chenille

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Synonyms for chenille

a soft tufted cord used in embroidery

Related Words

a heavy fabric woven with chenille cord

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While the majority of throw manufacturers have done extremely well with chenille, and don't yet see interest in it waning, many are looking to other fabrications to add interest and newness to the category.
The construction of both chenilles and velvets is key to their durability.
The growth of both chenille and velvet fabrics demonstrates that this industry is capable of understanding consumer needs and innovatively meeting those needs.
Richloom will introduce Platinum IV, a collection of prints, jacquards, chenilles, dobbies and tapestries.
Rose and red accents lighten it up, while fabrications provide a variety of hands - from seersucker and matelasse to chenille and velvet.
According to Townsend, the company began its refocus on the chenilles in April, and now they have expanded it to other products.
Fabrications such as chenille are becoming increasingly important as retailers are able to offer a pillow in a higher quality of fabric, at a lower price point.
Rapier-Cambridge Mills unveils the Cottage Walk Collection featuring: various blend constructions in plaids, stripes and chenilles.
According to Dottie Coley, vice president in charge of merchandising at Lee Industries, a putty-colored, diamond-patterned chenille exclusive from Quaker and a rich chenille tapestry from Sunbury (used wrong side up) proved popular.
Bella Rose by Chateau is debuting Ginger, a bed ensemble that features a floral chenille damask paired with pleated dupioni and woven dot fabrics.
At House of Curtains, on Blaydon Trade Park, you'll find everything you need to cosy up every room in your home ( from opulent bedspreads to luxurious chenille curtains.
For a warm, inviting room choose textural jacquards, chenilles and velvets in rich golds and warm terracottas.
The Chenilles also will be featured in a February issue of "People" magazine.
Plain Jane-variety chenilles are old news, said executives from domestic upholstery textile manufacturers at Showtime, the biannual textiles market held here earlier this month.
Fabric-wise, watch for cottons and chenilles, with cushy, distressed, informal, washed velvets leading the way.