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In a Woven Fabric in which direction does the weft yarn travel?
Right to Left
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In a Woven Fabric in which direction does the warp yarn travel?
Up and Down
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Martial arts expert Gary wants to design some trousers that stretch but don't lose their shape. Should Gary use weft-knitted or warp-knitted fabric?
Warp-knitted
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What are two disadvantages of fabric made from 100% cotton?
creases easily and has poor elasticity
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What fibre is used to make denim?
Cotton
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What fibre is used to make chiffon?
Silk
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What is an example of an elastomeric fibre?
Elastane
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What are the two ways of combining fabrics?
Mixing and blending
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What is the correct definition of a smart fabric?
Fabrics that react automatically to changes in the surroundings.
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In a Woven Fabric in which direction does the warp yarn travel?

Back

Up and Down

Card 3

Front

Martial arts expert Gary wants to design some trousers that stretch but don't lose their shape. Should Gary use weft-knitted or warp-knitted fabric?

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

What are two disadvantages of fabric made from 100% cotton?

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

What fibre is used to make denim?

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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