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Dobby Fabric

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Jenna Hose

on 30 January 2013

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Transcript of Dobby Fabric

Dobby Fabric Content: Cotton, Nylon,
Silk, and Rayon Advantages/
Disadvantages Price Hisory Examples Not Much Stretch
May wrinkle in washer
Can snag easily Durable
Excellent Absorbancy
Doesn't Wrinkle
Thick Designs Textures Colors Characteristics Dobby Fabrics come in all kinds of designs such as crests, medallions, fans, fish, waves, floral patterns, Japanese characters, stars, swirls, dots, and stripes. They come in colors such as brown, black, indigo, dark green, burgandy, turquoise, and lavender. Dobby fabrics have more texture than plain weave fabrics, but are not as intricate as jacquard fabrics. It has a type of cloth texture to it. Care Uses About $8-$15 per yard Dobby fabric was first produced on the dobby loom which was invented in 1843. Joseph Marie Jacquard developed it in order to creat the fabric. Shirt, skirts, clothing, pillows, etc. and Sources Machine wash in warm water
May need ironing to reduce wrinkling, use warm but not hot temperature
Tumble dry but remove fabric from dryer immediately as it might bleed or shrink Diapers, furnature upholstery, shirts, skirts, childrens clothing, and pants. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dobby_loom
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