fuzzy texture

fuzzy texture

A defect in a porcelain enamel surface characterized by a myriad of minute bubbles, broken bubbles, and dimples.
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10) The knitted cloth is fed through a machine called a napper, which creates the fuzzy texture of the fleece.
A coat of paint or joint compound over torn paper will create a fuzzy texture.
The odorless leaves have a fuzzy texture, are without lobes, and turn a brilliant yellow in autumn.
As a group, they display foliage with the attributes gardeners have always admired in Mediterranean plants: gray green or silvery color, fuzzy texture, and often wonderfully aromatic scent.
The textures of ti leaves or shiny galax leaves provide a striking contrast to Christmas foliage or to the fuzzy texture of ming fern (see Figure 7-7).
PS65, LK at JD Williams Warm fuzzy textures are a girl's best friend on nights out.
New Boho" highlighted earth tones in fuzzy textures, fringed details and tribal prints; while the "Modern Monochrome" collection was sleek and sophisticated with a play on black, white and gray with a contemporary mix of patterns and textures.
Bugs in the Garden" will intrigue children age 5 and up, and they will love the fuzzy textures of the cloth and yarn embroidered illustrations.