Chenille

Chenille, French for caterpillar or fuzzy caterpillar, Webster’s says “a soft tufted silk, cotton, or worsted cord used in embroidery or for fringing.” In North America chenille is most commonly recognized as the emblems and letters sewn on letterman’s jackets. Historically chenille has had many uses in fashion and furnishings, from delicate work of lace to the bold look of school mascots, chenille is a form of embroidery most of us recognize.

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