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Integrated in one zero one Double-Ended Hook are heavily woven sew styles to the extra open and lacy Crochenit™ stitches. a photo of every facet of the swatch demonstrates which stitches paintings top for reversible designs. All you want to be sure is whether or not to make a dishcloth, position mat, afghan or a wearable garment.
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The details of this system will be described in Chapter 12. 7 Wrap spinning methods Besides the use of twist to consolidate the drafted ribbon of parallel fibres that constitutes a spun structure, surface fibres protruding from the ribbon or a continuous filament (or filaments) can be made to wrap (or bind) the fibre assembly to form a yarn with usable strength. 1 Surface fibre wrapping Two techniques are used: friction spinning and air-jet spinning. 21 In-phase and 180° phased ST yarn structures.
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13, it can be reasoned that in order to combine the twist and winding actions, the forming yarn must approach the spindle axis at a suitable angle, b. The apex of this angle through which the yarn passes must be the point, A, on the spindle axis. The yarn must then bend away from this point and subsequently bend a second time, at B, to approach tangentially, at the angle f in the horizontal plane, the circumference of the bobbin mounted coaxially with the spindle. Thus, as the spindle rotates and the yarn path follows the circular trajectory, each completed circle of rotation will insert one turn of twist within the length AB.