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What is calico used for?
These days, calico is used to make things such as aprons, curtain linings and bags, and it is also used in a range of upholstery, quilting and crafting projects. It is very common for calico fabric to be used by dressmakers too and it is the perfect ‘mock-up’ fabric.
Who owns Calico homes?
Calico Homes is part of The Calico Group– combining expertise and innovation to achieve maximum social impact.
How do I get a council house in Burnley?
- Burnley Borough Council – Housing Needs Team.
- Public phone: 01282 42501
- Email: [email protected].
- Website URL: http://www.burnley.gov.uk.
- Service offered: Assessment of priority need under the Housing Act.
- Target group: People who are or may be priority homeless and the general public.
What council is Burnley?
Burnley district – Lancashire County Council.
What are the disadvantages of calico?
How did calico get its name?
Calico originated in Calicut, from which the name of the textile came, in South India, now Kerala, during the 11th century, where the cloth was known as “chaliyan”. It was mentioned in Indian literature by the 12th century when the polymath and writer Hemachandra described calico fabric prints with a lotus design.
What is another name for calico?
Words Related to Calico
In this page you can discover 19 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for calico, like: multicolour, piebald, motley, particoloured, varicolored, cloth, , shirting, pied, multicolor and multi-color.
What is calico print?
calico, all-cotton fabric woven in plain, or tabby, weave and printed with simple designs in one or more colours. Calico originated in Calicut, India, by the 11th century, if not earlier, and in the 17th and 18th centuries calicoes were an important commodity traded between India and Europe.