Textile Encyclopedia

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Calendering

Mechanical finishing process in which fabric is passed between two rollers (one metal and one cotton fabric) under heavy pressure to create a variety of flattened looks and textures. Examples include chaised, moiré, and friction. Cotton must utilize a resin finish in order to impart some degree of durability.