Definition of chenille in English:
A tufty, velvety cord or yarn, used for trimming furniture and made into carpets or clothing.
- To make your furniture snuggle-friendly, sew soft faux suede or chenille slipcovers for your favourite chair.
- If you cut the garment or project pieces ‘to size’ and then create the chenille, the final chenille piece may be too small.
- The bow stays tied better if you choose a textural ribbon, such as chenille, rickrack, or grosgrain.
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Definition of chenille in:
- US English dictionary
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