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What is "Border" - Definition & Explanation

A border is a gimp, but wider. This trim is sometimes woven in plain patterns, such as stripes or chevrons.
A design placed along the edge of the fabric or engineered in such a way that it will fall on the edge of the finished product. Border designs are frequently used in skirts and dresses.

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A non-conductive polymeric material which can maintain a long-lived electrostatic charge. Polypropylene electret filtration fabrics conveniently combine the mechanical removal of particles with an...

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