Khaiki

KHAIKI
A Japanese cloth made from fine silk yarns in the plain weave. So many fabrics have this name that the term may mean any silk cloth of a plain -weave. A fair sample is made 100 ends and 120 picks per inch, 30 denier warp, 36 denier weft.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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