A coarse, plain weave cotton in cream or white with natural flecks. Named after the Indian town Calicut, where it was first produced. It is available in many widths and weights for a variety of uses–especially for inexpensive curtains, loose covers, bed drapes and garden awnings. To ensure the fabric has shrunk to its full extent, it’s safest to wash before use and press whilst still damp as calico creases easily.


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