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The aesthetics of the interior are every bit as important as those of the casket_________

Shell

2

Depending upon the specific style, anywhere from _______ of textiles may be used to complete the casket lining

12 to 15 yards

3

A thin, crinkled cloth of silk, rayon, cotton, or wool typically found in low to mid range caskets

Crepe

4

A fabric of silk, cotton, and possibly rayon with a nap found mainly in mid to upper range caskets

Velvet

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A plush, downy, soft surface texture

Nap

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A fabric woven to create a smooth, lustrous face and dull back and can be made from silk, nylon, rayon, or polyestor

Satin

7

A fabric made form flax, noted for its strength, coolness, and luster

Linen

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An herb, a member of the Linaceae family, and its fibers and seeds are used in textile and food production, and in the production of linseed oil and linoleum floowing

Flax

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Linen is a _____ textile and has a distinct woven appearance

Crisp

10

More common than genuine linen are textiles known as

Linen weave fabrics

11

Woven to look like linen and used as a casket lining material

Linen Weave Fabrics

12

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

Twill Weave

13

Where are twill weaves usually seen?

Lower-priced caskets

14

A very basic, plain woven cotton fabric most frequently used in the lining of the Orthodox Jewish casket or aron

Muslin

15

A pressed paper in sheet form

Masselin

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Padding materials include

Excelsior, cotton, polyethylene foam, and spun polyester

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Wood that has been shredded into spaghetti-like strings

Wood Wool, Excelsior

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A style in which the material is drawn or gathered in a parallel fashion in a multiple needle head sewing process

Shirred

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A form of casket interior created by placing the lining material on a metal form, weights added, the material steamed, and then attached to a suitable upholstery (backing) material

Crushed

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Usually applied to the better mid- and upper-range caskets, this style is created by placing a padding material between a lining material and a backing material, with subsequent stitches taken forming small, raised puffs

Tufted

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The two most frequently employed varieties of a tufted interior are

Carriage tufting (buggy tufting) and biscuit tufting

22

Carriage Tufting resembles what?

A diamond-like pattern

23

Biscuit tufting resembles what?

Rows of squares

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A tightly drawn form of casket interior style

Tailored

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A combination of a tailored interior with one or more other styles of interior, for effect

Semi-tailored

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A removable and interchangeable item designed to fit into the casket's cap panel, providing the opportunity for value- added personalization

Specialty Head Panel

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Practically any requested design can be produced and delivered to the funeral home within ______

48 hours