Corduroy

Definition

A  fabric with evenly-spaced vertical rows of soft pile. Corduroys are classified by the number of lengthwise pile rows per inch—feathercord has 20-25; pinwale has 16-23; regular wale has 14; wide wale has 6-10; and broad wale has 3-5. Depending on the weight of the fabric, corduroy can be used in dresses, shirts, pants, coats and upholstery. It is a particularly popular clothing fabric for the cooler months. 

Common Use:

  • Clothing
  • Home Décor

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