cretonne


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cretonne

a. a heavy cotton or linen fabric with a printed design, used for furnishing
b. (as modifier): cretonne chair covers

cretonne

[krə′tän]
(textiles)
A heavy unglazed fabric that is usually printed, and resembles unglazed chintz.
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Production and supply 400 000 cotton bags with 2 short handles, about 137 g / mA, 100% cotton cretonne, size approx 31 x 35 cm, yellow cloth stained with 1-sided 7-color direct printing.
Up would come the rugs to be hung over the washing line and given a severe beating and down would come the curtains including the cretonne one that hung under the sink over the space where all the cleaning stuff was kept.
Delivery of 400 000 cotton bags with short handles, approx 137 g / sqm, 100% cotton Cretonne, size approx 31 x 35 cm, yellow colored material, with 1-sided 7-color print areas.
This bowl was kept under the sink behind a cretonne curtain that hung on a wire and hid a multitude of sins.
Delivery of 2 x 400 000 cotton bags with two short handles, approx 137 g / mA, 100% cotton cretonne, size approx 31 35 cm in the following types: a) 400,000 cotton bags nature with 1-sided 6-color direct printing and b ) 400,000 cotton bags with yellow 1-sided 7-color direct printing.