Terry bathrobe in 100% cotton, 400 gr. , 120 cm high. spacious, warm and comfortable. available in four colors, white, beige, turquoise and navy blue.
What Is Terry Cloth?
The term “terry cloth” is almost synonymous with the word “towel,” but terry is actually a specific style of weaving. First introduced in the 1840s, terry is made with uncut loops known as “pile” that stand up off the base, or ground, of the fabric.
Most fabric is made weaving yarn in two directions: vertical (warp) and transverse horizontal (weft).
Terry cloth is made using two warp beams: the ground warp, which helps form the base of the towel, and the pile warp, which creates the loops of thread. These loops stand off the base on both sides of the fabric to increase surface area, enhance absorbency, and maintain a soft feel.