Camel silk brocade noodles is a transliteration of English doeskin, which originally means "doe skin", which is used to describe the exquisite texture of the fabric, the appearance and the feel, similar to the doe skin.

Fabric features: It adopts a changing satin weave, with discontinuous striped twill on the surface, narrow recesses between the diagonal lines, and plain weave on the back. There are straight strips on one side, and the other side is plain. The texture is tight and thick, and the cloth surface is smooth and clean. The texture is fine, the hand feels smooth and elastic, the gloss is good, the surface is smooth, glossy, moist and tight.

Fabric application: It is mostly used to make high-grade wool fabrics such as dresses, coats, tops and suits.

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