Casket Interiors II Flashcards Preview

Funeral Merchandising > Casket Interiors II > Flashcards

Flashcards in Casket Interiors II Deck (20):
1

material drawn/gathered in parallel strips and sewn with multiple needles

shirred interior

2

created by placing a lining material on metal form, adding weights, steaming and attaching to a suitable upholstery (backing) material; gives appearance of shirred interior

crushed interior

3

created by placing padding material between lining and backing material; stitches are made, forms small raised puffs; typically most expensive

tufted interior

4

fabric tightly stretched/drawn; creates smooth appearance

tailored interior

5

combination of tailored with one or more other styles

semitailored interior

6

custom designed and hand crafted panels inserted and replace standard head panels

speciality head panels

7

line interior portion of casket, typically designed to match interior components

lining materials

8

thin, crinkled cloth of silk, raylon, cotton, or wool; most popular

crepe

9

fabric woven to create a smooth lustrous face and dull back

satin

10

fabric of silk, cotton, and possibly raylon with a nap; typically most expensive

velvet

11

fabric made from flax; noted for strenght, coolness and luster; expensive

linen

12

fabric woven to look like linen; less expensive than linen

linen weave

13

textile weave which threads are crossed over one another to give an appearance of diagonal lines

twill weave

14

add support and weight to lining material

backing materials

15

corrugated fiberboard often used as lining material in foot panel of select caskets

cardboard

16

pressed paper in sheet form

masselin

17

synthetic/natural organic material shaped when soft then hardened; also available in sheets

plastic

18

add bulk and softness

padding material

19

wood shredded into spaghetti like strings; wood wool

excelsior

20

silky fibers around seeds of silk cotton trees; also used for padding

kapok