Loom Types

fabric spinning weaving The earliest art of hand weaving along with hand spinning remains a popular craft. There are different types of weaving looms and these include handloom, frame loom and back strap loom. A loom is a mechanism or tool used for weaving yarn and thread into textiles. Looms vary in a wide assortment of sizes. They come in huge free standing hand looms, tiny hand-held frames, to vast automatic mechanical tools. A loom can as well pertain to an electric line construction like that of a wiring loom.

Putting the Fabric

embroidery finishing The process of passing the fabric through the embroidery machine and fixing it on the length and side tension bars is called ?putting the fabric?

Energy consumption for machines and compressed air

spinning yarn The results of energy consumption calculation in spinning mills on machines and compressed air.

Layout /Cutting Marking

apparel apparel-making After purchasing fabric, pattern, notions, and preparing the fabric (on grain and re-shrunk / washed), you are ready to do the pattern layout. A layout is a plan for the placement of pattern pieces on the fabric.There are various categories of layout marking like grainlines, place of fold brackets, notches etc.There are also various methods of cutting marking such as single size, multi size and cutting in a particular body size

Miscellaneous Fibres

fiber Fibres which do not logically "fit" under other classifications such as natural, manmade, mineral etc. such novaloid, carbon, poly-phenylenedibenzimidazole polyimide fibres etc. are categorized under miscellaneous fibres.

Combing

yarn Necessity of combing, objectives of combing, Combers Noel

Perfect Panty Fitting

apparel under-garments Determining your proper panty fit requires knowledge of two components: waist measurement and hip measurement. The hardest part about purchasing lingerie that fits well and looks good, is knowing what to look for. There are so many choices in fabric, style and size to choose from today.

Stitch Formation Cycles

fabric knitting weaving Knitting stitch formation with various needles - Latch, Beard & Compound