Satin Sheeting. A material made of "waste silk," of satin weave on the face and twilled cotton on the back, the chief substance of the material being cotton. It is made in different degrees of fineness, runs 54 inches in width, and is employed for upholstery and embroidery purposes. Satin sheeting is thicker in substance, coarser in weaving, and less glossy than the ordinary cotton-backed satin.