- Artificial Tulle
- ARTIFICIAL TULLEThis is a material made from the same solution as rayon, but instead of being forced through the tubes, it is spread over an engraved cylinder, and after being hardened, etc., it is drawn off as a wide web material used for hat trimmings. The cylinders arc engraved with various patterns.
Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.
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