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Jacquard Loom
Large designs
Dobby Weave
-small geometric designs less than 3/4 inches
Leno Weave
-figure 8 interlacing warp around filling yarns
-2 warp yarns and a filling yarn
What are 3 characteristics that distinguish complex form basic weaves
- Design is permanent
- more expensive to produce
- require specialized looms
What is the primary difference between basic and jacquard loom?
Harness?
Pile Weave
loops or tufts that project from the surface of the fabric
Four methods of constructing pile fabrics
Filling Pile
Slack Tension
Double Cloth
Wire/ Warp
3 factors that influence the durability of pile weave fabrics
-Thread Count
-Pile Density
-type of pile interlacing (W)
3 methods of making crepe fabrics
-Using Textured Yarns
-Applying Finish to Fabric
-By Weaving
4 Complex weaves
jacquard
Pile
Dobby
Leno
Complex Weaves and their fabrics:
Jacquard
-Tapestry
Dobby
-Huck Toweling
Leno
-Marquisette
Pile
-Velvet
Double
-Double Cloth
Variations of the Dobby Weave and their fabrics
Pique
-Pinwale
Extra Yarn
-Dotted Swiss
Tapestry
Non-reversible
Complex Weave can
control individual yarns
Types of Complex weaves
Jacquard
Dobby
Leno
Pile
Double
Momie or Crepe
Types of Jacquard
-Brocade
-Brocattelle
-Damask
-Tapestry
Types of Dobby
-Waffle Cloth
-Bird's Eye Pique
-Pinwale Pique
-Bedford Cord
-Dotted Swiss
-Un/Clipped Spot Design
-Novelty Fabrics
Leno Weave Fabrics
-Marquisette
-Novelty Curatin Fabrics
-Novelty Apparel Fabric
Pile Weave Fabrics
-Velvet
-Velveteen
-Corduroy
-Terry Cloth
-Fake Fur
-Panne Velvet
-Crushed Velvet
Double Weave Fabrics
-Matelasse
-Double Cloth
Momie or Crepe Weave Fabrics
-Sand Crepe
-Granite Cloth
-Crepe
-Georgette Crepe
-Chiffon
Damask
reversible
Piqes have
ridges held up by filling yarns that float on the back of the fabric
extra yarns
stuffer yarns
pinwale
cords run lengthwise
Wire or Warp Method
- 2 warp, 1 filling
- velvet
Filling Pile Method
- 2 filling, 1 warp
-velveteen, corduroy
Double Cloth method
2 fabrics extra set of warp yarns
-crushed velvet, velour,fake fur
Slack Tension
- Pile formed during weaving when extra warp is held slack
-Terrycloth
Double Cloth Methods
-Self- stitched double cloth
-Center-stitched double cloth
-Interchanging double cloth