By Meg Swansen
A meeting of Lace ДОМ и СЕМЬЯ, ХОББИ и РАЗВЛЕЧЕНИЯ, РУКОДЕЛИЕ Год выпуска: 2005 Автор: Meg Swansen Издательство: XRX Books ISBN: 978-1893762244 Формат: PDF Качество: хорошее Количество страниц: 182 Язык: английский Размер: 21.2Книга по вязанию шалей, шарфов и палантинов.скачать с www..com скачать с www.uplouding.com eighty five
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6 cm), could be woven on this type of loom. (Fig. 2) The production of the 2/2 twill with z- and s-spun combined yarns may also have been a response to British market demands and standards. These may, in turn, have developed in Britain in response to continental European concerns and demands. In northern continental Europe during the 10th and 11th centuries spin direction appears to be have been z/s during this period, as was noted in Germany;48 the Netherlands;49 and Scandinavia excluding Norway and Gotland (Fig.
Furthermore, it has enabled the development of a chronological sequence for cloth and cloth production, extending over a 1000 year period that is marked by significant changes in cloth production occurring at the end of the Viking Age, at the end of the medieval period, at the beginning of the early modern period, and finally around AD 1740, following the introduction of horizontal looms into Iceland (Fig. 4). In addition to highlighting significant changes through time in the roles that cloth production had within Icelandic society, the chronological divisions suggested by differences in woven assemblages over the course of a millennium may also be useful for dating Icelandic sites.
15 The length of a thread that could be spun from 1 kg of wool varies according to the quality of the fibre, and the thickness of the thread. Experiments indicate, however, an output in the region of no more than 20 m spun thread per hour. Still the spinning is the least time consuming – also combing and preparations of the wool take time. As for weaving, around 70 cm of cloth per day on the vertical loom is regarded as a reasonable estimate. To produce a cloth of medium thread counts, c. 70 × 70 cm – a day’s work – around 1680 m of spun wool was needed,16 giving an idea of the time consuming process of supplying enough yarn for the loom.
A Gathering of Lace by Meg Swansen