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Vichy (checkered woven fabric)

pattern typically used in cotton fabrics. Is mid-size, in linen or twill weave, and in a two-colour (black-and-white, blue-and-white, or brown-and-white) rendering. It is often used as a fond in a pattern-on-pattern printing technique. The name is given by the French town Vichy, known for its production of cotton fabrics for aprons and shirts which are typically in this check pattern.



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