Paragraph 6. The name cambric was originally applied only to a very fine linen cloth. A fabric by this name is now made of cotton, however, though not so good in quality as that made of linen. It is a plain weave with very smooth surfaces. It is sometimes spoken of as cambric muslin. It is used for linings and underwear. Most common width, 36". Usual price per yard, 10c to 30c.