Cabo Superfine Wool Gabardine
Gabardine was invented in 1879 by Thomas Burberry,
founder of the Burberry fashion house in Great Britain. Originally created as a waterproofed fabric for outdoor activities, gabardine was woven as a regular twill, with a prominent diagonal rib on the face and smooth surface on the back. Cabo is composed of superfine grade Australian wool, masterfully woven to create a soft hand yet sturdy enough to hold a crease. Multipurpose uses include couture apparel, elegant drapery and formal uniforms.
•100’s Worsted Wool
Fabric is sold by the Bolt. Sample yardage is available for qualified manufacturing customers.