* These are reversible cloths in that they can be used and admired equally well from both sides, but unlike a tweed for example with automatic reversibility, these are designed and woven as two fabrics.
* To be properly categorised as double faced there must be two distinctly different layers, or at least some variations between the two, although the colours will almost always be the same.
* Classic examples are piques that show two very different faces however
* You can effectively make your own double faced by stitching any two fabrics together, and including any interlining you might require to add stiffness, bulk or warmth.
* Make and use your own cloth for door curtains, open shutters, screens, and curtains which fold across the window and then back into a recess or against a wall, for deck chair and director’s chair covers.
see double cloth