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2 December 2013
Cretonne is the name given to all fabrics with classic floral prints of English inspiration, independent of the type of weave or composition, although they tend to be Linen or Cotton.
The origin of the same is attributed to Paul Creton, an inhabitant of Vimoutiers in Lower Normandy in France, where the population was heavily involved in the textile industry in the 17th and 18th centuries.
Strong and resistant fabrics they are normally used for upholstery, curtains, quilts and cushions.