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This is a measure of the fineness (thin-ness) of cotton. 120’s cotton is finer than 110’s and 100’s cotton. Typically, it is calculated using the English count method, which measures the number of hanks (840 yards) in a pound of cotton. 120’s cotton is categorized as a fine count, with a count of one through 40 being considered coarse, 40 through 80 considered medium and above 80 considered fine counts.