This fun little word – which always makes us think of Little Miss Muffet’s tuffet – actually designates the process of creating carpet. Instead of weaving yarns together, tufting allows hundreds of needles on special
Mention tulle, and images of billowing, diaphanous, feminine dresses probably come to mind. Yes, this fine, lightweight, sheer kind of lace, mesh or light netting is often used in the design and construction of ballerinas’
(pronounced TUHN-sten HA-leh-jen lamp)
See halogen lamp.
(pronounced tehk-SEE-do arms)
A seating piece’s overall dimensions have little to do with its “tuxedo” classification. The primary requirement needed to designate a sofa or chair as having tuxedo arms is that the arms are the same
This double-duty word can either refer to a type of weave or to the fabric that is actually sporting the weave. A basic weave originating in Scotland, twill creates a diagonal pattern
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