Muslin

Muslin (n or n) is a cotton fabric of plain weave. It is made in a wide range of weights from delicate sheers to coarse sheeting. It gets its name from the city of Mosul, Iraq, where it was first manufactured. Early Indian muslin was handwoven of uncommonly delicate handspun yarn, especially in the region of what today is Bangladesh. It was import...
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Muslin

Plain weave fabric that can be lightweight and sheer to heavier, coarse sheeting weight. Cotton or cotton blend. Natural, bleached or dyed.
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Muslin

• (n.) A thin cotton, white, dyed, or printed. The name is also applied to coarser and heavier cotton goods; as, shirting and sheeting muslins.
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muslin

noun plain-woven cotton fabric
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Muslin

Mus'lin noun [ French mousseline ; confer Italian mussolino , mussolo , Spanish muselina ; all from Mussoul a city of Mesopotamia, Arabic Mausil , Syr. Mauzol , Muzol , Mosul , where it was first manufactured. Confer Mull a kind...
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Muslin

A generally inexpensive woven fabric used to make crafts, back quilts, or to make draft or trial garments.
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Muslin

A sheer, lightweight cotton fabric that is produced mainly in India. This plain-weave material can be used a thin blankets or as a backing for quilts.
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Muslin

An inexpensive, light weight, plain weave cloth with a low thread count (less than 160 threads per square inch) cotton sheeting fabric. In its unfinished form, it is commonly used in fashion design to make trial garments for preliminary fit. Also used in the kitchen for straining.
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Muslin

An inexpensive, medium weight, plain weave, low count (less than 160 threads per square inch) cotton sheeting fabric. In it's unfinished form, it is commonly used in fashion design to make trial garments for preliminary fit.
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Muslin

An inexpensive, medium weight, plain weave, low count (less than 160 threads per square inch) cotton sheeting fabric. In its unfinished form, it is commonly used in fashion design to make trial garments for preliminary fit.
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Muslin

Lightweight and sheer cotton fabric usually made in India.
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Muslin

Lightweight, open, plain or simple leno weave fabric, usually made of cotton.
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Muslin

Material used in the construction of flats.
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Muslin

Muslin is a fine thin cotton fabric first imported into England in 1670. It was probably named muslin on account of being made at Mosul in Kurdistan. In 1780 it was first made in Europe by Robert Monteith of Glasgow using Indian yarn.
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Muslin

Muslin is a light cotton fabric, finely woven and typically white, that was first imported from the Middle East to Europe in the 17th century. It is a firm plain-weave cotton found in many weights. Muslin is a popular choice for clothing and curtains, particularly in hot, dry climates. Muslin has many uses besides those listed above. Because it is ...
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muslin

muslin, general name for plain woven fine white cottons for domestic use. It is believed that muslins were first made at Mosul (now a city of Iraq). They were widely made in India, from where they were first imported to England in the late 17th cent. Early muslins were often woven or embroidered wit...
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muslin

plain-woven cotton fabric made in various weights. The better qualities of muslin are fine and smooth in texture and are woven from evenly spun ... [1 related articles]
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muslin

plain-woven fine cotton
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muslin

[n] - plain-woven cotton fabric
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