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The history of wool and woolcombing.

  • 487 Pages
  • 4.13 MB
  • English
S. Low, Marston, Searle and Rivington , London
Wool-combing, Woolen and worsted manufacture -- Hi
LC ClassificationsTS1625 B87
The Physical Object
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Open LibraryOL23305087M

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Featured texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK (US) Genealogy Lincoln Collection Full text of "The history of wool and woolcombing". Nov 13,  · Wool combs, on the other hand, could be easily made from wood, bone, or metal and be serviceable. Wool combs come in various shapes and designs, and older combs sometimes resembles the hackles now more commonly used for preparing flax for linen spinning.

Wool combers were journeymen and seemed to have been a law unto themselves. Feb 24,  · The History of Wool and Woolcombing by James Burnley,available at Book Depository with free delivery James Burnley. therein and Value of the Manufacture Estimate of the Quantity of Wool.

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Shop Shop > Books > History > The History of Wool and Woolcombing. spend £40 get £5 off code SAVEFIVE. Feedback. Oxfam Online Shop paperback. Book condition: as new, slight crease in the bottom-right corner of the front cover. The wool combing machine was invented by Edmund Cartwright, the inventor of the power loom, in was patented on This machine was used to arrange and lay parallel by length the fibers of wool, prior to further machine was important in the mechanization of the textile machine was refined by many later spinning tools: Hand spinning, Distaff.

Wool in history: The sheep could be milked (and still is, in many parts of the world). When it shed its fleece this could be spun and woven into cloth. Man soon realized that to kill the sheep for its meat alone was a waste of food and material.

And once he became a shepherd with the help of his friend the dog- probably the only animal to be. When combing wool, the discarded short fibres are called noils, and are ground up into shoddy.

In general, there are two main systems of preparing fibre for yarn: the worsted system and the woollen system.

The worsted system is defined by the removal of. Woolen and worsted manufacture. Here are entered works on the technical processing of wool. Works on the economic aspects of woolen goods are entered under Woolen goods industry. Works on the industry based on raw wool are entered under Wool industry.

See also what's at. Nov 21,  · THE history of the Bradford textile industry from the Edwardian age to the Millennium is traced in a new book. Tony Phillips looks back on those early days The rise and fall of Wool City.

Aug 09,  · Because worsted wool is made from long fibres which all lie parallel, the natural crimp of the wool is removed, and the forms a very tight, hard yarn when spun, with little space between the fibres (as opposed to the more open, fluffy woollen yarn). Jun 01,  · I enjoyed the authors very disciplined approach to wool combing and spinning in general.

When I first learned to spin I was just happy that the fibre didn't drift apart in my hands or knot up like twine, but now I'm more interested in producing the specific type of yarn I want, and this book is helpful in pointing out the things to be mindful of at the fibre prep stage in order to achieve /5.

Smith's Woolcombing Works, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. Workers In The Late 19Th Century. From Picturesque History Of Yorkshire, Published C Get premium, high resolution news photos at.

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Ltd. Architect maps Milton Mill, Mossley. Highlights from the History of the Woolen Industry in Yorkshire Weaving with wool has a long history in England. The Romans had weaving shops at Winchester where they manufactured clothing for the army.

There are indications that the English were involved in cloth making as early as the reign of the Saxon King, Alfred (). Carding. Raw wool was raked through to untangle it and make the fibres roughly parallel. Woolcombing was a more thorough process, where in addition to raking, short staple wool was removed.

Woolcombing was an apprenticed trade. Family Tree magazine, Novembervol13 no 1 Spinning Weaving Cleaning and Scouring. Jan 27,  · Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Sep 11, - Explore PWM's board ""SHOW ME YOUR CARDS.

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Hand Woolcombing and Spinning: Peter Teal: Books having read his article in Spin-Off. (Okay I confess I am a bit of a history geek.) I found the instruction easy to follow, but I am someone that easily learns from written text.

This book was very helpful in learning about wool and how to correctly comb out wool and creat 5/5(6).

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Publish your book with B&N Author: Peter Teal. Combing with English wool combs (pic heavy) Most of the technique and terminology I'm using comes from reading Peter Teal's Hand Woolcombing and Spinning-- it's a really excellent book on the history and technique of combing wool as well as techniques on spinning a 'true worsted' yarn.

Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to navigation Jump to search. English [] Etymology []. wool +‎ combing. Noun []. woolcombing (uncountable). The work of a woolcomber, combing wool to disentangle it and straighten out the fibres.

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