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motion in relation to shedding, in terry looms, 167, 169.



M.

Madras muslin fabrics, 238, 241.

with two or more colours of figuring weft, 244.

loom for weaving, 243.

Matt weaves, simple, 20.

variegated, 22.

Mock or imitation leno fabrics, 233.
INIoleskin fabrics, 130.

printed, 131.

Moquette fabrics, formation of the looped pile in, 162.



272 INDEX.

N.

Net leno fabric, compound, 195.

fabrics, 178, 186.

figuring by means of several back standard healds to each doup

heald, 195.

0.

Ondule fabric, weft, 263.

— fabrics, 237.
warp, 258.

— loom, 262.

— paquet, or fan reeds, 259.

Open shed, formation of an, with a bottom-doup harness, 184.

with a top-doup harness, 191.

Ornamented twills, figured or, 72.
" Osman " Turkish terry towels, 171.

P.

Paquet, ondule, or fan reeds, 259.

Perching, to produce a "nap " or downy surface, 128.

Pick-and-pick motion, definition of a, 15,

Picks of weft, definition of, 1.

Plain-ribbed Bedford cord fabrics, 105.

Plain or calico weave, methods of embellishing the, 16.

and its modifications, the, 6.

variety of form in the, 10.

variety of texture in the, 8.

Plush fabrics, 145.

" Poppet " rack, in swivel looms, 257.

— shuttles, in swivel looms, 257.

Position of back standard healds in relation to regular healds, in leno

looms, 227.
Practical details of leno weaving, 227.
Principle of fabric structure, the general, 1.
Principles of fabric structure, minor, 2.
Prominence of twills, influences affecting the relative, 31.



Rearranged twills, 44.

Rearrangement of twills by alternation of threads, 58.

on a satin basis, 55.

Reed, gauze, construction of a, 242.
function of a, 243.



INDEX. 273

Reed, loose, action, in terry looms, 164.

— wires, removal of, to obtain wider dents, 193, 227.
Reeds, double, for terry weaving, 176.

— " Erdmann," 263.

— flexible, advantages of, 227.

— ondule, paquet, or fan, 259.

Relative merits of alternative methods of disposing pile and ground warp
ends in terry pile fabrics, 163, 166, 173.

different types of dobbies for gauze andjeno weaving, 221.

• top and of bottom-doup harnesses, 219.

Repp fabrics, 13.

Reversible or double-faced fabrics, 125.

— " imperial," 129.

Ribbed and corded fabrics, simple, 10.

variegated, 19.

Ribbed or corded velveteen, 145.

— fabrics, warp, 10.
weft, 11.

— or hollow-cut velveteen fabrics, 146.
Rice weaves, 71.



s.

Satin basis, rearrangement of twills on a, 55.

— weaves, characteristics of, 44.
construction of, 46.

formula for the construction of, 46.

imperfect, 46.

Scotch lappet motion, 249.

Selvedge motions, when necessary, 18.

Selvedges (self-edges), 1.

Shaking devices, the function of, in leno looms, 221.

when necessary, 222.

— in leno looms, different methods of, 222.
Shed of warp (warp shed), 1.

Slackeners, easers, or vibrators in leno looms, the function of, 182, 184.
Specifications of Bedford cords, table of, 118.
Sponge weaves, 87.

characteristics of, 88.

Standard or regular warp ends, 182.

Steel-wire doup harnesses for cross-weaving, 228.

disadvantages of, 232.

Swivel figuring, 237, 255.

how to distinguish, from lappet figuring, 257.

— shuttles or "poppets," 257.

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274 INDEX.

T.

Tabby or plain calico weave, 6, 9.

Tapestry pile carpets, formation of looped pile in, 162.

Terry looms, loose reed action in, 164.

timing of the loose reed motion in relation to shedding in, 167, 169.

— motions, 162, 164.

— pile fabrics, 162.

circumstances affecting the relative density of pile in, 169.

figured, 173.

five-pick, 173.

four-pick, 169.

six-pick, 171.

three-pick, 166.

relative merits of alternative methods of disposing pile and

ground v^arp ends in, 163, 166, 173.

— towels, " Osman," 171.
Turkish, 163.

— weaving, practical considerations relating to, 173.
Texture, definition of, 8.

— influences affecting the firmness of, 6.

— variety of, 8.

Thickset corduroy fabric, 155.

Tissue figuring, 237.

Top-doup harness for cross-weaving, 179.

Twill, angle of, 30.

— "Harvard" or " Cassimere," 27.
Twill-ribbed Bedford cords, 108.
Twill weaves, classification of, 24.

end-and-end combination of, 61.

pick-and-pick combination of, 63.

Twills, broken, 66.

— combined, 60.

— continuous, 24.

— corkscrew, simple, 48.

warp-face, 50.

weft-face, 52.

— figured or ornamented, 72.

— influence exercised by the direction of twist in yarn, upon the relative

prominence of, 32.

— influences affecting the relative prominence of, 31.

— modifications of, 54.

— rearranged, 44.

— rearrangement of, by alternation of threads, 58.
on a satin basis, 55.



INDEX. 275

Twills, "wale" of, defined, 24.

— warp-face, 24.

— warp and weft-face, 26.

— wavy or zigzag, 38.

— weft-face, 25.

Twist in yam, influence of the direction of, upon the relative prominence
of twills, 32.



V.

Variegated Bedford cord fabrics, 107.

— corduroy fabrics, 153.

Variety of form in the plain or calico weave, 10.

texture in the plain or calico weave, 7.

Velvet cords, 146, 153, 156.

— fabrics, 126.

— ribbed, 146.
Velveteen fabrics, 132.
definition of, 133.

embellished with embossed designs, 153.

forming the pile in, 126, 133, 135.

hollow-cut or ribbed, 146.

Jacquard figured, 147.

with " lashed " or fast pile, 133, 140.

— — ribbed or corded, 145.

how to distinguish between embossed and woven designs in, 153.

preparation of designs for figured, 149.

tabby-backed, 134.

twill-backed, 144.

Vibrators, easers or slackeners, the function of, 184.



w.

" Wale" of twill weaves, definition of, 24.
Warp, definition of, 1.
Warp-ribbed fabrics, 10.
Warp shed, definition of, 1.
Wavy or zigzag twills, 38.
Weft, definition of, 1.
Weft-ribbed fabrics, 11.
*' Whip " threads for lappet figuring, 245.

Whitehead and Wood's special leno device for douping or crossing warp
ends in front of the reed, 213.



276 INDEX.

Worsted doup liealds, disadvantages of, 228.
Woven design, definition of, 3.

Y.

Yarn twist, its influence upon the relative prominence of twills, 32.



Z.



Zigzag or wavy twills, 38.
— weaves, linear, 96.



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Air, Industrial Use of
Alcohol, Industrial
Alum and its Sulphates .
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Aniline Colours
Animal Fats
Anti-corrosive Paints
Architecture, Terms in .
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Casein

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Chemical Essays ... ... 8

Chemical Reagents ... 8

Chemical Works 8

Clays 12

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Colliery Recovery Work... 18
Colour Matching (Textile) 16
Colour-mixing for Dyers... 16

Colour Recipes

Colour Theory

Combing Machines
Compounding Oils, etc. ..
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Cotton Waste

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Decorators' Books
Decorative Textiles

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Drying Oils ,

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meat

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Engraving 23

Essential Oils 7

Evaporating Apparatus ... 19
External Plumbing ... 20

Fats 6,7

Faults in Woollen Goods lo I
Flax Spinning ... ... 18

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Greases ... ... ... 6

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Hat Manufacturing ... 15

Hemp Spinning ... ... 18

Historyof Staffs Potteries 12

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India-rubber 11

India-rubber Substitutes 5

Inks 3, 4, 5, 9

Insecticides, etc 21

Iron-corrosion ... ... 4

Iron, Science of 19

Iron and Steel Work ... 19
Japanning ... ... ... 21

Jute Spinning ... ... 18

Lace-Making 15

Lacquering 21

Lake Pigments 3

Lead 10

Leather-working Mater'ls 6,11

Libraries 24

Linoleum ... ... ... 5

Lithographic Inks 5

Lithography ... ... 23

Lubricants 6

Manures 8, 9

Meat Preserving 23

Medicated Soaps 7

Metal Polishing Soaps ... 7

Mineral Pigments 3

Mineral Waxes 6

Mine Ventilation 18

Mine Haulage 18

Mining, Electricity ... 18

Motor Car Mechanism ... 20

Needlework 15

Oil and Colour Recipes ... 3

Oil Boiling ... 5

Oilmen's Sundries ... 3

Oil Merchants' Manual ... 6

Oils 5,6,7

Ozone, Industrial Use of... 10
Paint Manufacture ... 3

Paint Materials 3

Paint-material Testing ... 4
Paint Mixing ... 3, 4

Paper-Mill Chemistry ... 13
Paper-pulp Dyeing ... 13

Petroleum 6

Pigments 3, 9

Plumbers' Books ... 20, 21



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Pottery Clays 21

Pottery Decorating ... 11

Pottery Manufacture 11, 12

Pottery Marks 12

Power-loom Weaving ... 14

Preserved Foods 23

Printers' Ready Reckoner 23
Printing Inks ... 3, 4, 5

Recipes 3, 13

Reinforced Concrete ... 19

Resins 9

Ring Spinning Frame ... 18
Risks of Occupations ... 10
Riveting China, etc. ... 12

Scheele's Essays 8

Sealing Waxes 10

Shale Oils and Tars ... 9

Shoe Polishes 6

Silk Dyeing 17

Silk Throwing, etc. ... 17

Smoke Prevention 19

Soap Powders 7

Soaps 7

Spinning 15, 17, 18

Spirit Varnishes 5

Staining Marble, and Bone 23
Stain-removing Soaps ... 7
Steam Drying ... ... 10

Steam Turbines 20

Steel Hardening 19

Sugar Technology ... 24

Sweetmeats 23

Tallow 6

Technical Schools, List ... 24

Terra cotta 11

Testing Paint Materials ... 4

Textile Design 15

Textile Fabrics ... 14, 15

Textile Fibres 14

Textile Materials 14

Timber 22

Toilet Soapmaking ... 7

Tdothed Gearing 19

Varnishes 5

Vegetable Fats and Oils ... 7
Vegetable Preserving ... 23

Warp Sizing 16

Waste Utilisation 9

Water, Industrial Use ... 10
Water-proofing Fabrics ... 16

Waxes 8

Weaving Calculations ... 15
White Lead and Zinc ... 5
Wiring Calculations ... 21

Wood Distillation ... 22

Wood Extracts 22

Wood Waste Utilisation... 22

Wood-Dyeing 23-.

Wool-Dyeing 17

Woollen Goods ... 15, 16, 17

Woven Fabrics 16

Writing Inks 9

X-RayWork 11

Yarn Sizing 18.

Yarn Numbering and Test-
ing 14. 15;

Zinc White Paints ... 5,



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