- chambers, whittaker,
Origin of chambray
Examples from the Web for chambray
And for their help Mrs. Chambray and the doctor were to receive a handsome sum.
The plain blues and pinks are chambray; the plain blues and pinks of cheaper grade are ginghams.Clothing and Health|Helen Kinne
In spite of my protests, Mrs. Chambray insisted upon following me in, to see that I was perfectly comfortable.
Mrs. Chambray, it seems, had not known the entire plot before leaving Europe, and this was their first chance of telling her.
The plain gathered skirt was fastened to the full waist by a wide belt of the chambray.Patchwork|Anna Balmer Myers
Word Origin for chambray
1814, American English, alteration of Cambrai, city in France (formerly Flanders) where the cloth originally was made. Cf. cambric.