A pattern is woven into the fabric, giving it something of a quilted appearance.
thick, double fabric with a quilted-like top texture and raised patterns
A cotton jacquard fabric. The term refers to the type of weave. It is a triple-woven fabric. This weaving process creates the signature raised pattern/appearance.
Matelassé a raised figured pattern in a blistered, quilted effect. Woven on a Jacquard or dobby loom. Double warp-face material stitched together in warp and filling. Face of cloth has a fine warp and filling, the back a fine warp and heavy filling. Comes in various weights and used for blouses, dresses, and upholstery.
Is a double-cloth fabric woven to create a three-dimensional texture with a puckered or almost quilted look. Matelassés are made on jacquard or dobby looms often with crepe yarns or very coarse cotton yarns. When finished, the shrinkage of the crepe yarn or the coarse cotton yarn creates the puckered appearance. It is used in apparel as well as furnishings.
A medium to heavyweight luxury fabric made in a double cloth construction to create a blistered or quilted surface. Common end-uses are upholstery, draperies, and evening dresses.
A soft, jacquard-woven fabric, which has a quilted, puckered surface appearance that adds dimension and texture. Used most often in coverlets.
A fabric finish that suggests or imitates the indentations of a quilt.
A double-woven fabric with puckered surface effects.
French, meaning to cushion or pad. Refers to fabric with a quilted surface produced on the loom. A figured or brocaded cloth with a raised pattern.
A heavy, upholstery-weight fabric made in a double-cloth construction to create a quilted surface.