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Crępe prepared by steeping in caustic soda

lightweight cotton fabric from medium-coarse yarns, in linen weave. On its surface is distinctive vertical or diagonal crimpingwhich is formed chemically - in a caustic soda solution, which impresses itself in stripes on the stretched fibre. In the printed places the fabric shrinks, creating a crepe effect. Fabric is most commonly printed and used in the production of ladies' and children's summer- and beachwear.



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