Mixed fabric

a textile fabric composed of two or more kinds of fiber, as a poplin.

See also: Mixed

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Akhundova noted that currently, textile products that come to the Azerbaijani market from abroad, namely China and Pakistan, are mainly made of mixed fabric, which containsa lot of polyester.
Section B with checklist of liked and disliked was tagged into natural, fabricated or mixed fabric consisting cotton, wool, nylon, polyester, cotton with nylon and cotton with polyester.
Most designers mixed fabric and chocolate, and many presented two looks instead of one -- often trousers and a dress.
Side point mixed fabric blazer [euro]89.95, blouse with peter pan collar [euro]39.95, studio trousers, [euro]79.95, Zara
Patchwork: This trend is all about patched, mixed fabric pieces.
In the case of mixed fabric (realized from carbon fibers and aramide fibers tows) the arrangement of tows is different.
The Italians were being particularly innovative as they had mixed fabric and leather in sofas, although generally leather is still in the ascendency with a wide range being used by the upholstery manufacturers.
The pair have just mixed Fabric 38, taking their atmospheric, intricate sound and beefing it up with groove lead direction that's more inviting and melodic than previous productions.
Anytime one of these so-called Christians starts using the Bible to denigrate us, ask them if they have ever worn clothing of mixed fabric (Deuteronomy 22:11).
But he warns problems can arise when people use DIY kits: "If you buy cheap, bad quality or mixed fabric hair, it will become matted if it gets wet."
"At present textile products that come to Azerbaijani market from abroad (namely Chinese and Pakistani) are made of mixed fabric, which contains a lot of polyester.