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Jacquard Fabric An intricate variegated, self-pattern weave with a clear finish. Examples are Brocade, or damask fabrics. Named for Frenchman Joseph Marie Jacquard who invented the loom in the early 19th century, jacquard fabric is often seen in intricate tapestry.

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Jersey Fabric Jersey fabric is a knit textile commonly made from cotton or a cotton/synthetic blend. It is typically characterized by its ability to stretch up to 25% along its grain. Jersey fabric is warm, flexible, stretchy and insulating. Undershirts and undergarments are often made from jersey fabric because its soft texture, and its ability to insulate and cool.

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Juliet Cap A close fitting cap often decorated with precious stones and sometimes worn as a bride's headpiece.

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