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Punjab (India)

  • 1 Gulbadan

    A flimsy silk fabric made on hand looms in Bengal, India. Gold and silver threads are used for ornament. ———————— A variety of Susi imitating a silken fabric of the same name. Made with fine English yams and glazed with gum. The distinguishing feature of this fabric is its narrow stripes. It is the most common of the native cloths. Made in the Punjab, India. Plain weave with colour stripes on a coloured ground.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Gulbadan

  • 2 Lachak

    A cotton drill cloth made in the Punjab, India, principally in the prisons. Coarse yarns are used.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Lachak

  • 3 Makhi

    Red dyed cotton fabric in the Punjab, India, printed with all-over designs having a resemblance to flies, hence the name. Used as a veil. The cloth is native made on hand-looms of 60's or 70's yarns.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Makhi

  • 4 Makhtul Silk

    One of the coarsest grades of native reeled silk in the Punjab, India (see Punjab Silks)

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  • 5 Makkan Jin

    A coarse cotton duck finished with a slight nap on the face shipped to the Punjab, India. It is made of heavy yarns about 28-in. wide, 6's warp and 8's weft, 24 ends and 24 picks per inch.

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  • 6 Mooltan Cotton

    A commercial variety of native grown cotton in the Punjab, India, having a staple 5/8-in. to 7/8-in. Often sold as Surtee Broach.

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  • 7 Mushajjar

    Originally a native-made silk and cotton satin in Punjab, India, printed with floral designs. Pine Indian cotton yarns were used and the cloth woven on hand looms. Quality about 98 ends and 60 picks per inch 50's warp, 42's weft. The cloth is now imported from England. The term means " laid out with trees " in the vernacular.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Mushajjar

  • 8 Mushka

    A silk cloth made in the Punjab, India, of cheap silk or waste silk, mostly plain weave in coloured stripes, generally green and white. The quality varies considerably, one being 74 ends and 68 picks per inch and 270 denier yarns.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Mushka

  • 9 Mutka Cloth

    A rough, plain weave cloth made in the Punjab, India, on hand looms from native silk. The yarns are coarse and a low reed is used. The cloth is woven undyed and without the gum having been discharged. It is used by the natives for garments.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Mutka Cloth

  • 10 Paripasha

    A very soft, striped silk fabric of plain weave in Punjab, India. At one time it was imported from Bokhara, but later was woven in India.

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  • 11 Pattia Lace

    A lace made of coloured cotton by women in the Punjab, India.

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  • 12 Pauni

    A coarse imported longcloth in Punjab, India, in pieces 20 yards long.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Pauni

  • 13 Phulkari

    PHULKARI, PHULCARI
    The native term in the Punjab, India, for embroidery executed mostly on chadars, usually with silk, but sometimes with cotton or wool thread, in large bold floral patterns. Some of the best work is done at Amritsar. The richest designs enclose circular pieces of mirror-glass in the centres of flowers. There are three chief varieties: - (1) The true Phulkari having the design dispersed all over. (2) The so-called Bagh (meaning garden) where the entire foundation is embroidered with designs connected with each. (3) Chobes, borders only embroidered, plain centres. The stitches in each case are darning stitches from the back of the fabric. The name means flower (phul) embroidery (kari)

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Phulkari

  • 14 Phulcari

    PHULKARI, PHULCARI
    The native term in the Punjab, India, for embroidery executed mostly on chadars, usually with silk, but sometimes with cotton or wool thread, in large bold floral patterns. Some of the best work is done at Amritsar. The richest designs enclose circular pieces of mirror-glass in the centres of flowers. There are three chief varieties: - (1) The true Phulkari having the design dispersed all over. (2) The so-called Bagh (meaning garden) where the entire foundation is embroidered with designs connected with each. (3) Chobes, borders only embroidered, plain centres. The stitches in each case are darning stitches from the back of the fabric. The name means flower (phul) embroidery (kari)

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Phulcari

  • 15 Ril Silk

    The trade term in Punjab, India, for raw silk imported through Bombay from China.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Ril Silk

  • 16 Ru

    RU, RUI
    The common vernacular name in Punjab, India, for flossy fibres, either cotton or wool.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Ru

  • 17 Rui

    RU, RUI
    The common vernacular name in Punjab, India, for flossy fibres, either cotton or wool. ———————— The Hindu name for ginned cotton.

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  • 18 Silai Khata

    A plain weave cotton cloth made in Punjab, India, with coloured stripes, close together on a white ground.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Silai Khata

  • 19 Singal Silk

    A better grade of native reeled silk in the Punjab, India.

    Dictionary of the English textile terms > Singal Silk

  • 20 Toshak

    -Coloured cotton quilts in the Punjab, India.

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