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Definition of Chalys


US English version

Fibre: Wool-also made in cotton, hair fibre, rayon, and a silk warp and worsted filling.

Weave: Plain

Characteristics: Anglo-Indian word "Shallee" meaning soft. Soft, very lightweight. May be dyed or printed with a delicate floral pattern, paisleys, or geometric patterns and faint designs. Often washable. Originated in Norwich England in 1832.

Uses: Women's and children's dresses and blouses, comforters, kimonos, neckties, and sportswear. In slacks or shorts it would have to be lined.



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Definition of Chalys


UK English version

Fiber: Wool-also made in cotton, hair fiber, rayon, and a silk warp and worsted filling.

Weave: Plain

Characteristics: Anglo-Indian word "Shallee" meaning soft. Soft, very lightweight. May be dyed or printed with a delicate floral pattern, paisleys, or geometric patterns and faint designs. Often washable. Originated in Norwich England in 1832.

Uses: Women's and children's dresses and blouses, comforters, kimonos, neckties, and sportswear. In slacks or shorts it would have to be lined.



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