What does Gray Goods (also Loomstate, Greige, Grey) mean?
Describes fabric that is freshly off the loom, woven but unfinished.
Heddels explains Gray Goods (also Loomstate, Greige, Grey)
Gray goods, or fabrics that are in a “gray” or “loom” state, are woven fabrics that have not yet gone through the finishing processes. They have not yet been dyed and are still the natural color of the fiber.
Gray goods still in loom state: