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Q: Where did crepe fabric come from?
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Which country does the word crepe come from?

The original Latin word was crispa/crispus meaning curled, uneven or wrinkled. Adopted into French as Crepe which a fabric with a ridged or crinkled surface

How do you make crepe fabric?

Crepe fabric is a complex fabric that is created using tight knotting, weaving, or twisting to create unusual patterns via weaving or embossing that is pressed and heated. There are many types of crepe fabrics that use different styles like Moroccan, wool, and plisse crepes.

What is morocain fabric?

Morocain is a silk fabric that is like crepe but thicker with a nice drape.

What is the name of a light cloth with a crinkled surface?

Could be crepe fabric.

What is the name of a light Silk or cotton fabric with crinkled surface?


A type of thin crinkled fabric dyed black traditionally used for mourning attire?


What is an aerophane?

An aerophane is a thin fabric, resembling crepe, soft and light with a crinkly surface.

What is georgette?

Georgette fabric is a textile traditionally made from silk, although synthetic fibers such as polyester are sometimes used as well. The thing that makes georgette fabric distinctive is the crinkly crepe-light texture, which feels slightly rough and dull, but gives the fabric a bouncy, flowing look.

What is crepe cloth?

crepe cloth is a combination of "crepe and "cloth" so that crepe cloth is made. kuha nyo hahahahaha!

Is crepe masculine or feminine?

crepe is feminine

What country made the first crepe?

crepes come from France so i guess it would be France

Does fabric come from living things?

It depends on what sort of fabric it is. Cotton is an example of a fabric that comes from a plant, but nylon is an example of a man-made fabric.

How do you pronounce crepe in French?

its pronounced krep but spelled crepe.

What is a deli crepe?

according to my crossword puzzle, a deli crepe is a blini

How do you spell crepe in French?

Crêpe (fem.) is the French word for crepe

Where does the fabric polyester come from?


Where did belts come from?

a wool fabric

Where does the material silk fabric come from?

Silk fabric is woven from stands of silk secreted by the silkworm.

What is the difference between a crepe myrtle bush and a crepe myrtle tree?

A trunk.

When does somebody eat a crepe?

In the morning for breakfast is a great time to eat crepe

What is crepe made of?

crepe- is made up or a mixture of flour, egg, and milk.

What fabrics should I use to make a high end suit?

If you're not familiar with the variety of suiting fabrics, visit a speciality fabric store so that you can appreciate the look and feel of each fabric. There are new wrinkle-free linens, wool flannels, gabardines and worsteds, tweeds, seersucker, silk and wool crepe.

How do you write crepe in French?

crepe with a dash slanted down on the left on the first e

Is crepe paper thinner or thicker than tissue paper?

crepe paper is thicker

Is the crepe myrtle a monocot or dicot?

The Crepe Myrtle is a dicot belonging to class Magnoliopsida.