Austrian Twill

Austrias (See argentinas)

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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  • Argentinas — Also known as Austrias or Austrian Twill. This cloth is a jean, 2 X 1 weave, made 44 in. 90 yards (ls) 72 X 84, 34 s / 20 s, 331/2 lb. super weft. A large trade is done in the cloth with the Near East markets. Shipped in the dyed state,… …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

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  • Awnings — Heavy cloths used for shop blinds, garden tents, and chairs, etc. Widths vary from 26 in. up to 90 in. and over. Weave generally plain or 2 / 1 twill (see diagram A). Heavy yarns, 14 s or 16 s warp, 10 s to 16 s weft, in broad grey and colour… …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

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