What Is Jacquard Material?


A decorative woven or knitted pattern manufactured by using the Jacquard attachment on the loom. This attachment has a punch card like a piano, so it offers better design versatility and fabric control. The word jacquard comes from the French inventor, Joseph Marie Jacquard, who invented the aforementioned loom in 1801.
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jacquard: a highly figured fabric woven on a Jacquard loom; a loom with an attachment for forming openings for the passage of the shuttle between the warp threads
also Jac·quard (jăk'ärd', jə-kärd') n. A fabric with an intricately woven pattern. A special loom or the method employed in the weaving of a figured fabric
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Jacquard material is fabric that has been made using the Jacquard's loom, which used pattern punch cards for the control of patterns within fabrics. The loom was invented by a weaving professional named Joseph-Marie Jacquard who was born in 1752 in Lyons, France. The idea behind the Jacquard-loom has over the years contributed in the building of machinery during the computer revolution.
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