piece-dyed

Related to piece-dyed: Yarn dyed

piece-dyed

adj
(Dyeing) (of fabric) dyed after weaving. Compare yarn-dyed
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The yarn is then woven on energy-efficient high-speed looms powered by "green" electricity and piece-dyed by Holmfirth Dyers in low liquor dye vessels using non-metallic dyestuffs.
Azim is capable of producing dobby and jacquard towels, piece-dyed and yarn-dyed, terry and velour, all in bath, beach and hand-towel sizes, as well as washcloths and mitts.
For example, an increase in demand for dyeable goods would tend to favor polyester, which can be piece-dyed, over olefm which must be dope-dyed or used in its natural state.
Unlike other mail-order catalogs, with glossy pages full of attractive models posed on sailboats and sporting obscure articles of clothing in equally obscure colors ("We offer this piece-dyed ribbed henley with twill placket in two shades, heather and gorse"), the Archie McPhee catalog is produced on cheap newsprint, the photos are grainy black and white, and the models can be charitably described as gooney.
Solution-dyed - versus continuous - or piece-dyed - means fiber are actually dyed during their liquid state at the fiber producers' plant.
Also introduced at the event were 31 new jacquard SKUs, three solid piece-dyed jacquards and a series of yarn dyes.
In bath fashions, Vivie von Walstrom from Venus Home Fashions was honored for her piece-dyed and yarn-dyed sculpted velour terry in a full coordinated collection of contemporary and classic designs.
Improved capacity utilization in the piece-dyed apparel and consumer products areas was also cited as a reason for the improvement.