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Broché fabric; broché

cotton, silky or woollen fabric in small, simple patterns in embroidery imitation; created by a special weftwhich is only on given areas of the pattern, not its whole surface (at the edges of the fabric the pattern returns and continues in the next weft). The pattern may be created from several colours or motifs, in which each forms an independent weft. The weft which joins individual patterns is cut off. If these small patterns are removed by unravelling, the resultant fabric is smooth. B. f. is used in the production of ladies' dresses, neckties, decorative ribbons and company labels.



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