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Saxony (cloth)

midweight woollen fabric which is soft to the touch. Has a fine, short pile on its face which to an extent conceals the weave, which is in four-end, reversible crepe. Woven from fine carded yarns, and is typically patterned. Used for men's sports-type jackets and suits, and for ladies' suits. The name is given by the state in which this cloth was first produced.



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