- versatile in finishing
- inexpensive to manufacture
A thin, lightweight cotton fabric that is usually plainly woven. Commonly used for dresses, blouses, and shirts. The fabric gets its name from Zephyr, the Greek god of the western wind as it is airy and billowy in nature.
- not suited for colder weather
- somewhat limited in uses
- bridal gowns
- formal wear
- holds its shape
- dry clean only
- can be too rigid for some applications
A line that abruptly changes direction in an alternating matter.