Oxford Oxford is a fabric type used for make shirts. It takes its name from the English town of Oxford, where production began to make oxford-type shirts.
Technically it is made with a “nattè” weave, with the doubling of the warp and weft threads of the same count or with thin threads doubled in the warp and a single thicker and softer weft thread. Its peculiarity is to have colored warp threads and white weft threads, which accentuates the basket weaving effect by forming a tiny grid. Fresh hand fabric is made with very fine pure cotton yarn.
The measurements are expressed in centimeters
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