What is a nap in dressmaking terms?


Nap is the raised surface created by cut threads (pile) woven into fabric. Examples include corduroy, velvet, velveteen, and velour. Some fabrics also have a nap that do not have a pile. Examples include brushed fabrics and Ultrasuede. When you run
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