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Satin - Wikipedia

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Satin is a weave that typically has a glossy surface and a dull back. The satin weave is characterized by four or more fill or weft yarns floating over a warp yarn or ...

Satin Fabric - Fabric.com

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Find the latest Satin Fashion fabrics at Fabric.com. Shop Stretch, Printed, and Solid Satin Fashion fabrics that will satisfy even the most selective of projects.

Satin | Define Satin at Dictionary.com

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Satin definition, a fabric in a warp-effect or filling-effect satin weave, as acetate, rayon, nylon, or silk, often having a glossy face and a soft, slippery texture.

Satin | Definition of Satin by Merriam-Webster

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Define satin: cloth that has a smooth, shiny surface — satin in a sentence.

Polyester Satin Fabric | Buy Cloth Material by the Yard | Mood Fabrics

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Satin - U-He

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Users familiar with analogue recording gear should instantly feel at home with Satin, and digital aficionados will also learn to love the magic of tape — Satin ...

Spoonflower Introduces Satin

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Satin is a silky, lightweight 100% polyester woven fabric engineered for projects that require high sheen and a soft hand. This luxurious fabric is easier to work ...

Satin Hair Color

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Satin is an exclusive color system with a unique Aloe Vera Base. Its ingredients are very natural and help with the condition and overall health of your hair. Satin  ...

Casa Satin | Jo-Ann

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Buy Casa Collection Satin Solids Fabric and other Special Occasion supplies from Joann.com. Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Store sells all your Fashion Apparel ...

satin - Wiktionary

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From French satin, from Italian setino, probably via unattested Late Latin sētīnus (“silken [cloth]”), from Latin sētā. Very frequently folk-etymologized to derive ...