FIBRES

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  • Created by: Abigail
  • Created on: 16-01-14 11:39
Materials are produced in three different ways. 1. Sp____ fibres into yarns
Spinning
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2. We____ the yarns into fibres
Weaving
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3. Kn____ the yarns into fabrics
Knitting
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And finally applying fin___ to the fabrics
Finishes
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All synthetic fibres are fila____
Filaments
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Some can be c__ into shorter lengths to replicate na____ fibres
Cut and natural fibres
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Silk is the only na___ fibre that is a fila____
Natural fibre that's a filament
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Microfibres are a whole series of ulta-f___ fibres which are 100x thinner than a hu___ ha___
Ultra-fine fibtres, human hair
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They can be blended with syn___ fibres which have some na____ content in them
Synthetic natural
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Ly__ is blended with other fibres to make it very st___
Lycra and very stretchy
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Used mainly in spo__ wear and body-hu___ clothes
Sports wear, body hugging clothes
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Tenc__ is made from cellulose wo__ pu__
Tencel and wood pulp
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It's used for sh___ and je__
Shirts and Jeans
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Regenerated cellulose examples include vi___ and mo___
Viscose and modal
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Cellulose acid is ace___
Acetate
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Synthetic fibres are all of the polys and elas___, ny___, acr___, P__ and Tef___
Elastane, Nylon, Acrylic, PVC and Teflon
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2. We____ the yarns into fibres

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Weaving

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3. Kn____ the yarns into fabrics

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Card 4

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And finally applying fin___ to the fabrics

Back

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Card 5

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All synthetic fibres are fila____

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