slubby

slubby

(ˈslʌbɪ)
adj, -bier or -biest
1. dialect trampled and muddy
2. (Textiles) textiles (of yarn) containing lumps or slubs
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WW870 takes cues from a boucle or knit texture, while the contrast remains relatively low, a slubby effect emerges.
Cargo styling and outdoors influences can be seen on jackets and slubby knits, making it perfect for those boisterous play days.
Fabrics are noteworthy for their surface texture and linear patterns, with an assortment that includes Jacquards, geometries, animal skins, herringbone menswear designs, contemporary kubacloth and slubby textures.
This scheme is ultra easy on the eye, can be dressed up or down to suit your mood, and interest comes from textures in furnishings, such as slubby linen fabrics and accessories in shell or bone.
Free Spirit Casual interior with an urban take on farmhouse chic with natural materials, slubby textiles and hewn timber.
By contrast, it celebrates the beauty and neutral tones of materials such as unvarnished wood, stone and hand-cast ceramics, and complements them with 'touch me' texture fabrics such as bleached linens, pure cottons and slubby wools.
Tactile and slubby, but still worthy of curling up next to.
Dorothy Perkins' red slubby hat, pounds 10, and scarf, pounds 12, are head turners.
This slubby chunky knit poncho (pictured right, pounds 45, over notch back roll neck top, pounds 25) is made up of all those earthy colours you mentioned.
Tarasena is a richly colored vintage floral on a silken finish, emanating an iridescent quality for a slubby effect.