Translation of batiste in Spanish:

batiste

batista, n.

Pronunciation: /bəˈtist//bəˈtiːst/

noun

  • 1

    batista feminine
    • The favourite of clothing designers is cotton batiste or silk organza.
    • It's used to create decorative openwork stitching on tightly woven fabrics such as linen and fine batiste.
    • Rolled-hem feet are designed for fine to mediumweight fabrics such as cotton batiste, broadcloth and handkerchief linen.
    • Lightweight fabrics such as synthetic sheers, batiste, taffeta, velvet, stretch fabric, tricot and plastic film would need a ‘size 11 ‘needle.’
    • The essential accessory for a Spanish lady of fashion was more likely to be a large embroidered or lace-edged square of fine batiste cotton.