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But instead of notes, it gives instructions to the machine on how to create the design. sometimes carried by a shuttle, sometimes propelled by air pressure, or other methods in shuttless looms. Ombre: A fabric woven with shades of one color from light to dark in the warp, usually creating a striped effect. Fiberglass: Fibers and yarns produced from glass and woven into flexible fabrics.
Olefin: Another strong man-made fiber giving resistance to abrasion and stain resistance. Natural Fibers: Cotton Wool Silk Hemp b. This is achieved by dissolving them in a solvent or melting them with heat. usually with a sheen on its surface.
Tufting Yarn: Hooked by needle into fabric structure usually at a very high speed developed initially for carpeting. sometimes carried by a shuttle, sometimes propelled by air pressure, or other methods in shuttless looms. Velvet was introduced during the Renaissance in Italy and Spain and later moved to France. generally in the direction ot the warp, which is created either by tension weaving or through the application of a caustic soda solution which shrinks part ot the yarns on the back of the.
Can be two-tone or multicolor, the difference being that the design has a greater raised effect on the face of the fabric. See Style Guide Astragal-small, semi-circular molding applied to the glazing bars on cabinets Attached back pillow-a pillow which cannot be removed from the upholstered piece of furniture B [TOP] Didn Bachelor Baize-wool fabric resembling felt, usually green, used on gaming tables Baker Ball and claw- (see claw and ball) Baluster-an upright, such as a leg or rail, shaped like a vase or urn Banding-veneer cut into narrow strips and applied to create a decorative effect, usually found around the edges of tables and drawer fronts Baroque-an extravagant and heavily ornate style of architecture, furniture, and decoration that originated in 17th century Italy. Spinning: This final operation in yarn manufacture consists of the drawing, twisting, and the winding or the newly spun yarn onto a device such as a bobbin, spindle, cop. Jacquaid Design: A woven design made with the aid of a jacquard head (this constitutes a jacquard loom) and may vary from simple, self-colored, spot effects to elaborate, multicolored, all over effects.
most often a cotton warp and a filling. A single filiments called BRINS. The substances used in the production of the noncellulosic fibers generally are melted or chemically converted into a liquid state.