sateen

Sateen - What does it mean?

sateen | |

Sateen vs Twill - What's the difference?

sateen | twill |


As nouns the difference between sateen and twill

is that sateen is while twill is (weaving) a pattern, characterised by diagonal ridges, created by the regular interlacing]] of threads of the warp and weft during [[weave|weaving.

As a verb twill is

to weave (cloth, etc) so as to produce the appearance of diagonal lines or ribs on the surface.

Sateen vs Cambric - What's the difference?

sateen | cambric |


As nouns the difference between sateen and cambric

is that sateen is while cambric is a finely-woven fabric made originally from linen but often now from cotton.

Sateen vs Sakeen - What's the difference?

sateen | sakeen |


As nouns the difference between sateen and sakeen

is that sateen is while sakeen is an ibex of the himalayas.

Lateen vs Sateen - What's the difference?

lateen | sateen |


As nouns the difference between lateen and sateen

is that lateen is (nautical) a triangular fore-and-aft sail set on a boom in such way that the tack is attached to the hull of the vessel and the free end of the boom lifts the sail while sateen is .

Steen vs Sateen - What's the difference?

steen | sateen |


As a proper noun steen

is .

As a noun sateen is

.

Cotton vs Sateen - What's the difference?

cotton | sateen |


As a noun cotton

is a plant that encases its seed in a thin fiber that is harvested and used as a fabric or cloth.

As a adjective cotton

is made of cotton.

As a verb cotton

is to get on with someone or something; to have a good relationship with someone.

Sateen vs Satin - What's the difference?

sateen | satin |


As a adjective satin is

-glossy particularly describing a type of paint.

As a noun satin is

a cloth woven from silk, nylon or polyester with a glossy surface and a dull back (the same weaving technique applied to cotton produces cloth termed sateen).