Wool: Worsted "Stuffs"
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The generic term “stuff” referred in the 18th century to a wide variety of worsted goods produced originally in Norwich, England and later in York. These goods were characterized by their tightly twisted yarn, fineness of weave and smooth finish making them desirable for Men’s as well as Ladies garments. The grades of stuff varied from coarse to fine and the weave could be plain or twilled.