Damasks used one of the five basic weaving techniques of the Byzantine and Islamic weaving centers of the early Middle Ages, and derive their name from the city of Damascus. It is a rich patterned reversible fabric of cotton, linen, silk, or wool. Most damasks are woven in a single color, with a glossy warp-faced satin pattern against a duller ground. Two-colour damasks have contrasting colour warps and wefts.
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I'm crossing my fingers that my hand-made bookmarks quickly find happy homes in new customers' books. Oh, and here's a preview... It's my Blogoversary tomorrow and I'm having a giveaway for a couple of my bookmarks! So, please come back tomorrow and sign up to possibly win. Bring your favorite book quote, you'll need it, hehehe. ;o)
I hope to see you all tomorrow! I'll bring snacks. It'll be a party. There'll be decorations. What fun!
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