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Some clothes (especially shawls) have at the edge kind of decorative part (see the picture attached here) of which kind of threads falls down.

What is called?

N.b. I don't know its name in my native language, otherwise, I'd check the dictionary.

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  • They might be tassels – Peter Oct 10 '20 at 3:04
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There may be other words, but it's a fringe:

Google "fringed scarf"

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Individually each one is a tassel

Collectively the line of tassels is a fringe.

https://feltmagnet.com/textiles-sewing/Knitting-Hints-How-to-Make-and-Attach-Fringe-Tassels-to-a-Scarf-Shawl-or-Sweater

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    A tassel has a knot at one end; if that is not present, the elements of a fringe are called something else, e.g. twists, threads, or strips. – Michael Harvey Oct 10 '20 at 10:39

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