fleece [flēs]: is a general term for a fabric, often with a deep fluffy pile
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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 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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