Albert Twill


Albert Twill
ALBERT TWILL
A Bradford dress or lining fabric in 4-shaft twill weave, made from a cotton warp and alpaca weft, 33-in. 90 yards, 72 X 100, 44's / 36's T.W. weft alpaca, usually 72 reed, but picks vary from 80 to 140. Warp varies from 36's to 44's cotton dyed black and the weft from 32's to 40's alpaca. Albert Twill - The cloth sold under this name in America is woven 1 X 3 twill to the right (see design) 35 fin., 64 X 72, 30's / 30's, all cotton. The weft always predominates - used for cheap linings and dyed all colours

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