blanket cloth

blanket cloth

[′blaŋ·kət ‚klȯth]
(textiles)
Heavyweight reversible fabric commonly woven with jacquard figures of one color on a ground of another color; filling is thick and softspun.
Heavyweight overcoating fabric with soft, raised finish.
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September 26, 1914: The Examiner reported that "we understand Government agents visited certain districts in the Colne Valley and purchased stocks of blanket cloths for army purposes.