dotted swiss


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dotted swiss

[¦däd·əd ′swis]
(textiles)
A sheer fabric ornamented with slightly raised woven-in dots.
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Three successful ones included a White Dotted Swiss collection of bowls and treat jars by designer Trish Richman; a collection by designer Anne Ormsby featuring outdoor, sporting dog breeds (an "untapped market," according to Tuozzoli); and a line of American Kennel Club products launched under a brand-new license that includes not only bowls and elevated feeding stations, but trays, posters, breed-specific mugs and even needlepoint pillows that are clearly intended for the pet owner and which fit into the lucrative giftware business.
Because of a set of parents, I know a dress of dotted swiss.
The bride, escorted by her father, wore an ivory Casablanca couture gown of dotted swiss tulle over bridal taffeta Featuring a sweetheart neckline and an A-line skirt, the gown was embellished with Swarovski crystals, bugle and seed beads, iridescent sequins, and motifs of Alencon lace, which flowed onto the gown's chapel-length train.
New lightweights include boucle yarns, macrame, crushed mosquito netting, fishnet, eyelash fabrics and lace with a twist, from airbrushed to cross-dyed to dotted Swiss.