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Thread-by-thread (2)

pattern with typical angled, stepped spacing, produced by a weave which is most commonly twill, (circassian) or Panama, with a combination of two contrastive colours of yarn in the warp and weft at a ratio of 1:1 or 2:2. The name is derived from the way by which this pattern is produced. The French "fil a fil" means "thread by thread" (dark and light).



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