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Buckle

Buckle is a flat, typically rectangular frame with a hinged pin, used for joining the ends of a belt or strap. Buckles are principally done in metallic materials, but can be even in mother of pearl, cloth, cord or in more prestigious materials.

Buckram

Buckram is a ply yarn scrim fabric with a stiff finish for use as apparel interlining or interfacing. Also used in millinery because it can be easily shaped by moistening.

Bunting

Bunting can be either a cotton or wool fabric, woven in a plain open weave, similar to cheesecloth, and dyed in the piece. Cotton bunting is often woven with plied yarns. Wool bunting is woven with worsted yarns, using strong, wiry wool.

Burlap

Burlap is a loosely constructed, heavy weight, plain weave fabric used as a carpet backing, and as inexpensive packaging for sacks of grain or rice. Also, as fashion dictates, burlap may also appear as a drapery fabric.

Burn-Out

Burn-Out is a type of brocade-like pattern effect created on the fabric through the application of a chemical, instead of color, during the burn-out printing process. Many simulated eyelet effects can be created using this method. In these instances, the chemical destroys the fiber and creates a hole in the fabric in a specific design, where the chemical comes in…

Butcher Linen

Butcher Linen is a coarse homespun linen once used for aprons for French butchers. Is very resistant and soft with a great breath-ability. Often imitated today in many fabrics to do shirts, jackets and pants.

Button

Specified by design, size, color, and type such as brass, melamine, or pearl, button is used, passed through button-holes, to close a garment. Buttons are either shanked (attached by passing threads through the shank’s eye) or holed (attached by passing threads through the button’s holes).

Buttonhole

Buttonhole is a slit made in a garment to receive a button for fastening. Buttonhole can be done by specific machine or by hand (usually in this case is used a silky thread) and can be simply straight or have a kind-of drop shape on one side, where buttons is “fixed”.

Buttonhole

Buttonhole is a slit made in a garment to receive a button for fastening. Buttonhole can be done by specific machine or by hand (usually in this case is used a silky thread) and can be simply straight or have a kind-of drop shape on one side, where buttons is “fixed”.

Buttons

Specified by design, size, color, and type such as brass, melamine, or pearl, buttons are used, passed through button-holes, to close a garment. Buttons are either shanked (attached by passing threads through the shank’s eye) or holed (attached by passing threads through the button’s holes).

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