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Doeskin; doeskin

soft, lightweight wool fabric, with a short, lustrous pile and a five-bond structure in satin weave with oblique ribbing. Produced from semi-fine or fine carded yarn. Used for men's suits, dinner jackets and uniforms, and, in heavier design, coats. The name "doeskin" is given because this fabric is suggestive of the skin of the doe.



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