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What is "Cuff" - Definition & Explanation

(one-piece) - A two-ply cuff formed by folding over a single piece of fabric, usually with a lining in between.
(two-piece) - A cuff in which two identical pieces of fabric, usually with a lining in between, are joined by a seam along the edge, then turned and sometimes topstitched near the folded edges.
(topstitched) - A cuff with an added row of stitching along the folded edges.
(lined) - A cuff with interlining placed between the two pieces of body fabric.

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