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You may flit from brown merino to blue poplin, and from blue poplin to black alpaca, and be queen of all that is tiresome still.A New Atmosphere|Gail Hamilton
A cloth having Cashmere twill on one side or face and poplin cord on the reverse.
Similar to poplin; made of hard twisted worsted filling and cotton warp.
Poplin or popeline is a name given to a class of goods distinguished by a rib or cord effect running width way of the piece.
Poplin manufacture was introduced into Ireland in 1693 by a colony of fugitive French Huguenots.
British Dictionary definitions for poplin
- a strong fabric, usually of cotton, in plain weave with fine ribbing, used for dresses, children's wear, etc
- (as modifier)a poplin shirt