tapestry weave

tap′estry weave`


n.
a weave structure in which the filling threads conceal the warp threads.
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It is produced in Egypt of a finer tapestry weave in 100 percent Egyptian sheep wool.
Its astonishing fineness apart, the remarkable feature of the tapestry weave used for Kashmir's shawls is its basic structure, which is a 2x2 twill.
The term now refers to both the construction as well as the design of these traditional rugs, conjuring an image of thick-thread tapestry weave with no pile and a formal, floral design.
Wool and linen; tapestry weave, 8 x 8" (22 x 21 cm).
PHOTO : A Saltillo blanket, wool tapestry weave, unknown Mexican, early 19th century
The company made double woven cotton pillows for QVC but the material did not go over so it's fine-turiing the tapestry weave to make pillows.
The Palladia collection features prints in muted colours, floral motifs with hints of the Orient, as well as tapestry weaves and taffeta stripes and checks.
LOS ANGELES--Brentwood Originals, a major office supplier of decorative pillows and window treatments, will tap into several popular trends this fall when it introduces collections using chenille and animal-look tapestry weaves.
There also were a lot of figurative and heraldic designs, including Donghia's Pompeii print; Ametex's new Vatican collection, which the company said is the first fabrics line to be licensed by the Vatican; Chinese-style writing in a weave from Pierre Frey; a heraldic group with shield and castles from Portfolio Textiles Other heraldic pattern included the Renaissance heat-transfer printed collection from Valdese Weavers which also showed a 16-color tapestry group called Rhapsody; the tapestry weaves Barrow Industries; the lion weave from Donghia, and the Egypt jacquard from Sati.