canvas duck

canvas duck

[′kan·vəs ′dək]
(textiles)
A lightweight cotton or linen cloth; the term is occasionally used for heavier canvases as well.
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FOR THOSE FEW SOLDIERS STILL CAMPING OUT IN CANVAS DUCK TENTS.
I always wear long pants, sturdy leatherwork shoes, a canvas duck apron, a safety glove on my wood-holding hand, and a leather thumb protector on my tool-holding hand.
Fabrics include cotton sheers, cotton slub plaids and canvas duck.
To make one, you'll need 7/8 yard of heavy canvas duck (sold in some fabric, awning supply, upholstery, and sail-making shops), a large spool of regular thread, paper for pattern, tailor's chalk, scissors, and pins.
Tenders are invited for Heavy duty Flexible Hose pipe reinforced with 10 plies of 18 oz Canvas duck with3 gauge steel wire embedded between 7th and 8th plies having 5/8 thick special high abrasive resistant rubber tube complete with built in type M.