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What is "Crinkled" - Definition & Explanation

An uneven, wrinkle, or puckered effect on the fabric surface which can be created by a variety of mechanical or chemical finishes, or through the use of high twist yarns.
Forming many short bends or ripples.
Uneven by virtue of having wrinkles or waves.

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