mus•lin [muhz-lin]: A cotton fabric made in various degrees of fineness and often printed, woven, or embroidered in patterns, especially a cotton fabric of plain weave,
read more » used for sheets and many other purposes. Origin: 1600-10; < French mousseline < Italian mussolina, from Mosul, Iraq (where it was first made)
Uses: Quilts, shirting, dresses, crafts, window treatments, home decor & more.
broad•cloth [brawd-klawth]: Broadcloth is a type of densely woven fabric, extremely sturdy and very soft. Broadcloth's roots are found in medieval England. The original English broadcloth was made from wool.
Uses: Quilts, clothing, home decor, crafts.
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