inverted pleat


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inverted pleat

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(Crafts) dressmaking a box pleat reversed so that the fullness of the material is turned inwards
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Noun1.inverted pleat - a box pleat reversed so that the fullness is turned inward
pleat, plait - any of various types of fold formed by doubling fabric back upon itself and then pressing or stitching into shape
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au Also deal with double pleats curtains, pinch pleats curtains, two pleats curtains, Inverted Pleat Curtains, Box Pleat Curtains, Reverse Pleat Curtains, and Three Pleats Curtains online, Australia wide.
A smartly knotted tie is one in which the knot is pulled high into the collar while arching out, giving it more life, There are several knotting methods: Flusser suggests the four-in-hand, which is illustrated in his book, If done correctly, the knot will form a dimple or inverted pleat, which enhances a tie's staying power.
Attendants wore one-shoulder gowns in opal silk shantung featuring detached waistbands and inverted pleat straight skirts.
Satin covered buttons down the back led to an inverted pleat in the full A-line skirt that flowed into a chapel-length train.
Petite satin-covered buttons trailed down the back to an inverted pleat revealing an inset layer of organza beaded in a complementary design to the bodice.
The gown had an inverted pleat in back that released into an elegant sweep train with a scalloped edge.
Each wore a strapless, two-piece, black satin gown featuring a platinum, inverted pleat which swept into a fish-tail train.
Bridesmaids were Lindsay Backstrom, cousin of the bride; Samantha Sparks, sister of the groom; Darian Coleman, cousin of the bride; Jena Lee Lancaster; and Bethany Garrett Bridesmaids wore champagne dresses with large bows accenting the one-shoulder bodices and short skirts with inverted pleats falling from the natural waistlines.