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Woollen cloth manufacture and finishing

Worshipful Company of Clothworkers

Woollen cloth manufacture and finishing

the clotherworkers" craft.

by Worshipful Company of Clothworkers

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Published by The Company in (London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesLeaflet -- 5
The Physical Object
Pagination1 sheet folded ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20788758M

Woollen Cloth Manufacture. Cloth production involved a series of processes, a detailed description of which is given in Ken Rogers' Warp and Weft: the story of the Somerset and Wilts woollen industry (Barracuda Books, Buckingham, , ISBN 0 6): 1. Preparing the wool. Yiduo Group is a professional wool fabric manufacturer in Zhangjiagang City, which city is one of the top ten civilization cities of China. It holds two % share holding manufacturing companies, Zhangjiagang Yiduo Dyeing & Finishing Co., Ltd.

A loden cape is an overcoat of Tyrolean origin, made of a thick, water-resistant woolen material with a short pile known as loden cloth, first produced by peasants in fabric is derived from the coarse, oily wool of mountain sheep and has a traditional earthy green colour. The name is derived from Middle High German "lode" or from Old High German "lodo", meaning "coarse cloth". The collection of coating fabrics has its roots in the Fox Brothers’ Archives and as it has developed, covers all manner of wool and worsted coatings. For town, there is the classic milled woollen overcoat, soft to touch and the black worsted herringbone cloth, both woven from fine British spun yarns.

W.D. Schindler, P.J. Hauser, in Chemical Finishing of Textiles, Wet and dry or chemical and mechanical finishing. Textile wet processing can be thought of having three stages, pretreatment (or preparation), coloration (dyeing or printing) and finishing. Finishing in the narrow sense is the final step in the fabric manufacturing process, the last chance to provide the properties that. Woolen cloth was loosely woven. To finish the cloth it was fulled by a process of applying moisture and pressure. After the cloth was fulled it was stretched to dry. Next the cloth was dressed. Teasel, a thistlelike plant, was used to brush the cloth and bring up the nap, which was then cut close to the surface of the cloth.


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