Damask

Definition

Damask refers to a broad group of woven fabrics made on a jacquard loom. It's a patterned cotton fabric distinguished by using contrasting luster. The contrasting luster is created by utilizing a satin weave in combination with a sateen, twill or plain weave. It is reversible, and known for being regal in effect. It's used for decor, such as sheets and curtains, and fine apparel. 


Common Use:

  • Clothing
  • Home Décor

Other Types of Cotton