Origin of ginghamfrom Dutch gingang or French guingan, ultimately from Malay ginggang, striped (cloth)
A yarn-dyed cotton or cotton blend fabric usually woven in checks, plaids, or stripes.
Origin of ginghamDutch ginggang from Malay genggang, ginggang apart, separated by a space, striped ( as in kain genggang, striped cloth, gingham )
(countable and uncountable, plural ginghams)
From Malay genggang.
- If you have a floral pattern for your draperies, curtains, wallpaper, floor, or rugs, then you may like to use a contrasting stripe, plaid, gingham, or compatible pattern.
- Gingham prints, large paisley looks, leopard style material, fabric and leather combinations, and microfiber are among the choices in the fabric collection.
- While most sailor dresses are navy blue and/or white, this website also features pink dresses, baby blue dresses, and even green gingham ones.
- Blouses - Gingham material was a popular choice for blouses from the rockabilly era, and this style still works well for young girls today.
- For example, you could search "Spring 2009 Michael Kors" and pull up those designs (lots of black and white patterns like gingham and plaid) to aid you in your search for a more current, stylish wardrobe.