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Muslin vs. Organdy

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Muslinnoun

(textile) Any of several varieties of thin cotton cloth.

Organdynoun

A fine, transparent fabric made from cotton, and usually stiffened.

Muslinnoun

(US) Fabric made of cotton, flax (linen), hemp, or silk, finely or coarsely woven.

Organdynoun

a sheer stiff muslin

Muslinnoun

Any of a wide variety of tightly-woven thin fabrics, especially those used for bedlinen.

Organdy

Organdy or organdie is the sheerest and crispest cotton cloth made. Combed yarns contribute to its appearance.

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Muslinnoun

(US) Woven cotton or linen fabrics, especially when used for items other than garments.

Muslinnoun

(countable) A dressmaker's pattern made from inexpensive cloth for fitting.

Muslinnoun

Any of several different moths.

Muslinnoun

A thin cotton, white, dyed, or printed. The name is also applied to coarser and heavier cotton goods; as, shirting and sheeting muslins. In sheeting, muslin is not as finely woven as percale.

Muslinnoun

plain-woven cotton fabric

Muslinnoun

lightweight cotton cloth in a plain weave

‘she folded the dress in layers of clean muslin’; ‘strain the fruit pulp through a muslin cloth’;

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Muslinnoun

a hemmed square of lightweight cotton cloth used to wipe up regurgitated milk when feeding or winding a baby

‘I'm surrounded by piles of nappies and muslins’;

Muslin

Muslin () is a cotton fabric of plain weave. It is made in a wide range of weights from delicate sheers to coarse sheeting.

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