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atelier brobst - design and colour separation

Damask -
...traditional pattern in faded colours in the style of old tapestries; also called tapestry-pattern. ...see Jaquard.

Dessin - French word for design, sketch or croquis. A drawn pattern, on paper or on fabric, for fabric prints. In ladies’ outer wear Italian ateliers are leading on the market. Home textiles are mostly designed in Northern Europe.

Dévoré/Dévorant - French word for burnt-out textures. Prints on transparent textures which are burnt-out by treatment with chemicals. ...more

DOB - German>DOB (Damen-Ober-Bekleidung). An abbreviation for ladies’ outerwear in the textile industry. In textile printing referred to as blouses, clothes, trousers etc.

Dot pattern - ...a classic textile design since the 1960s.

Digital colour separation - Colour separation of designs that are completely created on the screen. Analogous colour separation as in photoengraving is no longer common. However, many pattern drawers still collaborate with computer operators. ...more



Drews Stoffe GmbH - Leading and creative textile company in ladies’ wear with plants in Schrozberg/Rothenburg and Meerane, Germany.
Dr. Wirth - Technology for textile graphic design.
Degerdon - Textile finishing in Austria, Grafica textile prints.
Dierig (Christian) - Since 1805, still in Augsburg with home textiles, ...Fleuresse and Kaeppel.
Dot pattern
Damask
Diagonal
Dégradé
french word
for discharge
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