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What is "Blazer Cloth" - Definition & Explanation
It is a woolen cloth which is milled, raised and finished with a fibrous surface. It finds use as sports jackets and caps.
A cloth which has wool in its weft and wrap and used in apparels either in single or stripes coloring
General term for a variety of flannels and meltons used to make blazers.
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