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Marbling

fabric pattern which is most commonly created by fancy, flammé yarn, but may also be formed by printing or jacquard-patterning technology. Its main feature is its fine, subtle mottling, with colours matched tone for tone, making it reminiscent of marble. The pattern is used on lightweight fabrics and knits for use in ladies' summerwear.



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