Dotted Swiss (fabric)

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Dotted Swiss, also known as Swiss Dot, is a sheer cotton fabric that is embellished with small dots.

The dots can be applied in a number of different ways and colors, and is used for baby clothes, wedding dresses [1] and curtains. The design is said to have originated around 1750 in St. Gallen, Switzerland, which emerged as a textile center in the 15th century.[2]