or heavy fabric with raised cords that run in the warp direction. This substantial cloth is made on a dobby, jacquard, drop-box and other types of looms.
A knit sometimes called LaCoste because that company popularized its use. Has a distinct right and wrong side. The right side resembles a Honey Comb or a waffle and the wrong side is flat and smooth. Has a course firm hand an generally uses fine yarns. Also called a mesh knit. It is a variation of interlock, but has a broken surface of small indentions.
Birds eye fabric in white cotton or blend. Only correct fabric for shirt besom, vest and tie when wearing an ultra formal, white tie, full dress.
A tightly woven fabric with various raised patterns, produced especially by a double warp.
Fabric has an embossed appearance created by weaving ribbed, waffle or honeycomb patterns.
A sturdy fabric that boasts a corded waffle effect.
A durable woven or knit fabric that is characterized by an allover textured pattern, the most popular of which are the cord, diamond and honeycomb
Pique refers to a weaving style, as in "pique cotton", which is characterized by raised parallel cords or fine ribbing (for example, in the collar of a polo shirt or tennis shirt). Twilled cotton (see Twill) or corded cotton are close relatives.