The grain of the fabric refers to the way threads are arranged in a piece of fabric.
A natural polymer made from wood pulp. In the 1920s the word rayon was adopted, replacing viscose. Viscose was first used for coating fabrics, which it did quite successfully. Further development led to viscose being spun into thread for embroidery and trimmings.
A group of threads and fibers stitched together by machine to create unique cords.
Liquid seam sealant made by Dritz®; prevents fabric from fraying and secures thread ends.