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BUNTING CLOTH [1 record]

Record 1 2004-05-21


Subject field(s)
  • Fabric Nomenclature

A soft, flimsy, loose-textured, plain-weave cloth most frequently used in flags. Bunting was originally made from cotton or worsted yarns, but today's flags are made primarily from nylon or acrylic fibers.


  • Nomenclature des tissus

Étoffe légère et souple caractérisée par sa tissure très lâche et servant à confectionner des vêtements, des rideaux, des voiles, des drapeaux, etc.


Campo(s) temático(s)
  • Nomenclatura de los tejidos

[...] tejidos claros de seda, lino o algodón, que se usan para cedazos, filtros y banderas.

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