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July - August 65 1. Introduction There are various studies have been done on spinning triangle and it's significant on structure and properties of end product . In this sequence it is a theoretical attempt to go ahead in this topic. In the ring spinning process the drafted roving leaves the front roller at the nip with a width, and. The best part, however, was the class itself. None of us knew anything about deflected doubleweave. Lisa (Elisabeth) Hill was a wonderful, generous instructor. She came with 2 tables full of yarn for us to use, pre-wound warps for anyone that chose to use them.
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MANN LIBRARY AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY THE GIFT OF Edgar A, Swart In memory of his late wife Dora Swart MUUfMttSi mm i FOLIO 31 DEFLECTED WARPS AND WEFTS ^ds "'iS Cornell University Library The original of this book is in the Cornell University. The basic structure is a one-shuttle, two-block weave that resembles both a modern honeycomb weave and a huck weave.
It has groups of warp floats like huck, and it has deflected wefts outlining cells in the ground weave, like modern "honeycomb" weaves. However, there the resemblances end. The intertwining layers you see are one of the distinguishing characteristics of the structure known as "Deflected Double Weave." Unlike Double Weave -- where the layers are each woven (usually in plain weave) and sit one on top of the other -- in Deflected Double Weave, the layers are alternately plain weave and floats, with the floats being "deflected" around the.
Additional warps or wefts, whose only function is to add bulk but not a visual effect on either surface, can be floated between the layers. These floating warps or wefts, if they are assigned special colors, may periodically exchange position with working ends or picks to increase the color palette options in jacquard Size: 1MB.
My creative process involves a balance of regimented planning and spontaneous experimentation. I sketch out my weave structures on graph paper to get started. I use a lot of exaggerated deflected wefts—I like to bundle heaps of fibers together to create two distinct surfaces that contrast with one another.
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A book about deflected double weave is not yet available. This is an in-depth study into all possible forms of deflected double weave, with different design methods. It is full of projects for 4 to 24 shafts, the majority for 8 shafts.
Richly illustrated. Professionally designed, sewn and bound in hardback, pages, full color. Book woven by Haley Toelle in spider weave (deflected warps and wefts) Almost immediately each student found their own path. This was a group that grasped the principles of weave so quickly that I had to abandon any thought of a plan, and just let each of them lead the : Bhakti Ziek.
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Lisa is a great instructor and she sent us warps and we had to put these on the loom prior to arriving in Gatlinburg. This was a it of a problem, since we were living in MT and the loom that needed to be warped was in NC.
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Deflected double weave uses groups of 2, 4, 6 or another even number. You thread a group of light warps and then a group of dark warps and the wefts also come in groups of 2 or more. Shapes have smooth edges on right and left of the top face and jagged edges on right and left of the reverse face of the cloth.
How to Design Double Weave Using Fiberworks The photo above shows you what inspired this post: an extraordinary scarf using a collapse technique, created by British weaver Sally Weatherill. Her deflected double weave scarves are to die for -- but it's this silk double-weave scarf that I keep coming back to.
Other techniques for shaping included angling one or both loom bars, adding extra wefts, or adjusting warp tension. *Anni Albers, On Weaving, note on Pl p To give greater firmness to the basket-weave plain weave, thin weft' threads can be introduced that will be covered by the heavier pattern ' wefts of the basket weave.
widths and heights and of course color changes can be introduced in the warps and wefts. Enough possibilities to keep a double weaver happy for quite some time. Let’s discuss each design in some detail and then you can choose which pattern to try in the exercises that follow.
The Window Design. Basically what’s going on is three warps and five wefts (!). Two of the wefts are thick wefts, and I’ve indicated those in red and brown. They’re also larger than the others.
One weft (dark blue) is for the middle layer, and the two tabby wefts are white and yellow, respectively. 18 Towels on Four Warps, One Tie-up. Project guide for eighteen cotton and linen towels on four warps. Perfect for the weaver with limited time to →more • $ •.
Shaped Tapestry. by Kathe Todd-Hooker 8 1/2" x 11" Spiralbound Softcover (77 pages)Fine Fiber Press $ Canadian ($ US) This book is filled with information about weaving tapestries "out-of-the-box".
Book woven by Haley Toelle in spider weave (deflected warps and wefts) Almost immediately each student found their own path.
This was a group that grasped the principles of weave so quickly that I had to abandon any thought of a plan, and just let each of them lead the way. A similarly patterned pavy liseré exists at Maastricht in the Netherlands; its weft floats are over five warps.
The thread count is about 45 ends and picks per inch (Stauffer, no.p. The tabby sections are large, and the twill floats are arranged in. wefts. Turn the ends under 1⁄ 4" and then turn under again. Stitch the hems by hand or machine, and press once more. Further reading Moore, Jennifer.
“The Golden Proportion.” Handwoven, September/October,pp. 64– Weave structure 2/2 twill. Equipment 4-shaft loom, 19" weaving width; dent reed; 1 shuttle, 3 bobbins. Yarns. Where warps do assist to form figure it rarely happens that more than three can be used without overcrowding the reed. Fig.
17 gives the design, and a transverse section of a reversible tapestry in four colours, two of which are warps and two wefts. If either warp or weft is on the surface, corresponding threads are beneath. CUM Scandinavian Handweaving & RCyuat Above, A: Couture Clothing for FCiubteMr AyrCtisottse Cyclopedia of Textile Work Damask Damask & Multi-harness Combination WDaemavaesks and Opphamta Damask on 4 Harnesses Damast Damast Decorative Braiding and Weaving Deflected Warps & Wefts Den Stora Vavboken Design and the Handweaver.
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Initial method and Pointcarré book - examples Recent example. Sinosoid compression 2 technical warps and 2 technical wefts c.f. Pointcarré book: Graphics and fabrics from Mr G.
Vial at AM. Email This BlogThis. Deflected threads. Diagonals. Holed fabrics. La Moire (in french) Spider weaves. For the 4 shaft draft, I will get staggered floats that appear as small crosses throughout the ground.
(NOTE: In the simulaitions, the orange threads represent the deflected warps, but the software cannot show this deflection accurately, so I went old school, and am making mock ups with colored pencils.) It seems sampling is in order. Deflected Warps and Wefts: a Creative Crafts Folio [s.l.: s.n The Shuttle-Craft Book of American Hand Weaving: Being and Account of the Rise, Development, Eclipse, and Modern Revival of a National Popular Art; Together with Notes for the Use of Weavers, & a Large Collection of Historic Patterns Mill Practice and Management with Special.
The Textile Conservation Lab recently had two fascinating (and beautiful) examples of the weaving technique “double weave” in the lab at the same time: a length of fabric designed by William Morris in –, woven on a Jacquard loom, and a contemporary artwork by W.
Logan Fry, hand woven in Though the two textiles were created only. Where a fancy weft is hidden between two fancy warps floats, a cotton warp is raised to trap it.
You can see it in the draft – when 1,2 are lifted for the twill, up comes shaft 7. It’s pretty much invisible from the front, but it’s “enough” to attach the two layers together. Warps and Wefts Warp (vertical) and weft (horizontal) are terms for the two basic components used in weaving to turn thread or yarn into a knotted carpet.
The vertical warp yarns are held stationary in tension on a frame or loom while the lengthwise or longitudinal weft is drawn through and inserted over-and-under the warp. The wefts are then inserted by manually going over and under the tensioned warps.
Eventually looms were modified to aid the separating of the warp threads so the weft could easily be inserted in the resulting triangular space, known as the shed. such as in the group of weaves known as deflected warp or weft.
There are other processes that. These wefts are all the same hue – turquoise – but their values (darkness) are very different. The dark weft is almost identical in darkness to the warp, and the pattern disappears.
The bright turquoise (second from right) is very saturated, so it stands out a little better from the red, but because it’s also similar in darkness to the. Exploring Treasures in the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum II: Introducing the World of Textiles.
The twenty textiles selected for this exhibition--from. In tapestry-woven areas extra weft yarn lengths taken up by interlocking and floats and skips, will add to weight.
Shawl tapestry wefts have been cited as singles thicker than the 2-ply warps (5) for better coverage of the background warp colour, and tensile strength in wefts is less important. Thicker threads will build up faster. Nonpile-producing warps are deflected into the S-direction by five successively bound wefts.
They are abruptly forced into the counter Z-direction and brought back into alignment before the continuation of the S-binding of the next five wefts.The photo on the left shows the two warps, the silk for the ground cloth on the sectional beam, the silk/merino on the plain warp beam which is a bit lower.
I’ve only used the second beam once before, for the deflected double weave scarf, when I made a total hash of it – hopefully this will weave up more easily.When you think of texture, what comes to mind? The great novelty yarn you bought because you couldn’t live without it and now, don’t know what to do with.