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Definition of Homespun


US English version

Fibre: Cotton or wool

Weave: Plain

Characteristics: Coarse, rugged yarn is used. Originally an un dyed woollen cloth spun into yarn and woven in the home, by peasants and country folk the world over. Has substantial appearance and serviceable qualities. Made with irregular, slightly twisted uneven yarns. Has a spongy feel with a hand-loomed tweedy appearance. Genuine homespun is produced in a very limited quantity and much powerloom cloth is sold as genuine homespun. Many qualities made - the best is an ideal rough-and-ready type of cloth.

Uses: Coats, suits, separates and sportswear.



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Definition of Homespun


UK English version

Fiber: Cotton or wool

Weave: Plain

Characteristics: Coarse, rugged yarn is used. Originally an un dyed woolen cloth spun into yarn and woven in the home, by peasants and country folk the world over. Has substantial appearance and serviceable qualities. Made with irregular, slightly twisted uneven yarns. Has a spongy feel with a hand-loomed tweedy appearance. Genuine homespun is produced in a very limited quantity and much powerloom cloth is sold as genuine homespun. Many qualities made - the best is an ideal rough-and-ready type of cloth.

Uses: Coats, suits, separates and sportswear.



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