Saturday, December 14, 2013


drugget cloth
Drugget in the 17th century was composed of part silk and part wool or cotton, the warp containing gold or silver threads.  Galloon was a closely woven lace used in binding. In England, as well as in the colony, it was the custom of consumers to purchase large quantities of these cloths to be sewn into garments or articles for household use.

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