What Does Nap Mean on Sewing Patterns?

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In sewing patterns the word nap is used to describe the texture of a piece of fabric. A fabric without nap is a fabric that looks the same whatever way round you turn it. A fabric with nap looks different, though this difference may be quite subtle and not easy to detect at first glance.
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