Viyella

Viyella was a blend of wool and cotton first woven in 1893 in England, and soon to be the `first branded fabric in the world`. It was made of 55 percent merino wool and 45 percent cotton in a twill weave, developed by James and Robert Sissons of William Hollins & Company, spinners and hosiers. The brand name, first registered as a trademark in 1.....
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Viyella

noun a fabric made from a twilled mixture of cotton and wool
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Viyella

Viyella is a trade name for a woven fabric of wool and cotton, invented by William Hollins and Company in the late 19th century and used for making nightshirt's and underwear. During the 20th century the material became popular for also making pyjamas, jumpers and shirts.
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Viyella

[n] - (trademark) a fabric made from a twilled mixture of cotton and wool
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