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Getting shirty...

A great article about shirtings.

I would have explained satin before jacquard and dobby. Both create patterns by making shaped areas of twill or satin on a broadcloth or end-on-end ground.

Still, a very good article, and the explanation of voile is the best articulated I've seen. A similar article on suitings would be really valuable.

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finickynarcane
Nov. 28th, 2005 03:19 pm (UTC)
Since I have the setts for several different satin weaves, I occasionally find myself with an urge to weave wool satin. It just seems so wrong.
bovil
Nov. 28th, 2005 03:42 pm (UTC)
You're right.

That is pretty wrong.

It might be even more wrong than weaving wool voile.
finickynarcane
Nov. 28th, 2005 09:40 pm (UTC)
I would have to add about satin that it is a "random" weave. By that I mean that a "standard" satin sett mixes up where it catches the floats as much as it can in order to not have a visible pattern. I can quote the setts and treadle patterns for you, if you'd like.
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