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Image from page 239 of "Technology of textile design. Being a practical treatise on the construction and application of weaves for all textile fabrics, with minute reference to the latest inventions for weaving. Containing also an appendix showing the ana

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Title: Technology of textile design. Being a practical treatise on the construction and application of weaves for all textile fabrics, with minute reference to the latest inventions for weaving. Containing also an appendix showing the analysis and giving the calculations necessary for the manufacture of the various textile fabrics

Year: 1889 (1880s)

Authors: Posselt, E. A. (Emanuel Anthony), 1858-1921

Subjects: Textile fabrics

Publisher: Philadelphia, Pub. by the author [etc.] London, S. Low, Marston, Searle & Rivington, limited

Contributing Library: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute Library

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X X _J ^ Fig. 961. Fig. 958 illustrates the plan of another fancy gauze fabric, constructed after the foregoing•example, using only warp threads i, 2, 5 and 6 from the latter (955). Diagram Fig. 959 illustrates the plan of another fancy gauze fabric. Fig. 960 illustrates the corresponding drawing in of warp in ground-harness and the thread-ing of the whip-threads in two doups (i and 2),

 

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Fig. 962. PA ».tk^ x< .X 1 X rV ■• X X nil X X l* ill X X 5. . X xr 1 1 111 ^• ^4 . w X ill X if ■ *1 .X. lllllj z-^ . ■ *l .*, ll L_ l.< . Fig. 963. Fig. 964. Fig. 961 shows the harness-chain required for weaving the fabric shown in Fig. 959. The two-section arrangement, as explained and illustrated, can be extended to three, fouror more sections, and in this manner giving fancy effects to an unlimited number of designs. A further step in producing figured gauze is the combining of gauze and ordinary weavingin the form of stripes. After using a certain number of warp-threads, drawn in its own separate 235 set of harness, for interlacing with the filling either on plain, twill or satin, or in a combination ofall three, use similar effects as previously illustrated and explained, either with one, two or moredifferently working doups, left or right-hand twisting, or all the effects com

  

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