1. A type of woven cloth that at first sight looks like a JERSEY, but has the same appearance on each side and a more natural stretch.

2. Describes joining an interlining firstly to the main fabric, and then to the lining, with lock stitches that hold all the layers together firmly enough that they form a single unit, but loosely enough that each can move independently in response to room temperature changes.

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