yarn-dyed


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yarn-dyed

[′yärn ‚dīd]
(textiles)
Pertaining to a fabric made of yarns dyed before weaving or knitting.
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The Scallop Jacquard collection, which is also a Royal Sateen branded product, features a yarn-dyed jacquard vine pattern in a gold shade that exudes a royal type of sophistication.
At the same time, Divatex's Yanowitz sees some resurgence of yarn-dyed plaids trending up versus prints this year.
The Collection bedding showed Calvin Klein's inclination to striped patterns, such as that of Arasta, with stripes of rich yarn-dyed colors, jacquard woven with an overlay of texture and solid color.
Hein said Springs is also adding yarn-dyed stripe towels by Regal.
Another introduction is a 680-thread-count, yarn-dyed, Egyptian cotton sateen jacquard with a coordinating top-of-bed woven basket-weave pique coverlet, named Bengal Pique.
One is with lace, another is jacquard-woven and the third is yarn-dyed.
Oxford yarn-dyed shirting stripes, chambray yarn-dye and print in soft 220- to 260-thread-count cotton provide sheet alternatives.
Coordinating with comforter sets are sheet sets: one is a yarn-dyed check, and the other three are either printed florals or paisleys.
"We are positive going into the show in terms of what we are offering." The company makes tapestries, heat-transfer prints, yarn-dyed jacquards and chenilles.
Two other programs include a paisley printed in six colors and novelty sheets, such as a cotton silk blend and a yarn-dyed jacquard.
Two types of sheets, either a 210-thread-count yarn-dyed cotton stripe or a 220-thread-count yarn-dyed cotton with a hibiscus floral design, could be partnered with a yarn-dye sateen stripe duvet with a window-pane reverse comforter.