By Kay M. Capps Cross
How are you going to painting the beauty of a backyard with in basic terms black and white? With dashes of colour on a dramatic black-and-white historical past! deliver your cloth backyard to lifestyles utilizing effortless fusible appliqué, starting place piecing, and strip piecing. The styles are simply adaptable handy appliqué to boot. Quilts are proven in either black-and-white and colour types, encouraging quilters to settle on their very own palette. cloth choice advice, vast appliqué and paper-piecing templates, advice on quilting, embellishment feedback, and stitching directions are all supplied. domesticate your cloth offerings and gildings to have a tendency and develop a few very good quilts!
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Soon thereafter, in 2006, Bombay Dyeing and Manufacturing Co Ltd (BD) put up a PSF plant of 450 tons per day basically to consume their in-house production of 500 tons per day of DMT. Bombay Dyeing had put up a DMT plant at Patalganga in 1985; and by 2002-2003 the demand for DMT had petered out, and had forced the closure of the plant. Then, Bombay Dyeing decided to put up a PSF plant of 147000 tpa so as to consume their own DMT. But they found after running this PSF plant for a few months that DMT as a raw material was not commercially attractive.
Moreover, these fibres were seen as ‘rich man’s fibres’, and so as deserving of higher taxation. These policies, like any policy of any government, had some desired and some undesired effects: small-scale weaving factories of less than 20 workers mushroomed uncontrollably, and had to be ‘regularised’ several times. By 1975, these factories started also using spun yarns made from staple manmade fibres and filament yarns for producing men’s suiting and women’s sarees respectively. By 1990, the production of fabric in the decentralised sector was about 85% of the total fabric production of the country as against a mere 20%in 1950.
O soft, raised fabrics Hairiness is immaterial when the ring span yarns are doubled or plied more than two fold for different purposes such as o use in suitings as warp and weft o industrially needed ply yarns. Doubling of single yarns suppresses the hairiness to a great extent, like simple doublings of two reduces the imperfections by over 80%. Let us consider a case where high level of hairiness is undesirable. Where hairiness is undesirable, it is because of two distinct reasons: it increases end breakages on the looms and reduces thereby the productivity; it results into formation of pills on the fabric surface after prolonged use by the wearer and thereby spoils the appearance.