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Clydella is the trademarked name for 81% cotton and 19% wool fabric produced by William Hollins & Co. of England. It was woven in a mill near Glasgow on the banks of the Clyde river, from which it takes its name. Clydella was developed as a shirting for military uniforms in WWI. It is a less costly alternative to Viyella, also made by Hollins.

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