One yard and 10" long remnant.
Ticking (also ticken) for most of the 18th century was made of linen but beginning in the late 1770s in England and the early 1790s in America large cotton mills were established. These quickly grew in scale and by the early 19th century cotton ticking was cheep and available.
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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 01 November, 2008.