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Camelot

soft, midweightwoollen fabric with a pile surface which conceals the weave (twill or satin). Its characteristic colour is that of camel hair and it is produced from woollen carded yarns with differing percentages of camel hair. Used for ladies' and men's coats, its name is derived from the German "Kamel" - camel.



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