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Arraché (woven fabric)

Bulkier, well fulled and worsted fleece, the hair of which does not lie flat but forms a ragged surface concealing a twill or satin weave. Produced from carded woollen yarn and used for ladies' coats. The name comes from the French - meaning a fabric with a long worsted surface.



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