waffle weave


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waffle weave

[′wäf·əl ‚wēv]
(textiles)
Weave pattern of fabrics that resembles the cellular honeybee comb. Also known as honeycomb weave.
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A new waffle weave towel is offered, in five bright pastels, and two new shower curtains, a matelasse and a whimsical garden pattern.
Its scrubber dish cloth, which combines a waffle weave with a synthethic overlay to enhance its ability to remove dirt and grime, will be introduced at the upcoming October market.
A major statement at Tobin Home Fashions is Honeycomb, a line of polyester/cotton waffle weave tablecloths and accessories in 10 colors.
But manufacturers found a way to enliven this business as well, through bright colors (what Baltic's Lipton referred to as the "back-to-school" palette), more intricate dobby details, jacquard borders, waffle weaves (from Christy) and licensed names, such as Amy Butler for Welspun and Candice Olson for Venus.
Scarves, shawls and wraps come into their own with paisley prints and rustic waffle weaves, along with William Morris-inspired prints to make it a season of pure romance.
Baseball caps return as do crisp cotton caps and waffle weaves in trilby styles.
Natural bamboo printed suedes, waffle weaves with satin ribbon embroidery, laser-cut brown ultra-suede with cotton duck center, vintage crochets, voiles, romantic sheers and puckers are just some highlights from the line, which spans from promotional to upper-end.