A woven cloth prepared as a base for printing or dyeing. The quality and weight of the greycloth is very important–however much you love the print, if it is made for light use and you want it for upholstery, it’s not for you. The calibre of grey cloth also affects how the print is received–for example, the same print will look crisper on a tight weave cotton than on a loose weave linen or a cotton twill.

The design studio will have chosen or commissioned the perfect greycloth as a fundamental part of a textile design process.

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