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What is "Dartmoor" - Definition & Explanation

Hardy wool from British mountain sheep. It is rather free from kemp.

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This lace has a net background, and the pattern is created by embroidering with thread and ribbon to create floral designs. The pattern has areas of design that are very dense, and the pattern is...

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