fleece [flēs]: is a general term for a fabric, often with a deep fluffy pile
french ter•ry [frenCH ˈterē]: Terry cloth is a type of cloth that features loops and soft piles of yarns, resulting in very absorbent, moisture wicking material. French Terry tends to
read more » feature looping and piling of the fabric on one side only. The other side of the fabric has a flat unlooped back. Second, and perhaps one of the most valuable features of the material, is its stretch. The fabric could be called stretchy or jersey terry cloth.
Suggested uses: Yoga pants and tops, athletic wear, lightweight hoodies and sweatshirts, blankets, robes.
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