THE GREATER PROPORTION of textiles bought by the average family and most of the garments made in the home are of cotton. Therefore, the careful selection of these materials means the saving not only of money but also of time and effort of the housewife. This bulletin gives information concerning those details of cotton-fabric composition and construction which determine the durability and general usefulness of such materials. It also contains a list of cotton fabrics classified according to their appropriate uses and a glossary of the more important materials.

Issued March, 1926
Revised July, 1931
Washington, D. C.

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