Digital Textiles Printing on lawn and cotton

Mera Art introduce Digital Textile Printing on lawn, cotton, lilen, Satin cotton and mulmul / malmal fabric and cotton Ect fabrication with apply for latest fashion trend follow the world.
and can also be apply on Pure silk and synthetic fabric.
Digital lawn print it can also be use as Digital eastern Fashionable part of Dresses Kurties, Kameez / kamiz , Shalwar and Duppata / dupatta.
Digital cotton print and also use as an Islamic Fashion with Digital trends like Burqa, Hijab, Abaya, stole and Scarfs.
Digital cotton and lawn prints or Fashion designing is also applicable on western outfits like maxes, pants, shirts, tie , tops, handkerchief etc can be use with customization trend.

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Synonyms for Cotton:

fabric (adjective)Acrilan, Celanese, Dacron, Jersey, Orlon, alpaca, astrakhan, baize, batik, broadcloth, brocade, bunting, burlap, calico, cambric, canvas, cashmere, challis, cheesecloth, chenille, chiffon, chintz, corduroy, crepe, crinoline, damask, denim, duffel, fabric, felt, flannel, fleece, foulard, gabardine, gingham, gossamer, grenadine, herringbone, horsehair, lame, linen, longcloth, madras, matting, mohair, moleskin, muslin, net, nylon, oilcloth, paisley, percale, plaid, quilting, rayon, sacking sailcloth, sateen, satin, seersucker, serge, sharkskin, silk, suede, taffeta, tarpaulin, tricot, tulle, tweed, twill, velour, velvet, wool, worsted.

fiber (noun)fiber, flax, hemp, jute.

shrub (noun)alder, azalea, bayberry, blackberry, blackthorn, blueberry, chokeberry, cranberry, currant, elder, forsythia, fuchsia, furze, gardenia, gooseberry, gorse, guava, heather, hibiscus, holly, huckleberry, juniper, lilac, locust, magnolia, mesquite, milkwort, mistletoe, myrtle, oleander, poison sumac, pomegranate, privet, pussy willow, rhododendron, rose of sharon, rosemary, sagebrush, shrub, sisal, spiraea, sumac, syringa, tamarisk, zenobia.

Other synonyms and related words: Angora, Castor, Huck, Raffia, Stupe, Walker, abnormal, absorbent cotton, accept, accord, acetate, acetate rayon, adhere, adhesive tape, admit, adopt, affinity, agree, apple-polish, application, appreciate, apprehend, approve, arras, ascertain, associate, attach, baby, band, band aid, bandage, bandaging, bast, believe, binder, blanketing, bombast, bootlick, brace, broadloom, brownnose, carpeting, cast, cataplasm, cater, cater to, ceaseless, chime in with, chinchilla, cloth, coalesce, coating, coddle, cohere, coincide, coir, collar, comprehend, compress, conceive, constant, continual, continuous, cord, correspond, corset, cotton cloth, cotton fiber, cotton plant, cotton wool, cottons, cottony, court plaster, crash, cravat, crepe de chine, cretonne, cringe, crutch, curry favor, dance attendance, decode, differ, disagree, discern, disclose, discover, doeskin, downy, dressing, drill, drilling, drugget, duck, elastic bandage, endless, epithem, eternal, everlasting, excellent, exceptional, exfoliate, extraordinary, eye, facial, fall in with, fawn, feel, fibre, filament, flannelette, floss, fluffy, four-tailed bandage, frieze, fustian, gauze, gee, get, get along, get along with, get on, get on with, go hand in hand with, grasp, grogram, grosgrain, grovel, gumbo, gunny, gypsum, haircloth, harmonize, harmonize with, hessian, hit it off, hold, homespun, honey, hop sacking, huckaback, humor, humour, incessant, interminable, intuit, kapok, kiss someone’s feet, kowtow, lawn, lick someone’s boots, linoleum, linsey-woolsey, lint, lisle, list, llama hair, loden, luster, mackinaw, mackintosh, make, maline, mallow family, manila, manta, mantua, marquisette, mat, meet, melton, merino, messaline, moire, mousseline de soie, murrey, nainsook, nankeen, natural fibre, near-silk, netting, notions, oakum, observe, obtain, oil silk, okra, organdy, organza, pack, packthread, padding, panne, panne velvet, particular, pat, pepper-and-salt, perceive, perpetual, pin, pincushion, pique, plaster, plaster cast, pledget, plush, polyester, pongee, poplin, poultice, powder, powder-puff, print, prodigious, pumice, radium, rapport, rayon casheen, rep, restrain, retain, ribbon, roller, roller bandage, rope, rubber bandage, rugging, russet, sackcloth, sacking, sailcloth, sarcenet, say, see, seize, sewing silk, shalloon, shantung, sheers, sheeting, shoddy, shot silk, sing in chorus, singular, slaver, sling, spandex, special, splint, sponge, spun rayon, stamin, stammel, stockinette, strand, string, stuff, succeed, suck up, support, sustain, swansdown, sympathize, tabaret, tabby, taffety, tampon, tape, tapestry, tartan, tent, terry cloth, textile fibre, thistle, thread, tick, ticking, toady, tourniquet, towel, triangular bandage, tricotine, truckle, truss, tussah, tussore, twine, twist, uncommon, understand, uninterrupted, unite, upland cotton, veiling, velours, velure, velveteen, voile, wadding, wash-and-wear fabric, watered fabric, webbing, whipcord, white downy fibre, wire, yarn, zephyr.

Rhymes for Cotton:

  1. rotten, gotten;
  2. guncotton, forgotten;
  3. misbegotten;

Quotes for Cotton:

  1. Possibly you are not aware of the fact that the largest sum given by any contributor to the fund is but a trifle when compared with the losses suffered by nearly all the firms in the cotton trade during the disastrous years of the American war. John Bright.

  2. I loved to get all dusty and ride horses and plant potatoes and cotton Dorothy Malone.

  3. Thank God I have the seeing eye, that is to say, as I lie in bed I can walk step by step on the fells and rough land seeing every stone and flower and patch of bog and cotton pass where my old legs will never take me again. Beatrix Potter.

Idioms of Cotton:

  1. in high cotton
  2. bless their little cotton socks;
  3. wrap sb ( up) in cotton wool;