Lengthwise grain in woven fabric.
Line drawings in which the middle tones have been retained.
A nylon garment treated with a special finish to produce a crinkled effect.
Media circulation that reaches non-advertiser prospects.
Ability to resist penetration by water. Not as rigorous a standard as waterproofness. Water repellent fabrics cause water to bead up on their surfaces while allowing insensible perspiration to pass through.
Water beads up and rolls off a water-repellent fabric.
Ability to keep water from penetrating, but permits water vapor to pass through. There are more than 200
fabrics of this type available today, offering a varied combination of waterproof and water vapor permeability.
A WAV file is a digitized sound file.
Loose term referring primarily to a fabric's windresistant and water-repellent properties Waterresistant
fabrics are those that resist the penetration of water. The greater the force of impact as the water
hits the fabric surface, the greater the likelihood that it will penetrate the fabric.
A special dye process resulting in a softer fabric with a weathered appearance that will continue to enhance with each wash.
Program that runs on a Web site and replies to users requesting information from that site.
Location on the World Wide Web that contains information in text and image form.
Press that prints from a continuous roll of paper.
Crosswise grain in a woven fabric. Weft is also known as "fill."
Visual effect of the thickness or thinness of text, rules or logos.
Strip between a shoe sole and upper through which they are stitched or stapled together. A double edge, strip, insert, or seam for ornament or reinforcement.
A single ply fabric with a finished edge that is used for collars and cuffs on sport shirts and short leeved
Compact worsted twill fabric with prominent diagonal cords that run from the lower left to the upper right.
Long-wearing utility cloth is used for suits, sportswear, and uniforms. It resembles, but is much coarser than, tricotine and gabardine.
Space on a page not occupied by type, pictures or other elements.
Simple, boxy check or plaid pattern using a minimum of colors and thin lines to form large squares or
rectangles with clear centers, like windowpanes.
Wood Tone Buttons
Buttons that simulate a wood appearance.
Natural deep luster. Long wearing. Sheds water naturally. Springs back if creased or crushed.
Luxurious worsted fabric with a lustrous face, made with tightly twisted yarns and a satin weave.
Fabric constructed by the interlacing of two or more sets of yarns at right angles to each other.
Basic process of imparting the wrinkle free finish into the fabric involves applying a resin into the fabric,
drying and curing at extremely high temperatures to the desired dimension. Pre-cured wrinkle free means that the finish has been applied to the fabric before the garment has been produced. Post-cure wrinkle free means that the finish has been applied after the garment has been manufactured. Because the postcure wrinkle free process is set into the final pressed garment, it is more popular.
Controls the wrinkling of fabric.
World Wide Web, a global interactive system of text and images that runs over the Internet.
An acronym for What You See Is What You Get, which means that the composite page viewed on the
screen of a workstation essentially represents what the printer will output.
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