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A Cloque or cloqué (French for "blister" or "blistered"), occasionally abbreviated clox, is a cloth with a raised woven pattern and a puckered or quilted look.[1] The surface is made up of small irregularly raised figures formed by the woven structure. The Americanized spelling is "cloky".


  1. ^ Encyclopedia of Textiles. American Fabrics Magazine. 1960. ISBN 0-13-276568-3.