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bedford cord

[′bed·fərd ‚kȯrd]
(textiles)
A closely woven, sturdy ribbed fabric with a raised effect; may be made of wool, cotton, silk, acrylic, or polyesters.
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The Decorative 1 group includes a selection of Bedford cords designed for home upholstery, while Decorative 2 is made up of midweight and lightweight fabrics, such as a dual-twill weave and a construction using Angelina sparkle yarn.