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Double cloth; double cloth

of two cloths of different pattern, colour, and (often) structure on its right and reverse sides, which are woven simultaneously and joined in the weaving of a special connecting weft or warp concealed between the two layers of the cloth. Mostly in heavyweight wool fabric; intended for ladies' and men's coats. The term "double" is derived from the French.



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