Austrian Cloth (Awnings)

AUSTRIAN CLOTH (Awnings)
A fabric used for window shades from heavy yarns and in broad stripes. The stripes alternate a fancy weave with a crimp. Made in all cotton for shops and stores. Mercerised cotton for house windows and verandah use.

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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