The jacquard patterns are made by the loom invented by Joseph Marie Jacquard of France. It uses a punch card similiar to a piano and produces a variety of decorative designs. Some of the patterns have specific names such as brocade, damask, and tapestry.
A soft, plain-knitted fabric used for clothing with a face side that is distinctly different from the backside. This fabric was originally made of wool on the island of Jersey, England.
A process for dyeing polyester using pressure kettles that heat the dyes to a very high temperature which forces the dye into the fabric fibers.
These puzzles are especially made to receive Inkjet or Magic transfer paper. To attach the transfer-paper simply iron it on the puzzle.
An East Indian strong coarse fiber used in mats, gunne sacks, cloth and rope.