A straight stripe or band that is much longer that it is wide.
Colorfully striped fabric shipped to world markets from Bengal, India; used for sportshirts, pajamas, and more.
A fabric pattern with wide-spaced thin stripes.
A fabric pattern with very widely-spaced thin stripes.
Equal-width stripes of a color and white on fabrics used for shirts and sportswear.
Double-Bar Horizontal Repp
A stripe fabric pattern of two closely-spaced thin stripes, with one wide stripe in between.
A diagonal fabric pattern of even width stripes.
Very narrow stripes, made by weaving single threads in color to contrast with the background color.
A fabric pattern with alternating colors of even-width thin stripes.
Term applied to a fabric woven or dyed in a graduation of shades.
Fine stripes resulting from the use of white, gray, or other yarns in series in the warp of a worsted fabric.
Colors identified in England with various regiments and used in ties worn by their officers in civilian dress. Similar colors and arrangements are used in neckwear in England and the U.S.
A pattern in which the stripes are white, with a colored background.
Alternating stripes of 2 or more colors, wide but of equal width.
A fabric pattern resembling railroad tracks.