Toile

Toile is the name of a fabric that entered the English language around the 16th century from a French word meaning "linen cloth" or "canvas" — particularly cloth or canvas for painting on. The word toile can refer to the fabric itself, a test garment (generally) sewn from the same material, or a type of surface decoration (traditionally) pri...
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Toile

A type of decorating pattern consisting of a white or off-white background on which a repeated pattern depicting a fairly complex scene, generally of a pastoral theme such as (for example) a couple having a picnic by a lake. The pattern portion consists of a single colour, most often black, dark red, or blue. Greens and magenta toile patterns are l
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Toile

A fabric printed with landscapes or similar designs in one color on a cream or white background.
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Toile

A type of decorating pattern consisting of a white or off white background on which a repeated pattern depicting a fairly complex scene, generally of a pastoral theme such as ( for example) a couple having a picnic by a lake. The pattern portion consists of a single color, most often black, dark red, or blue.
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Toile

Short for Toile De Jouy, Toile is a type of decorating pattern consisting of a white or off-white background on which a repeated pattern depicting a fairly complex scene, very often of a pastoral theme.
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Toile

Light/medium weight, plain weave, fine, cotton-type fabric, usually with one colored printed scenic design. Used mostly for home furnishings, clothing, etc.
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