drape


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drape

1. a cloth or hanging that covers something in folds; drapery
2. the way in which fabric hangs
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Fix a curtain pole to the wall above the bed and drape fabric over it create a mock swags and tails effect.
He is featured on a video on Softline's Facebook page, in which he explains how the Simple Drape blocks out 99.
Hamsini Krishnan, from Tamil Nadu, wore a saree in the auspicious maroon colour and showed how women in her state drape the nine-yards in what is called the 'Madisar way'.
It's one of those dresses that become a conversation point, especially among designers for its novelty of drape or silhouette.
KGW--Ring (Wound Protector), Drape Retention, Internal
The drawing owned by David Drape, Duke of Edinburgh: arrival at the course, depicts the prince's arrival in an open-topped carriage accompanied by the Governor, Sir John Manners-Sutton, almost exactly as J.
RCAI has expanded its use of vacuum forming and a variant of the process called drape forming to produce splints, cuffs, stays, hinges, braces, and joints that comprise many of its roughly 70 orthotic products.
Black Maestro: The Epic Life of an American Legend by Joe Drape William Morrow, April 2006 $24.
The best of these retain the bravado of the drape paintings yet achieve a new degree of refinement.
My senior class was told, without gender being specified, that we must wear either a drape or a tuxedo for our senior picture.