polished cotton

polished cotton

[′päl·isht ′kät·ən]
(textiles)
Cotton fabric, usually of plain weave, with a glazed finish produced with resin.
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Thread-sewn and beaded with floral elements on straps and on pouch using an assortment of bright and sparkling beads; edged with green satin and backed with polished cotton; length 43 in., ca 1900.
Today, a range of new handloom designs and products by a number of leading handloom manufacturers including bold coloured handloom garments, handloom bridal sarees made with silk and polished cotton, vibrant handloom kaftans, sarongs and shawls, hand woven tapestries and rugs have found export markets around the world.
You couldn't exactly find apple-printed polished cotton at any fabric store, and reasonable human-scale facsimiles looked somehow coarse and garish--nothing like the gaiety of "Easter Parade"!
The bridesmaids wore knee-length hydrangea blue dresses of polished cotton and carried bouquets of calla lilies wrapped in white organza ribbon.
Polished cotton by Duralee is replete with garden critters and flowers, perfect for chair backs and window swags embellished by upholstery workroom Sew What with Kravet's beaded trim adorned with dragonflies.
I remember when polished cotton pants came in shocking colors and the boys looked more like Easter eggs than the gifts.
The Church of polished cotton, plush wool, organdie, batiste, rayon, linen, crepe.
Fabric: 100 percent polished cotton; made in the U.S.
High V-neck, printed chiffon evening ensemble with draped, gathered skirt worn under cocoon-shaped polished cotton, three-quarter-length wrap by Lapidus.
Polished cotton, with the pattern printed on the surface, is less durable.
Several are fully lined with polished cotton fabric.
The attendants wore tangerine strapless knee-length polished cotton dresses.