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bias-cut

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Definition of bias-cut in English:

adjective

(Of a garment or fabric) cut obliquely or diagonally across the grain: bias-cut satin palazzo pants
More example sentences
  • Remove the distortion accurately in a bias-cut garment by letting it hang over the dress form's shaped surface, rather than hanging flat from a clothes hanger.
  • Crepe de chine drapes beautifully and works well for loose, bias-cut skirts, blouses and dresses.
  • Gathered and elasticized waistlines, and full, bias-cut skirts also add some fullness.

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