A rich, textured type of hand-stitched tapestry, fit to decorate or cover furniture. The heavy tapestry fabric is thicker and stiffer than double woven fabrics. The gobelin or double woven fabrics can be used for curtains and upholstery. Goblin takes its name from an ancient tapestry factory. It industrially manufactured with jacquard looms. Reproduces paintings, paintings and floral subjects by building different textures and warps that give life to different effects and colors. Similar to the tapestry. The most used yarn is cotton. Gobling is also used in clothing and bags production.