- n. From the Latin "serica" (which means silk) and lately from the Italian "sergea". A serge is a fabric with a flat diagonal twill line from the lower left to the upper right selvage. In general, any fabric with diagonal lines resembling twill.
- Twill (fabric)
- wd:Q1152241 (Silk Heritage Thesaurus)
- Tortora, Phyllis, y Ingrid Johnson. The Fairchild Books Dictionary of Textiles, 2014; Montgomery, Florence. Textiles in America, 1650-1870. New York: W W Norton & Co Inc, 1984; Wilson, Janet. Classic and Modern Fabrics: The Complete Illustrated Sourcebook. London: Thames & Hudson Ltd, 2010.
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