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Synonyms for chenille

a soft tufted cord used in embroidery

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a heavy fabric woven with chenille cord

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With these types of fibers, "it's all about texture; it's all about a natural feel," said Kavita Chaudhary, design director, Jaipur, which debuted its new accent rug category at market, using jute paired with other fibers such as chenille and rayon.
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.
We are utilizing a great deal of linen-weave effects in the grounds and combine these weaves with our rayon chenille.
To justify another plain chenille in the line, it has to be different," said Dietra Smith, vice president of merchandising for Mastercraft.
We looked at a sofa in a dark green chenille that when turned upside down became a sofa in a soft green and white striped fabric.
Dover, a new Fieldcrest rug made by Pillowtex, comes in a rectangular shape with a green-colored nylon center, chenille braided border and latex back.
She still uses chenilles but has moved away from incorporating flowers or old world tapestry looks into her current designs.
While plain chenilles have dominated the past several markets, the big message at the fair this time around was chenilles with a textural twist.
One section had chenilles, brocades and damasks, in rolls of 10 to 20 yards (plenty for a sofa) or cut pieces of one to five yards for $7.
Fabric companies are betting on soft cloths, chenilles and sharp values as upholstery manufacturers come to town this week for the Showtime fabric fair.
You'll find velvets, tapestries, chenilles, damasks, sheers, cottons (including prewashed slipcover fabrics), linens and every other fabric used in draperies and upholstery.
There was a huge interest in washed chenilles with bulky yarns and a soft hand," agreed Ray King, president of Mastercraft.
Bernhardt introduced an upholstery collection called Texture that is arguably the best of all possible chenilles.