Houndstooth

A broken check pattern in a twill weave fabric. Often made of wool fibers, but can be other natural or man-made fibers.
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Houndstooth

Houndstooth, hounds tooth check or hound`s tooth (and similar spellings), also known as dogstooth, dogtooth or dog`s tooth, is a duotone textile pattern characterized by broken checks or abstract four-pointed shapes, often in black and white, although other colours are used. The classic houndstooth pattern is an example of a tessellation. A smal.....
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Houndstooth

[Record Label] == History == Houndstooth is an independent record label based in Farringdon, London. Houndstooth is the artist-led label from the London nightclub Fabric, and was started in February 2013 by label manager Leo Belchetz, A&R Rob Booth and managing director Rob Butterworth. The label is home to artists such as Special Request, ...
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Houndstooth

A twill variant in which the floats and stripes of color in the warp and weft are arranged to form an allover design of barbed or broken squares.
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Houndstooth

A two-toned pattern featuring broken checks or pointed shapes, originating in Scotland. Popular in 1960's style jackets, suits and hats. Also referred to as dog's tooth.
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houndstooth

fabric with an irregular checked pattern
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Houndstooth

Originating Scotland, this is a two-toned pattern featuring broken checks.
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