Cover the dough with a thick, double cloth, and set it in a warm place, to rise.
Let it boil for five minutes; then strain it through a double cloth.
When it was torn he carefully removed the tattered portion underneath, lest he should be in the enjoyment of the double cloth.
Tie a double cloth tightly over the top, and place it in a pot of boiling water.
Cover it with a double cloth and set it in a warm place to rise.
Place it near the fire, and cover it with a clean flannel or a double cloth.
double cloth is a descriptive term applied in weaving to fabrics produced by combining two single cloths into one.
This double cloth is afterwards suspended in a stove-room to dry, and to discharge the disagreeable odour of the naphtha.