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pattern Gingham

The term gingham commonly refers to a pattern of small, equally sized squares in contrasting white and solid colours, but it also denotes a crisp, lightweight cotton fabric with this design. The checkerboard pattern is created by setting the loom with balanced sections of white and coloured threads in both warp and weft. A lighter shade appears in between the solid blocks, where white and dyed threads interlace.

pattern Gingham

gingham

The term gingham commonly refers to a pattern of small, equally sized squares in contrasting white and solid colours, but it also denotes a crisp, lightweight cotton fabric with this design. Gingham is derived from words in Malay and Hindi translating to ‘striped cloth’ or ‘checked cloth’.

 

The characteristic checkerboard pattern is created by setting the loom with balanced sections of white and coloured threads in both warp and weft, meaning both directions of the weave; a lighter shade appears in between the solid blocks, where white and dyed threads interlace.