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What is "Picot" - Definition & Explanation

A narrow row of dainty, woven loops along the selvage of fabric or lace produced to create an edge or a finished flange.
A row of woven loops along the selvage of fabric or lace.
A small, embroidered loop forming an ornamental edging on a ribbon or lace.
A row of small loops woven along the edge of fabric in ribbon or lace for a decorative effect.
A row of decorative tiny loops sewn or cut along the edge of a garment.

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