Tag Archives: the-fabric-
Written by jorge | Published on April 9, 2013
The main reason that wool is so strong is that every strand of fabric is covered in microscopic scales . These scales are meant ...
Written by jorge | Published on September 26, 2012
She has altered the fabric with solutions to make it resistant to fire, acids, glue, and dye, but it remains very easy to tear. Her gloves have similar properties, but are thick, solid blue and reinforced with shaped merlion scales .
Written by melissa | Published on June 23, 2012
Campaigners describe the pulping of at least 210000 non-fiction books as "cultural vandalism on an industrial scale ". They point out that the book collections are as important as the fabric of the building
Written by melissa | Published on April 8, 2012
Alchemy that comes from the mixture of less obviously credible sources, the guy who's not rich but is funny, the guy who is so reliably wrong that he is a leading indicator of what will work, a thousand wrinkles in the fabric of ...
Written by akin | Published on February 28, 2011
The history of the Salter company is a long one. Around the year of 1770 William and Richard Salter came up with the very first spring balance.
Written by jorge | Published on October 12, 2010
Knit entirely with Plymouth EcoDuo in the five colors the LambShoppe carries, it's a gorgeous blend of 70% alpaca and 30% wool. The alpaca makes it super soft and the touch of wool will give it some extra strength to avoid stretching. The seaming of the mitred ...
Written by melissa | Published on September 18, 2010
Since the scales lie flat in the same direction, the plies or strands of an alpaca yarn slide past each other instead of clinging and gravity can take its toll on the fabric. Gravity, as we know, can sometimes cause an undesirable ...
Written by melissa | Published on December 3, 2005
Since the scales lie flat in the same direction, the plies or strands of an alpaca yarn slide past each other instead of clinging and gravity can take its toll on the fabric.