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Broché fabric

cotton, silk or (less typically) woollen fabric, which alongside the primary weft has a patterning weft, providing the pattern of the weave (in stripes) in certain areas of the fabric. The patterning of the decorative warp is performed in a similar way, in which non-patterning wefts or warps lie free on the back of the fabric (though these may be cut off). In cases where these patterns are unstitched in the weft or warp, the fabric keeps its basic weave.



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