A typical uncut pile weave fabric. Very absorbent.
A cotton fabric with moisture-absorbing loop pile covering the entire surface on one or both sides. Used for home fashions, as well as summer apparel.
A woven cloth (usually cotton) used for making bathrobes and towels, with small loops on one or both sides to give it a soft, cushy feel.
woven or knitted fabric with a pile weave of uncut loops
Type of cloth that has uncut loops on the pile.
A cloth pile fabric with uncut loops on both sides.
a pile fabric (usually cotton) with uncut loops on both sides; used to make bath towels and bath robes
A typical uncut pile weave fabric. This fabric is formed by using two sets of warp yarns. One set of warp yarns is under very little tension; when the filling yarns are packed into place, these loose yarns are pushed backward along with the filling yarns, and loops are formed. Typical uses include towels, robes, and apparel.
An absorbent fabric with uncut loops forming the pile. The longer the loops are, the greater the absorbency. Long-wearing, easy to launder and does not require ironing.
A knit fabric, usually in cotton, that has a plush pile formed of loops on one side. These loops increase the fabricâ€(tm)s absorbency typically used for towels, robes and beachwear garments.
Terry cloth is a type of cloth with loops sticking out. Most bath towels are examples of Terry cloth. ;
Unclipped, looped pile, 100% cotton terry cloth is highly absorbent. French Terry has a looped reverse and a knit-like face.
Made from uncut loops of fabric, usually cotton, terry is both strong and absorbent. As a result, it's the most common fabric for towels.