Pashmina- Scarf- KEFFIYEH


Russian Scarf



Fabric Definition
aba fabric : garment of camel or goat hair; camel or goat-hair fabric
aerophane fabric : thin crinkled semi-transparent fabric
alepine fabric : mixed wool and silk or mohair and cotton fabric
alpaca fabric : fine wool made from alpaca hair
angora fabric : silk-like fabric made from wool of angora goats
ardass fabric : fine silk
armure fabric : twilled woollen or silk fabric
arrasene fabric : embroidery fabric of wool and silk
atlas fabric : rich satin fabric
baft fabric : cheap coarse cotton fabric
bagging fabric : coarse fabric for making bags or sacks
baize fabric : coarse napped cotton or wool fabric
balbriggan fabric : knitted cotton fabric
baldachin fabric : rich embroidered silk and gold fabric
balzarine fabric : light cotton dress material
barathea fabric : pebbly silk or worsted fabric with broken rib weave
barege fabric : gauzy fabric of silk, cotton, wool, or worsted
barracan fabric : fine silk cloth
barras fabric : coarse linen fabric
barrateen fabric : some kind of fabric
batiste fabric : fine soft sheer fabric of plain weave
bayadere fabric : fabric with horizontal stripes in strongly contrasting colours
beaupers fabric : linen fabric used for flags
bengaline fabric : crosswise ribbed fabric
bombazine fabric : twilled silk and worsted fabric
borato fabric : thin fabric
bouclé fabric : fabric of uneven looped yarn
brilliantine fabric : light lustrous cotton and worsted fabric
broadcloth fabric : dense twilled wool or worsted fabric
brocade fabric : rich silk fabric with raised patterns
buckram fabric : stiff-finished cotton or linen used for linings of garments
bump fabric : coarse cotton fabric
bunting fabric : light loosely woven fabric used for flags
burdet fabric : cotton fabric
burlap fabric : coarse plain-woven jute or hemp fabric
burnet fabric : dark brown; dark woollen cloth
burrel fabric : coarse russet cloth
calamanco fabric : satin twilled woollen fabric
calico fabric : plain white cotton
camaca fabric : fine silk fabric
cambresine fabric : fine linen fabric
cambric fabric : fine thin white cotton or linen fabric
camlet fabric : strong waterproof silk or wool fabric
caneva fabric : fancy woollen fabric made to resemble canvas
canque fabric : Chinese cotton fabric
cashmere fabric : soft twilled fabric made of fine goat's wool
cashmerette fabric : soft imitation of cashmere
cassimere fabric : closely woven twilled cloth of fine wool
cendal fabric : silk fabric resembling taffeta
challis fabric : soft lightweight silk, wool or cotton fabric
chambray fabric : lightweight fabric with coloured warp and white filling
chamois fabric : cotton fabric made in imitation of chamois leather
charmante fabric : silk fabric with a crepe back
charmeuse fabric : soft and satiny silk fabric
chenille fabric : velvety silk, wool or cotton fabric with protruding pile
cheviot fabric : coarse heavy plain or twilled wool or worsted
chiffon fabric : sheer silk fabric
chino fabric : strong twilled cotton cloth
chintz fabric : glazed printed cotton fabric
cire fabric : fabric with a glazed finish
cloque fabric : fabric with an embossed design
coburg fabric : thin single-twilled worsted fabric with cotton or silk
cordovan fabric : soft goatskin leather
corduroy fabric : durable cotton piled fabric with vertical ribs
crash fabric : coarse drapery and towelling fabric
crepe fabric : light crinkled fabric
crepon fabric : heavy crepe fabric with lengthwise crinkles
cretonne fabric : heavy cotton or linen cloth
crin fabric : horsehair fabric
crinoline fabric : stiff flax or cotton fabric
cubica fabric : fine unglazed fabric resembling shalloon
cypress fabric : silk or cotton gauze fabric, usually black
damask fabric : fine lustrous fabric with flat patterns and a satin weave
delaine fabric : light fabric of wool or mixed wool and cotton
denim fabric : firm and durable twilled cotton
dimity fabric : sheer and stout white cotton
domett fabric : plain cotton-wool blend
dornick fabric : stout linen
dowlas fabric : coarse linen
drabbet fabric : coarse linen
drap-de-Berry fabric : old woollen cloth
dreadnought fabric : heavy woollen cloth
drill fabric : durable twilled cotton
droguet fabric : ribbed woollen dress fabric
drugget fabric : coarse durable wool fabric
ducape fabric : plain-woven stout silk fabric
duck fabric : durable closely woven cotton fabric
duffel fabric : fabric of thick, low-quality woolen cloth
dungaree fabric : heavy coarse durable twilled cotton, usually coloured
dupion fabric : coarse silk
duroy fabric : coarse woollen
duvetyn fabric : smooth lustrous velvety fabric
ecarlate fabric : fine woollen cloth, usually dyed scarlet
éolienne fabric : fine silk and wool
etamine fabric : light open-mesh cotton or worsted
eyelet fabric : small hole in fabric to allow passage of a cord; cotton fabric with small holes
faille fabric : shiny closely woven silk, cotton or rayon fabric
farandine fabric : silk and wool cloth
filoselle fabric : coarse floss silk
flannel fabric : light woollen fabric
foulard fabric : soft lightweight plain-woven or twilled silk fabric
foulé fabric : light woollen fulled cloth
frieze fabric : rough heavy woollen cloth
fuji fabric : plain spun silk fabric
fustian fabric : coarse twilled cotton
gabardine fabric : closely woven cotton or wool twill
galatea fabric : striped cotton
gambroon fabric : twilled worsted and cloth
gazar fabric : silk organza fabric
genappe fabric : smooth worsted yarn
georgette fabric : thin silk
gingham fabric : striped cotton cloth
grenadine fabric : thin silk
grogram fabric : coarse loosely woven silk fabric
grosgrain fabric : heavy close-woven corded silk
gulix fabric : kind of fine linen
harn fabric : coarse linen
herringbone fabric : twilled fabric woven in rows of parallel sloping lines
hodden fabric : coarse undyed woollen cloth
holland fabric : coarse plain-woven cotton or linen
hopsack fabric : rough-surfaced loose fabric
houndstooth fabric : fabric with an irregular checked pattern
huckaback fabric : absorbent cotton or linen used for towels
jaconet fabric : stout cotton cloth
jacquard fabric : intricately-woven variegated fabric; loom for making jacquard
jaspe fabric : cotton or rayon cloth with shaded effect
jean fabric : durable twilled cotton material
jersey fabric : plain weft-knitted fabric of wool, cotton, nylon or silk
kalamkari fabric : fabric coloured by repeated dyeing
kelt fabric : coarse fabric made of black and white wool
kente fabric : hand-woven African silk fabric
kersey fabric : coarse woollen cloth
kerseymere fabric : twilled fine wool
khaddar fabric : homespun cotton cloth
kincob fabric : embroidered silk with gold and silver threads
lamé fabric : fabric in which metallic threads are interwoven
lasting fabric : sturdy cotton or worsted cloth
lawn fabric : fine sheer plain-woven cotton or linen
leno fabric : open-woven fabric
linsey fabric : coarse linen and wool blend
linsey-woolsey fabric : thin coarse fabric of wool and linen
lockram fabric : coarse linen
loden fabric : heavy waterproof woollen fabric
lustring fabric : glossy silk
lutestring fabric : plain glossy silk
mackinaw fabric : heavy napped and felted wool cloth
mackintosh fabric : lightweight rubberized waterproof cotton
madapollam fabric : fine cotton cloth
madras fabric : fine plain-woven cotton or silk
marabout fabric : thin downy silk
marcella fabric : cotton or linen in twill weave
marocain fabric : ribbed crepe fabric
marquisette fabric : sheer meshed cloth
matelassé fabric : having a quilted ornamentation; fabric with raised pattern as if quilted
melton fabric : strong and smooth heavy woollen cloth
merino fabric : soft wool of the merino sheep; any soft merino-like wool or wool and cotton cloth
messaline fabric : soft lightweight silk with a satin weave
mockado fabric : inferior quality woollen fabric
mogadore fabric : ribbed silk used in making neckties
mohair fabric : fabric made from silky hair of angora goats
moire fabric : watered silk
moleskin fabric : heavy durable cotton
moreen fabric : stout corded wool or cotton
mousseline fabric : fine sheer fabric
mull fabric : soft fine sheer cotton or silk fabric
muslin fabric : plain-woven fine cotton
musterdevillers fabric : archaic mixed grey woollen cloth
nainsook fabric : fine cotton fabric
nankeen fabric : buff-coloured; durable buff-coloured cotton
needlecord fabric : thinly ribbed cotton
ninon fabric : silk voile or other thin fabric
organdie fabric : fine translucent cotton
organza fabric : transparent thin silk or nylon
orleans fabric : interwoven cotton and worsted
osnaburg fabric : coarse linen or cotton
ottoman fabric : heavy clothing fabric with crosswise ribs
oxford fabric : soft durable plain-woven cotton
paduasoy fabric : corded silk
paisley fabric : soft wool fabric with ornamental pattern
panne fabric : heavy lustrous silk or rayon with waxy feel
paramatta fabric : worsted and cotton blend
pashmina fabric : fine goat's wool fabric used for making shawls
pekin fabric : fine soft silk
pellicule fabric : thin diaphanous fabric
percale fabric : closely woven lightweight cloth
percaline fabric : glossy lightweight cotton
perse fabric : dark blue or bluish-grey; cloth of such a colour
piqué fabric : stiff durable corded fabric of cotton, rayon or silk
platilla fabric : fine white linen
plissé fabric : fabric with puckered finish
pongee fabric : thin soft fabric woven from raw silk
poodle fabric : coarsely looped or nubby fabric
poplin fabric : corded woven silk and worsted
prunella fabric : strong and heavy silk or wool
rabanna fabric : raffia fabric of Madagascar
ramie fabric : strong lustrous fabric resembling linen or silk
raploch fabric : coarse undyed woollen cloth
raschel fabric : light loosely kitted cloth
ratiné fabric : rough bulky plain-woven fabric
rep fabric : plain-woven fabric with crosswise ribs
reticella fabric : old Venetian lace-like fabric
romal fabric : handkerchief or headcloth; silk or cotton fabric
rumchunder fabric : fine silk
russel fabric : ribbed cotton and wool
russet fabric : coarse homespun cloth
sagathy fabric : light blend of silk and cotton or wool
samite fabric : rich and heavy silk, sometimes interwoven with gold or silver
sarsenet fabric : fine and soft silk; soft or gentle
satara fabric : ribbed lustred wool
sateen fabric : glossy cotton or wool
satin fabric : closely woven silk with lustrous face
satinet fabric : thin silk satin or imitation thereof
saxony fabric : fine soft woollen fabric
say fabric : delicate woollen fabric
scarlet fabric : fine cloth
scrim fabric : durable plain-woven cotton fabric
seersucker fabric : light puckered cotton or linen fabric
sempiternum fabric : durable wool
sendal fabric : thin silk or linen
serge fabric : strong twilled worsted
shalloon fabric : light twilled wool or worsted
shantung fabric : plain rough silk or cotton
sharkskin fabric : smooth durable wool or worsted fabric
shetland fabric : lightweight loosely twisted wool fabric
shoddy fabric : woollen fabric made from rags
sicilienne fabric : ribbed silk
silesia fabric : thin twilled cotton or linen
silkaline fabric : soft light cotton fabric resembling silk
sindon fabric : fine linen
stammel fabric : coarse woollen fabric, usually dyed red; bright red colour
stockinette fabric : soft elastic cotton fabric
surah fabric : soft twilled silk or rayon
swansdown fabric : heavy napped cotton flannel
swanskin fabric : soft napped fabric resembling flannel
tabaret fabric : striped watered silk and satin fabric
tabby fabric : plain-woven silk taffeta fabric
tabinet fabric : silk and wool watered fabric
taffeta fabric : thin glossy silk
tamin fabric : thin glazed worsted
tamis fabric : thin wool
tarlatan fabric : thin sheer stiff cotton
terry fabric : piled fabric consisting of uncut loops
ticking fabric : strong linen or cotton fabric used for mattress and pillow cases
tiffany fabric : transparent silk-like gauzy fabric
tiretaine fabric : wool cloth mixed with cotton or linen
toile fabric : plain or simple twilled fabric
tricolette fabric : silk or rayon knitted fabric
tricot fabric : plain knitted silk or woollen fabric
tricotine fabric : double-twilled worsted fabric
tulle fabric : sheer and delicate thin silk
tussah fabric : brownish silk fabric
tweed fabric : rough twilled wool
twill fabric : any diagonally woven fabric
velour fabric : piled velvety cotton
veloutine fabric : velvety corded wool
velvet fabric : soft piled fabric of silk, cotton or synthetic material
velvetine fabric : cotton with silk pile
vicuna fabric : fabric made from wool of the vicuna, a small ruminant
voile fabric : soft fine sheer fabric
wadmal fabric : thick coarse wool
whipcord fabric : fabric with bold twill used for making dresses
wigan fabric : stiff plain-woven cotton
wincey fabric : plain or twilled cotton
woolsey fabric : cotton and wool blend
worcester fabric : fine wool
worsted fabric : fine closely-woven wool
zanella fabric : mixed twilled umbrella fabric
zephyr fabric : lightweight wool or worsted fabric; the west wind
zibeline fabric : soft piled wool

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