Waffle Weave

Definition

Waffle weave is a fabric with characteristic recessed squares that make this cotton fabric look just like the popular breakfast food it’s named after. Although it can’t be eaten, it can keep you warm, which is why it’s a staple in winter clothing like long johns. It is also known as honeycomb. It is commonly used for robes, towels, and blankets. 

Common Use:

  • Clothing
  • Accessories
  • Home Décor

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