Brocade: Heavy cloth with raised design often of gold or silver thread.
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Buckram: A stiff cotton fabric for interlining the collars, waist belt portions of pant etc.
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Corduroy: A cotton-pile fabric with lengthwise cords or ridges. (Ù ÙÙ¹Ø§ Ø¯Ú¾Ø§Ø±Û Ø¯Ø§Ø±Ø Ø¯Ø¨ÛØ² Ø³ÙØªÛ Ú©Ù¾ÚØ§)
Chintz: Printed multicoloured cotton fabric with a glazed finish, used for curtains and upholstery.
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Chiffon: A sheer fabric of silk, nylon, or rayon in plain weave.
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Drapery: Cloth or curtains hung in loose folds. (Ù¾Ø±Ø¯ÙÚº Ú©Ø§ Ú©Ù¾ÚØ§)
Embroidery: The art of working raised and ornamental designs in threads of silk, cotton gold, silver or other material upon any woven fabric, leather, paper etc with a neddle. (Ú©Ø´ÛØ¯Û Ú©Ø§Ø±Û)
Handloom: Cloth produced on hand operated looms.
Flannel: A soft, warm, light fabric of cotton and another fiber mostly used for sleepwear, undergarments or sheets.
Hosiery: A word used especially in shops for things such as socks, tights, and stockings.
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Khaki “ Dust coloured warp face twill, softer and finer than drill. Name derived from Urdu ‘Khak’ means dust or mud. Fabric made of cotton, linen, wool, worsted, or manmade fibers and blends. (Ø®Ø§Ú©Û)
Knitwear: Clothes made by connecting wool or another type of threat into joined rows.
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Linen: Strong cloth made from fibres of the flax seeds. Linen is mostly the cloth used for covering, wiping, etc. It could be called table linen, bed linen etc.
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Muslin: An inexpensive, medium weight, plain weave, low count (less than 160 threads per square inch) cotton sheeting fabric. (Ù ÙÙ Ù)
Pashmina: Fine type of wool made from Himalayan goats in Kashmir. (Ø§ÙØªÛØ§Ø¦Û ÙØ±Ù
Rayon: A natural fiber created from wood pulp, it usually has good drape and a soft hand.
Thermal: Clothes made of special material to keep the body warm.
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Tweed: Thick material made from wool of several different colours. (Ø±ÙÚ¯ÛÙØ Ø¯Ú¾Ø§Ø±Û Ø¯Ø§Ø±Ø Ø§ÙÙÛ Ú©Ù¾ÚØ§)
Upholstery: Material used to cushion or cover furniture. It may be of leather, canvas or thick cloth. (ÙØ±ÙÛÚØ± Ú©Û Ù¾ÙØ´Ø´)
Velvet: A cloth usually made from silk or cotton with soft surface. (Ù Ø®Ù Ù)
Worsted: Firmly twisted yarn spun from combed, stapled wool fibres.
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