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hopsacking

[′häp‚sak·iŋ]
(textiles)
A fabric with an open, plied-yarn, coarse basket weave, similar to sacking used to gather hops.
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Bred in Northumberland by Capt R B Webster, Glingerbank was by Mutton Cutlet's sire Jamie out of a daughter of the Waterloo Cup runner-up Hopsack, and boasted three Waterloo Cup winners - Long
MAIN PICTURE Dakota made-to-order sofa in Moss Hopsack pounds 799, Prado coffee table pounds 109, Prado walnut nest of tables pounds 129, waves rug pounds 75, cushions from pounds 4, Tesco Direct (www.
Both new chairs are upholstered in organic hopsack, a green fabric.
The Cambridge chair with fixed cover in hopsack lichen is pounds 725
In his last hours, the killer requested that the green hopsack suit he had worn at court should be the one to clothe his waxwork model in Madame Tussaud's Chamber of Horrors -and that his trousers should be taken away and pressed first.
Cover, Laura Ashley Belfort chair (pounds 900), footstool (pounds 350) in antiqued cream finish, with hopsack plum upholstery; Clockwise from top left, Beaudesert Fritillaria on silk taffeta (pounds 59 a metre), French Percale (pounds 75 a metre) on silk taffeta.