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Fibre and fabric

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The Burn Test - how to identify the fibres in your mystery fabric – By Hand London

The Burn Test / Trial By Fire. By burning small swatches of a mystery fabric, and analysing how the fabric burns, what it smells like and what sort of residue is left over, we can get pretty close - if not bang on - to identifying the fibre the fabric is made up of. Here's how to perform a burn test.

Petal Dishcloth: Easy Knitting Pattern

If you’ve never knit with cotton yarn before, you’ll need to know how this fiber behaves, feels, and looks. Truly, before beginning any knitting project,

Applying dye to wool yarn

Learn how easy it is to hand paint yarn with this step by step yarn dyeing tutorial. You, too can make your own beautiful yarns!

20 Useful Guides on Different Types of Fabric Name

list of Useful Guides on Different Types of Fabric Name that you should definitely know to perfectly differentiate them from each other and grab the best one. There are numerous categories that one can classify a fabric into. So it’s really important for you to know the apt names of the Fabric and how they look like.

Fabric Art Using Yarn & Thread Sketching - Teadoddles

This little project is something that’s been in my brain for quite some time now! It’s part of the reason I keep all the thread & fabric bits. I used yarn ends & thread sketching to create a “winter” tree. This turned out way better than I’d hoped & was so much fun to do! […] Read more...

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These are the ideal socks for people with a dynamic, active lifestyle and for sports lovers. The perfect fit on the feet, achieved thanks to the revolutionary 3-layer bamboo fibre fabric, guarantees breathability and thermoregulation, leaving the skin always fresh and dry.
Love Rosie
The cotton dress made in Victorian style of 100% cotton muslin fabric, batiste and staple-fibre fabric. Lot of lace was used for him and for the underskirt. The dress is decorated with satin ribbons and silk ribbons, embroidered with the seed beads. The bonnet is made of same fabric and great to use with the dress.
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