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Alphabet Game – CLOTHES/CLOTHING

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    Cassel
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    In October, our monthly theme is CLOTHES/CLOTHING.

    Let’s play our monthly alphabet game.

    Let’s find words that are related to clothes. Maybe we’ll find some odd names for pieces of clothing we don’t use anymore? or fabrics? or parts of clothing? I think we will definitely discover new words. And if you have a picture or link to give us more information about those new words, even better.

    Who will start?

    #15092
    Dianne
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    A = apparel

    #15098
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 391
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    B = Bell bottom trousers (pants) remember them?

    #15111
    Marlene Lingham
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    C = Culottes (I still have a pair!)

    #15117
    Rizzi Palma
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    D= dress, that’s was too easy 😉

    #15118
    Dianne
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    E = empire style

    #15138
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 391
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    F = Fabric

    #15145
    Deana Davis
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    G = gingham (small checked fabric in monotone colors on white typically)

    #15151
    Cassel
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    H = Hoody!

    #15152
    Marlene Lingham
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    • 241
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    I = Iron-on patches

    #15156
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 391
    • Enthusiast

    J = Jumpsuit

    #15157
    Michele
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    K = Khakis

    #15159
    Dianne
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    • 391
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    L = leggings

    #15193
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 391
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    M = Macintosh,

    mine was made of Gaberdine fabric which once wet had to be dried in front of the fire and it would steam. They were not nice to wear if damp.

    #15264
    Dianne
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    n = negligee, nightgown, nightie and nightshirt.

    #15266
    Rizzi Palma
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    O = overalls

    #15293
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 391
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    P = Petticoats

     

    #15294
    Michele
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    Q = Quilted Jacket

    #15296
    Dianne
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    • 391
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    R = rompers or robe

    #15360
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 391
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    S= Shirts

    #15363
    Sharon Murray
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    • 32
    • Rookie

    Tie

    #15366
    Dianne
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    • 391
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    u = underwear or under garments

    #15372
    Michele
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    • 897
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    V = Velour ~ don’t you just love the feel?

    #15394
    Sheila Hogg
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    • 391
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    W = Waistcoat

    #15395
    Dianne
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    • 391
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    X = X, XL, XXL, etc….sizes of clothes for curvy women like me.

    #15398
    Michele
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    Good answer, Dianne…also curvy

    #15399
    Michele
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    Y = Yoga Pants

    #15401
    Dianne
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    • 391
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    Z = Zebra stripes, which along with other animal prints are popular on clothing and accessories.

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