Allen Solley Placket
A one-piece placket that is hidden after sewing; this process utilizes the existing fabric for the outside placket face.
The yarn that is napped on the inside of a fleece garment and creates the soft lining of fleece.
A sewing method that encases an edge or seam with fabric.
A decorative vertical stitch.
A fiber cleaning process in yarn spinning.
A secondary cleansing process performed to remove additional impurities from the staple fiber after carding.
A shrinkage control technique used in fabric manufacturing.
A thread color that is different than the body color.
A natural fiber used in the manufacture of apparel.
The loops of horizontal knit fabric.
The number of needles utilized per inch when knitting fabric.
Double row of stitching at seam.
A design feature where the back of the garment is longer then the front.
The exterior yarn of a fleece garment.
A multi-yarn fabric identified by a soft napped interior and a smooth exterior.
A decorative pattern consisting of rows of slanted parallel lines, alternating direction row by row.
A placket that is constructed from a separate piece of fabric and sewn in separately; this placket is visible after it is sewn into the garment.
A soft, plain-knitted fabric with a smooth finish.
Fabric made by intertwining yarn or thread in a series of connected loops.
The soft or fuzzy surface of fleece achieved by shredding the backing yarn.
A technique to create yarn using a combing roll and rotor.
A fabric-brightening additive.
Ounces Per Sq. Yd.
A measurement of fabric weight.
A tightly knit fabric with a rough or raised surface.
A wrinkle-resistant fabric of manmade filament fibers.
Dyestuffs that form chemical bonds with cotton fibers.
Rows of alternating wales or raised ridges that form a knit fabric that commonly has recovery characteristics.
A spinning technique that stretches the yarn between rollers.
A decorative edge stitching that forms a series of curves.
A collar that is knit in a circle and set in circular. There are no "joining" seams on the collar.
Trim constructed from the body fabric.
A single row of stitching at seam, see "Top Stitching."
One single yarn.
A design feature whereby a piece of fabric is used to cleanly cover a seam.
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Face, tie-in and backing yarns combined to form a fleece fabric.
The joining yarn between the face and backing yarns in fleece fabric.
A design feature, both decorative and functional, that is an additional means of securing fabric plies whereby the original seam is folded under and sewn down.
Fabric manufactured in a complete circle without seams.
A fabric with a clean edge normally used to trim a sport shirt collar and cuffs.
The gauge of a yarn's weight.
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