Batiste Silk

BATISTE SILK
A fine woven all-silk fabric in plain taffeta weave. Dyed or printed for light dresses. It is made in quantity all the year round and is a standard. One quality is 100 X 120 per inch, from about 75 denier warp and weft.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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