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deluster

[dē′ləs·tər]
(textiles)
To reduce brightness, for example, by adding pigment to the spinning solution of a yarn.
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The bride was resplendent in a candlelight delustered Italian satin gown.
delustered) and Springs is using DuPont's 1095 nylon for a plush style, a cut-and-loop-pile quality and a textured (freize) construction in a good-better-best assortment.
Entering the Grove on her father's arm, the bride wore a Maggie Sottero gown of diamond white lace embellished with bugle beads, sequins, and pearls over light gold delustered satin featuring a corset back with a sweep train.
According to Fred Johnson, senior account manager for DuPont Rug Fibers, current demand is still for soft and bright (rather than dull or delustered) nylon yarn systems.
She wore a Maggie Sottero ivory strapless gown of delustered satin and brocade with a chapel-length train.
One way to achieve a more textured look without losing a soft hand is to use a larger bundle of yarn such as Honeywell's 2006 (a bright nylon) or 2008 (a delustered nylon), according to Hooie.
Escorted by her father, the bride wore a formal sheath gown of ivory silk chiffon over delustered silk satin.
Presented in marriage by her father, the bride chose a two-piece gown of delustered matte satin with a double box pleated skirt by designer Maggie Sottero.
The various types of DuPont Antron Nylon are described -- from bright, sparkly Antron 1095 to soft, delustered Antron 755N.
The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a two-piece strapless corset-style gown in delustered matte satin with an A-line skirt.
Even Beaulieu's under $100 at retail lines, such as Caravan, a BCF olefin that will retail at $99 or less, is a well-colored, delustered group with a dense construction.
Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a two-piece formal gown of white delustered satin.