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  1. yarn

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  1. A general term covering all specific types of textile structures, with or without twist, made of continuous or discontinuous filaments (according to ISO/DIS 13922) (yarn)
  2. A continuous strand of fibers used in tufting, weaving and bonding to form carpet and other fabrics Carpet yarn is often plied and may be either spun staple or continuous filament (yarn)
  3. A generic term used for a continuous strand of textile fibers, filaments or material in a form suitable for knitting, weaving or otherwise intertwining to form a textile fabric Yarn types are as follows: Spun yarn - number of fibers twisted together Filament yarn - number of filaments laid together without a twist Textured filament yarn -number of filaments laid together with a degree of twist or textured Monofilament - single filament with or without twist Specialty and Novelty yarn – Chenille, Boucle, Ratine (yarn)
  4. a bundle of fibers sometimes twisted for strength, forming a long continuous strand (yarn)
  5. A continuous strand of fibers or filaments used in the tufting of carpets The yarn comprises the surface pile of a finished carpet (yarn)
  6. Twisted strands of roving, used to weave textile reinforcements Yield Strength: The stress at which a material exhibits a specified limiting deviation from the proportionality of stress to strain; the lowest stress at which a material undergoes plastic deformation Below this stress, the material is elastic; above it, viscous Young's Modulus: The ratio of tensile stress to tensile strain below the proportional limit (yarn)
  7. A bundle of individual filament drawn together to be used in a textile fabric (yarn)
  8. Yarn is made of fibers that are twisted together to form a continuous strand (yarn)
  9. A generic term for strands or bundles of continuous filaments or fibers, usually twisted and suitable for making textile fabric (yarn)
  10. Continuously twisted fibers of strands suitable for weaving into fabrics (yarn)
  11. A fine continuous length of fibres with or without twist, that is strong enough to be processed into fabric (yarn)
  12. A yarn is a story that someone tells, often a true story with invented details which make it more interesting. Doug has a yarn or two to tell me about his trips into the bush. Continuous strand of fibres grouped or twisted together and used to construct textile fabrics. Yarns are made from both natural and synthetic fibres, in filament or staple form. Filament is very long fibre, including the natural fibre silk and the synthetic fibres. Most fibres that occur in nature are fairly short, or staple, and synthetic fibres may be cut into short, uniform lengths to form staple. Spinning is the process of drawing out and twisting a mass of cleaned, prepared fibres. Filament yarns generally require less twist than do staple yarns. More twist produces stronger yarn; low twist produces softer, shinier yarn. Two or more single strands may be twisted together to form ply yarn. Knitting yarns have less twist than weaving yarns. Thread, used for sewing, is a tightly twisted ply yarn (yarn)
  13. Yarn is thread used for knitting or making cloth. She still spins the yarn and knits sweaters for her family. vegetable-dyed yarns (yarn)
  14. woven string; tale, story isim (yarn)
  15. the act of giving an account describing incidents or a course of events; "his narration was hesitant" (yarn)
  16. a fine cord of twisted fibers (of cotton or silk or wool or nylon etc ) used in sewing and weaving (yarn)
  17. A continuous strand of textile fibers that may be composed of endless filaments or shorter fibers twisted or otherwise held together Yarns are utilized in making fabric (yarn)
  18. Continuously twisted fibers or strands suitable for use in weaving into fabrics (yarn)
  19. tell or spin a yarn (yarn)
  20. weave a story, tell a tale fiil (yarn)


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