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The word gabardine has been used to refer to the "dress" page 1590s. It is used on the "tightly woven fabric" side 1904.
The fibers used to make gabardine is traditional crested yarn, but can also be cotton, textured polyester or a mixture. Gabardin is woven the trend page out of or kiper, with a clear diagonal rib on the front, and a smooth surface on the back. Gabardin always has many more inserts than trend threads. Cotton curtains are often used by tailors to made for to pockets in suits where things in the pocket would otherwise quickly slide into the pocket. Cloths made of gabardine are usually labeled with clothing needed chemical cleansing as it typically is woolen textiles. Gabardine can also refer to a twill woven fabric used for gabardine or for raincoats made from this substance.