Ottoman

Definition

Originally developed in Turkey, ottoman is a heavy fabric with flat crosswise ribs. Some ottomans have small ribs and others have ribs which alternate in size from wide and narrow. It's a tightly-woven, lustrous fabric used for coats, evening wear, upholstery and trimmings. Not to be confused with the piece of furniture! 

Common Use:

  • Clothing
  • Home Décor

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