rough cloth. (Othello)
Heavily twisted yarn provides a coarse texture of cut pile. (See also Hard Twist.)
(1) A yarn that has been very tightly twisted to give a rough or nubby appearance to the finished carpet pile. (2) A cut-pile carpet made of highly twisted yarns normally plied and heatset. A kinked or curly yarn effect is achieved.
A carpet made from a tightly twisted fiber that provides a rough "nubby" appearance.
Carpet made with a yarn that has been given a high twist so it curls upon itself, giving a textured appearance to the carpet. A frieze carpet is trackless, durable and has a distinct textural appearance.
Used to present a rough appearance, this is when yarn is twisted tightly.
Pronounced "free-zay," this tightly twisted yarn gives carpet a rough, nubby appearance.
( "free-zay.") A tightly twisted yarn is used to give a rough, nubby appearance to carpet pile. Frieze carpets may be loop or cut styles. It is also carpet made from frieze yams. Because the yarn is so tightly twisted as to curl in on itself, it provides superior texture retention for a longer period of time - which means that your carpet will look newer, longer.
Tightly curled or twisted yarn that gives carpet a textured appearance good for hiding footprints. Pronounced free-zay.
Carpet with twisted-fiber pile; it has a plush look but yarns are uncut tight twists are locked in by a heat-set process.