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  • v. Present participle of tuft.


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  • Users can also chose for their bench to have tufting and decorative brass studs or not.

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  • Details like tufting, a patina finish on the hardware and class wood working for the legs.

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  • The landscape of the northern Sprawl woke confused memories of childhood for Case, dead grass tufting the cracks in a canted slab of freeway concrete.

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  • The colors picked for the tufting between the antler tips exactly matched his eyes.

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  • Tricycle and Aquafil use a “digital tufting” software that simulates the actual placement of yarn in a tufting machine to create amazingly realistic images.

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  • It shows Dukakis sitting atop an M1 Abrams tank in tanker headgear with the knot of his tie tufting out of a military jumpsuit.

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  • They were usually large stately pieces that featured extensive button tufting and the characteristic brass nails at the front of the arms.

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  • Tufty Time Sofa is designed by Patricia Urquiola and this seating collection of traditional sofas, corner sofas and islands is consumed by tufting to the point that they seem to be composed of discrete cubes.

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  • One is made by tufting, a process in which yarn is “punched” through a backing fabric.


  • Pile carpets may be produced by many techniques, including weaving, tufting, and gluing.



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