Antique Satin

Description : A satin weave fabric that uses unevenly spun yarns (called slubs) in the weft.
Fabrication : Uses acetate for the warp threads and rayon for the weft or filling threads. It was developed as a relatively heavy fabric for draperies.
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Origins and history : This fabric was developed in the 1950s - its name derives not from its age but from its handspun appearance, due to the use of unevenly spun yarns.
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