yarn-dyed


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yarn-dyed

adj
(Dyeing) (of fabric) dyed while still in yarn form, before being woven. Compare piece-dyed
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Garnier Thiebaut and Le Jacquard Francais table lines are yarn-dyed woven damasks.
If's made from jacquard-woven bamboo and is yarn-dyed and provides both practical warmth and a decorative bedding or decor option.
2TopShop navy T shirt pounds 8, white skirt with blue and red stripes along the hem pounds 25 3Matalan yarn-dyed stripe blazer pounds 22 and nautical denim cropped jean pounds 12
The initial product assortment will include such items as yarn-dyed polo shirts, a constructed linen sport utility jacket with a satin butterfly yoke, and an all-over embroidered full-zip hood.
Despite early losses as it exited the yarn-dyed business, Plains Cotton Cooperative Association (PCCA) at Lubbock, Texas, rebounded from a sub-par year in 2001, thanks in part to an improved denim market, President Van May told shareholders at the 49th annual meeting in September.
Woven in the United States with 100% yarn-dyed polyester fibers, Woven Jacquard Crypton is manufactured to provide extremely versatile seating fabrics.
However, the plant is generally expected to be a light weight yarn-dyed facility containing opening, spinning, yarn dying, weaving and finishing operations, which will produce fine and medium yarn count shirting fabrics that are in demand in the Western Hemisphere but currently are supplied primarily from Asia.
Garnier Thiebaut and Le Jaquard table linens are yarn-dyed woven damasks, while Beauville is silk-screened with up to twenty different colors printed on a soft satin.
More conventionally sized prints and yarn-dyed beach towels are available as well.
Lower denim prices and the exit from yarn-dyed products last year were the primary causes of the sales decline.
Russell Corporation is a vertically integrated, international manufacturer and marketer of activewear, athletic uniforms, better knit shirts, licensed sports apparel, sports and casual socks, and a line of lightweight, yarn-dyed woven fabrics.