warp prints

warp prints

[′wȯrp ‚prins]
(textiles)
Blurred designs achieved in woven fabrics by printing the warp threads before fabrics are woven; subsequent weaving gives the soft blurred effect.
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Its fabric collections include cotton prints, heat-transfer prints, warp prints, piece-dyed solids and jacquards, yarn-dyed jacquards, matelasses, printed matelasses and tapestries.
Cloths include linen-type weaves, warp prints and cotton chenilles that have been laundered and brushed for added softness.
Richloom supplies fabric in just about every cloth category, including cotton prints, heat-transfer prints, warp prints, piece-dyed solids, piece-dyed jac- quards, yarn-dyed jacquards, matelasses, printed matelasses and tapestries.