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Strie: Said of a which has irregular stripes or streaks of practically the same color in the background. Synthetics: Man-made, sciennfically produced fibers used in many fabncs. Today, some are muitico-lored. polish can be achieved either through the weave or the addition of a resin finish.
The two filiments joined togather are know as the CACOON TREATMENT or BAVE. Faille: A flat. ribbed fabric woven with fine yarns in the warp, with heavier yarns in the filling. A single filiments called BRINS.
most often a cotton warp and a filling. The warp ends are drawn through heddle eyes in the correct manner, and in the turning-over of the crank shaft of the loom, a shed is formed with each turn. Can be two-tone or multicolor, the difference being that the design has a greater raised effect on the face of the fabric. Some types of synthetics are: rayon, nylon, polyester, and fiberglass.
When the silkworm begins its spinning, two filaments are emitted from the "silk ducts" which are covered by SILK GUM or SERICIN from the sacks before they come from the mouth. Most like natural cotton in its appearance and physical properties. By regulation of the Federal Trade Commission, this information must be provided in all price lists. These premium hides in their natural, unadulterated state retain the superior characteristics of suppleness and tuftability found only in genuine Full Top Grain leather.
: Flax is the plant, is the product from flax. It Herringbone: A broken twill weave composed of vertical sections which are alternately right hand and left hand in direction. See Style Guide. The difference lies in the use of a yarn of the varied thickness which gives the fabric a nubby texture.
Recently developed for upholstery fabric. Used for upholstery only. Natural Fibers: Those ftbers which come from cotton, wool, silk and Fax (). Minor motions on looms are the take-up, let-off, and.
Polyeiter Ingredients: A manufactured fiber in which the fiber-forming substance is any long chain synthetic polymer composed of at least 85% by weight of an ester of a substituted aromatic carboxylic acid, including but not restricted to substituted terephthalate units. Average dye lot 700 yards. The Satin Weave: Has few interlacings widely but regularly spaced, resulting in a a lustrous "right" side and dull back. Rayon: An economical man-made fiber, soft feeling, dyes well.
Originally this type of loom needed a "dobby boy" who sat on the top of the loom and drew up warp threads to term a. Selvage: Narrow edge of woven fabric (warp direction) usually of stronger yarns or denser construction than body of coth. Polished Cotton: A plain weave cotton characterized by a sheen ranging from dull to bright. it is a cut pile fabric similar to regular velvet but with a higher pile.