2 edition of history of the woollen and worsted industries. found in the catalog.
history of the woollen and worsted industries.
Written in English
|Series||Histories of English industries|
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|Number of Pages||273|
History of the Worsted Manufacture in England from Earliest Times, J. James, London, The Welsh Woollen Industry, J. Geraint Jenkins, The National Museum of Wales, Welsh Folk Museum, Cardiff, The History of the English Woollen and Worsted Industries, E . This book analyses the sources of finance used in the Yorkshire wool textile sector during a period of rapid expansion, considerable technical change and the gradual transformation from domestic and workshop production to factory industry. Although there has been much recent debate about capital investment proportions and their sources nationally, there is no other study of a region or section.
woollen industry. This responded early to the possibilities presented by water power, and the fulling mill, introduced in the late 12th cent., spread widely thereafter, although hand-finishing of cloth survived in remote rural societies until the 19th cent. Distaff spinning was replaced by the wheel in the 14th cent., and the loom was improved constantly to help weaving productivity. A worsted warp and woollen weft, twisted and usually fulled. A higher quality than ‘coarse’ Bays (baize) A worsted warp and woollen weft, lightly fulled and raised. A high quality cloth: Duffel: A thick, waterproof ‘self-grey’ Carptmeals: A coarse cloth, possibly rag rugs or ‘carpet’ Motlaye: The Brabanter cloth, coloured and hand.
The history of the woollen and worsted industries, (London: A. & C. Black, Ltd., ), by E. Lipson (page images at HathiTrust; US access only) Recent tendencies in the wool trade with special reference to their tariff aspects, FHL book U25s v. 63, ), and Hurley (The Book of Trades or Library of the Useful Arts. Vol I. Wiltshire Family History Society, ), and there are smaller sections on the craft in Aspin (The Woollen Industry. Shire Publications, ), and Dixon (A Heritage of Anglian Crafts. Minimax Books, Peterborough, Northamptonshire, ).
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Towards front of book there is an illustration of the processes of the woollen and worsted industries which opens out to size of approximately three pages. If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact the store, either through this site, by phone, or if you're local, pop in ask for Holly.
Worsted cloth was known in the 18th and through the 19th century as stuff to differentiate it from cloth, which was woollen fabric.
Stuff was also used to describe other woven fabrics of fibres other than silk, especially once cotton became more common as a fabric in the late 18th century, so a mention of a garment made of stuff does not.
Raymond Share Price, Raymond Stock Price, Raymond Ltd. Stock/Share prices, Raymond Ltd. Live BSE/NSE, F&O Quote of Raymond Ltd. with Historic price charts for NSE /. sheep breeding shearing wool marketing wool - history woolclassing wool - chemistry, cloth - woollen, cloth - worsted, yarn - woollen, yarn - worsted, sheep breeding, shearing, wool marketing, wool - history, woolclassing, wool - chemistry Historical information "Wool - the raw material of the woolen and worsted industries" -S H Hart, Worsted (/ ˈ w ɜːr s t ɪ d / or / ˈ w ʊ s t ɪ d /) is a high-quality type of wool yarn, the fabric made from this yarn, and a yarn weight category.
The name derives from Worstead, a village in the English county of village, together with North Walsham and Aylsham, formed a manufacturing centre for yarn and cloth in the 12th century, when pasture enclosure and Liming.
Brearley worked in Wakefield as a cloth frizzer, operating a mill which put a fine raised nap on woollen cloth by running it between two boards covered with sand.;Many of the entries in his memorandum book reflect his familiarity with the region's woollen and worsted industries, covering all aspects of the trade, from directions for making.
With the Marks & Spencer Company Archive already located on the University’s campus, as well as the region’s history at the heart of the UK’s woollen, worsted and textile industries, coming. P.R.O. /15 James I. Mich. 31; Hist. MSS. Gomm. Buckingham MSS. In the ’s, bayes manufacturers were using 20–25 lbs.
of fell wool in making the weft of their cloth (The Ordinance Book of the Merchants of the Staple, ed. Rich (Cambridge, ), p. 68).Fell wool was also used in the manufacture of blankets, druggets, kersies, penistones, long-ells, stockings and hats (J Author: Peter J.
Bowden. Clapham, ‘Industrial Organisation in the Woollen and Worsted Industries of Yorkshire, Econ. 16 () –22; idem, ‘The Transference of the Worsted Industry from Norfolk to the West Riding’, Econ.
20 () –; but cf. Medick’s discussion of the contradiction between production for use and production for exchange Author: Derek Gregory.
In side-by-side comparison of worsted and woolen yarns with the same fiber and yarn structure, the worsted yarn is more durable, less warm, and heavier than a woolen yarn. The packing-in of the fiber as worsted yarn is made allows the fibers to protect each other for longer wear and less pilling.
Worsted - v - Woolens. April Scotland makes Woollens, England makes Worsteds - more or less. According to the " Century Dictionary" Worsted " is a variety of woollen yarn or thread spun from long stapled wool which has been combed and, in the spinning, has been twisted harder than is usual.
Description. A downloadable PDF version of John Schofield’s book “Cloth Finishing: Woollen and Worsted”. The author described the work as a “comprehensive textbook on cloth finishing — based on scientific principles but severely practical in intention”.
The Yorkshire Woollen And Worsted Industries: From The Earliest Times Up To The Industrial Revolution. Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp Oxford: Clarendon Press, pp Journal.Illustrated History from Hipperholme to Tong James Parker, From Sir Henry Mitchell letter on the Worsted Trade in transcribed in Yorkshire, Scenes, Lore, and Legends "Weaving was also mostly done by hand, and was also carried out in the houses of the operatives.
Power looms were then just being introduced, but weaving by hand.Wool is the textile fiber obtained from sheep and other animals, including cashmere and mohair from goats, qiviut from muskoxen, hide and fur clothing from bison, angora from rabbits, and other types of wool from camelids.
Wool consists of protein together with a small percentage of lipids. In this regard it is chemically quite distinct from the more dominant textile, cotton, which is mainly.