cretonne[krē tän′, krē′tän′]
cretonne definition by Webster's New World
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a heavy, unglazed, printed cotton or linen cloth, used for curtains, slipcovers, etc.
Origin: French after Creton, village in Normandy, noted for its cloth since the 16th century, centuries
cretonne definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A heavy unglazed cotton, linen, or rayon fabric, colorfully printed and used for draperies and slipcovers.
Origin: After Creton, a village of northwest France.