The jacquard loom was invented by the French textile artisan Joseph Marie Jacquard in 1804. Fabrics are woven with this type of loom feature complex patterns woven directly into the fabric.
Jacquard is a type of fabric with an intricately woven pattern. A decorative design that’s woven into the fabric on a jacquard loom forms a slightly raised decorative area. Typically made of cotton, these designs can range from basic florals to very large, intricate patterns.
The pattern is not embroidered but woven directly into the fabric. Available in many styles and colors, Jacquard has varying finesse as per the quality of the fabric used. Jacquard is woven on a special loom, which also produces other fabrics like brocade and damask. Jacquards come both in tone-on-tone and contrast designs, and a choice of patterns is unlimited: from classic stripes and polka dots to fancy botanicals, florals, and even conversational themes.
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