Textiles - A bit of everything!

I'll try to fit a load in, because it will help me, and you I hope!

Oh and some of the more random questions..I got a bit bored ;) watch out for that Haggis!

Also it's in a completely random order, because it got annoying and wouldn't reorder so I got confused and gave up.

Probably not the best way to spend the last night before my exam. You'd best like it!!

  • Created by: Elisabeth
  • Created on: 17-05-11 21:43
What is the direction of the wale in knitting?
Vertical
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What is the direction of the weft in weaving?
Horizontal
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What is the percentage of its weight cotton can absorb without dripping?
65%
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How are non-woven fabrics made?
Bonding or felting the fibres together
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What animal produces the fine under hair for Cashmere?
Kel Goat
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Name the fibre that is made from cellulose and acetic acid
Acetate
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What is the direction of the course in knitting?
Horizontal
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In what way can a striped effect be achieved on a fabric?
By combining using both answers 3 + 4
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What is the direction of the warp in weaving?
Vertical
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Elisabeth

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Look at this comment after you've done the quiz!!!

The way i remember weft and warp are..weft, is to the left! So across the fabric, and warp is the other one, down the length vertical.

Wale (for knitting) is a whale swimming down..and course is how coarse the fabric is..on the top, across. 

Hope this helps! :) x

nicole

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Nice facts, and to my surprise, i got the bunny question right!

I thought the cotton being able to absorb 65% of its weight before dripping was a good question!

I also use that ''weft is left'' thing to help me too!! haha

Thanks for the quiz!

Beth

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you can also remember warp and weft threads as in... weft to the left and warp to the tooopp (said in a posh voice) i use the method all the time :P

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