I'm trying to spin this as a possibly aran weight thick and thin slubbed two-ply, but I'm struggling. From Wordnik.com. [Righty-ho.] Reference
She was dressed in a black, slubbed-silk suit, black alligator shoes and matching handbag, and was wrapped in a stylish three-quarter-length black suede coat. From Wordnik.com. [The Kaisho]
So, lots of stuff happening here today - the kids slubbed around in the morning in their pyjamas and watched telly for ages, which was great, as that meant sewing time for mummy. From Wordnik.com. [More cats, and cords, inchies, cards and so on] Reference
I like the slubbed silk idea, but I've read somewhere that if you use dupion or shantung with the "lines" sorry, can't remember the proper word running vertically, the seams tend to unravel. From Wordnik.com. [A Perfect Storm - A Dress A Day] Reference
The lanes and the gateways in the fields, as they say, are 'slubby' enough in November, and those who try to go through get 'slubbed' up to their knees. From Wordnik.com. [Field and Hedgerow Being the Last Essays of Richard Jefferies] Reference
I am violently attentive, and bank rate loan indefinitely parasitemia to be magyar, that the coccyzus of a embroiled wimpy handlebar are at the murderee of the triumphant cession of clean of slubbed nogales. From Wordnik.com. [Rational Review] Reference
A slubbed silk would be perfect. From Wordnik.com. [Sometimes Simplicity Really Is - A Dress A Day] Reference
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