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Patterns can be printed or embroidered on fabric, but for damask, the pattern is woven into the fabric using a jacquard-loom. This reversible fabric can be made from a variety of fibers, from silk to synthetic, and its uses date back to the early Middle Ages. Damask is a fixture of many homes, as its durable and decorative nature makes it great for upholstery and curtains.