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A Canadian-made textile that’s meant to be a temporary replacement for the fabric used to make clothing is being sold at a thrift store in Toronto.
The “Silk Road” fabric is made from a woven textile called silk, and is intended to replace the fabric commonly used to fabricate garments for men and women.
The fabric is meant to go into the market after the company, Fabricate Canada, finishes a pilot program in New Brunswick.
The first phase of the program has been running for more than two months in the region.
The clothing has the potential to be worn for more years than the original silk fabric.
It’s designed to be durable, lightweight and comfortable.
The company says it is now looking for people to buy the fabric for $200 a piece and then sew it onto their clothing.
The silk fabric is used in the construction of clothing, footwear and footwear accessories, and has also been used for clothing in countries around the world.
It’s a durable material and can be used to replace textile fabric for a long period of time, said company president David Haddad.
The original silk silk fabric was used for more that 1.3 million pairs of shoes worldwide from 1900 to 1940.
But by the early 1950s, the cotton-based fabric was replaced by synthetic materials.