A kind of heavy colored fabric, either all silk, or silk and worsted, or silk and cotton, often called terry velvet, used for upholstery and trimmings.
a fabric with uncut loops on one or both sides . May be woven or knit. Used for toweling, robes. Knit versions such as french terry have loops on one side and are sometimes brushed to produce a fleece.
A pile fabric with uncut loops, used especially for towels.
towelling fabric used to make nappies & gives a 'Fairy baby' look.
Fabric with loop pile on one or both sides. It is usually made of cotton, and depending on the nap style it creates different useful fabrics.
A woven fabric, usually cotton, with loop pile on one or both sides.
a pile fabric (usually cotton) with uncut loops on both sides; used to make bath towels and bath robes
A textile product with terry loops.
A looped pile construction used inside most athletic socks and some work socks.
a woven fabric, usually made of cotton, with looped pile on either one of both sides.
An absorbent uncut pile fabric with loops forming the pile.
The loop formed by the pile of a fabric when left uncut.
A soft fabric designed with 2 sets of vertical yarns, one is woven tightly and the other is left loose to form the loops.
A warp loop pile fabric, predominantly cotton, used for towelling and nappies.
A towel with loops. The longer and more dense the loops, the thicker and more absorbent and more luxurious the towel.
Very thick terry fabric square nappy.