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Chalk stripe

pattern used most commonly with woollen fabrics. Composed of a minimum of four fine, chalk-white, vertical, broken stripes grouped in repeats on a plain background or fine combed fabric typical of a flannel finish. Used in the fabrics of men's suits and ladies' dresses and suits.



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