Fabric for evening dresses – 7 Little Words Puzzle Answers
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Fabric for evening dresses clue answer for 7 Little Words can be a little tricky to find out. Don’t worry my friends. Below we have listed the answer for 7 Little Words Fabric for evening dresses clue. This answer will surely help you to figure out and solve today’s 7 Little Words puzzle.

About 7 Little Words

7 Little Words is a fun word puzzle that you can play at any time of the day. The game has been created by Blue Ox Technologies. In the game, you have to identify 7 words.

To identify these 7 words, you get 7 clues. Now as you see the puzzle, you can see a grid of 4X5. In each of the boxes, there are 2 or three alphabets clubbed together.

These alphabets when arranged together as per the clues form a word that is the answer to the puzzle. For your help, the creator of the game has listed the number of letters in each word.

There is no penalty for a wrong answer. Also, there is no time limit to solve the puzzle.

Fabric for evening dresses 7 Little Words Answer

Now that you know how to play the game, let us have a look at the answer for the clue Fabric for evening dresses for today’s 7 Little Words puzzle.

TAFFETA

7 letters

Definition of  Fabric for evening dresses 7 Little Words Answer

1.taffeta (noun)

a crisp smooth lustrous fabric


2.taffeta (Noun)

A crisp, smooth woven fabric made from silk or synthetic fibers.


3.Taffeta

Taffeta is a crisp, smooth, plain woven fabric made from silk or synthetic fibres. The word is Persian in origin and means “twisted woven.” It is considered to be a “high-end” fabric, suitable for use in ball gowns, wedding dresses, and interiors for curtains or wallcovering. There are two distinct types of silk taffeta: yarn-dyed and piece-dyed. Piece-dyed taffeta is often used in linings and is quite soft. Yarn-dyed taffeta is much stiffer and is often used in evening dresses. Shot silk taffeta was one of the most sought-after forms of Byzantine silk, and may have been the fabric known as purpura. Taffeta was then woven in Italy and France and until the 1950s in Japan. Warp-printed taffeta or chiné, mainly made in France from the eighteenth century onwards is sometimes called Pompadour taffeta after Madame de Pompadour. Today most raw silk taffeta is produced in India and Pakistan. Originally this was produced on handlooms, but since the 1990s, it has been produced on mechanical looms in the Bangalore area. From the 1970s until the 1990s, the Jiangsu province of China produced some fine silk taffetas. These fabrics were less flexible than those from Indian mills, which now dominate production. Other countries in Southeast Asia and the Middle East are weaving silk taffeta, but their products are not yet equal in quality or competitiveness to those from India. The most deluxe taffetas are still woven in France, Italy, Russia, and the United Kingdom. This fabric is also widely used in the manufacture of corsets and corsetry: it yields a more starched-like type of cloth that holds its shape better.


Note: Many a time the game developers use the same clue for different puzzles. To remove this confusion, the best practice while solving the puzzle is to look for the number of words in the puzzle. Also, check for the words that are available in the boxes. This trick might come in handy if there are two same clues.

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