Varieties of cotton include: long-staple, short-staple, upland, Sea Island, Barbadense (Latin), Nankin, Peruvian, Brazil, Bahia, Egyptian, Pima, kidney.
Varieties of cloth made out of cotton include: lawn, batiste, chintz, organdy, dotted swiss, voile, cambric, calico, chambray, broadcloth, denim, lisle, ticking, net, muslin, crinoline, flannelette, gingham, jersey, piquÃ©, eyelet batiste, monkscloth, poplin, velveteen, gabardine, crepe, twill, canvas, percale, balloon cloth, toweling, terry cloth, sailcloth, cheesecloth, shirting, theatrical gauze;
See cotton in Webster's New World Roget's A-Z Thesaurus II
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