Thomas Mason



Dobby 100/2
150cm - 107-118 g/m2 - Ne 100/2 x 100/2-38/3
Dobby is derived from the term “draw boy”
and refers to a small child who was perched
at the top of a loom in order to help the
weaver achieve complicated structures. The
draw boy was replaced around 1840 by a
mechanical wooden peg system called "dobby loom".
Dobby designs are often white-on-white to accentuate
the complex structures, which today are produced by
computerised technology.

Product Care Details
Washing max 60°
No bleaching
No tumbler dry
Do Not Starch
Ironing at medium temperature

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