yarn-dyed


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yarn-dyed

[′yärn ‚dīd]
(textiles)
Pertaining to a fabric made of yarns dyed before weaving or knitting.
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The Scallop Jacquard collection, which is also a Royal Sateen branded product, features a yarn-dyed jacquard vine pattern in a gold shade that exudes a royal type of sophistication.
At the same time, Divatex's Yanowitz sees some resurgence of yarn-dyed plaids trending up versus prints this year.
The Collection bedding showed Calvin Klein's inclination to striped patterns, such as that of Arasta, with stripes of rich yarn-dyed colors, jacquard woven with an overlay of texture and solid color.
Hein said Springs is also adding yarn-dyed stripe towels by Regal.
Another introduction is a 680-thread-count, yarn-dyed, Egyptian cotton sateen jacquard with a coordinating top-of-bed woven basket-weave pique coverlet, named Bengal Pique.
One is with lace, another is jacquard-woven and the third is yarn-dyed.
Oxford yarn-dyed shirting stripes, chambray yarn-dye and print in soft 220- to 260-thread-count cotton provide sheet alternatives.
Coordinating with comforter sets are sheet sets: one is a yarn-dyed check, and the other three are either printed florals or paisleys.
The company makes tapestries, heat-transfer prints, yarn-dyed jacquards and chenilles.
Two other programs include a paisley printed in six colors and novelty sheets, such as a cotton silk blend and a yarn-dyed jacquard.
Two types of sheets, either a 210-thread-count yarn-dyed cotton stripe or a 220-thread-count yarn-dyed cotton with a hibiscus floral design, could be partnered with a yarn-dye sateen stripe duvet with a window-pane reverse comforter.