Textiles For Commercial, Industrial, and Domestic Arts Schools; Also Adapted to Those Engaged in Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, Wool, Cotton, and Dressmaker's Trades
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Textiles For Commercial, Industrial, and Domestic Arts Schools; Also Adapted to Those Engaged in Wholesale and Retail Dry Goods, Wool, Cotton, and Dressmaker's Trades

By William H. (William Henry) Dooley
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  • The Project Gutenberg eBook, Textiles, by William H. Dooley
    • E-text prepared by Juliet Sutherland, Sam W., and the Project Gutenberg Online Distributed Proofreading Team (http://www.pgdp.net)
  • TEXTILES
    • WILLIAM H. DOOLEY
      • REVISED EDITION WITH EXPERIMENTS
    • REVISED EDITION WITH EXPERIMENTS
    • PREFACE
    • CONTENTS
  • TEXTILES
    • CHAPTER I
    • FIBERS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER II
    • WOOL SORTING
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER III
    • WOOL SUBSTITUTES AND WASTE PRODUCTS
    • CHAPTER IV
    • WORSTED YARNS
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER V
    • WOOLEN YARN
    • CHAPTER VI
    • WEAVING
    • CHAPTER VII
    • DYEING AND FINISHING
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER VIII
    • WOOLEN AND WORSTED FABRICS[15]
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER IX
    • COTTON
    • CHAPTER X
    • MANUFACTURE OF COTTON YARN
    • CHAPTER XI
    • THREAD AND COTTON FINISHING
    • CHAPTER XII
    • KNITTING
    • CHAPTER XIII
    • LACE
      • LACE TERMS DEFINED
    • LACE TERMS DEFINED
    • CHAPTER XIV
    • COTTON FABRICS[16]
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • CHAPTER XV
    • FLAX
      • MANUFACTURED LINENS
      • FOOTNOTE:
    • MANUFACTURED LINENS
    • FOOTNOTE:
    • CHAPTER XVI
    • HEMP
    • CHAPTER XVII
    • SILK
    • CHAPTER XVIII
    • PRINCIPAL SILK FABRICS
    • CHAPTER XIX
    • ARTIFICIAL SILK
    • CHAPTER XX
    • SUBSTITUTES FOR COTTON
    • APPENDIX
      • History of Textiles
      • History of the Organization of Textile Industries
      • History of Manufacturing
      • History of Lace
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • History of Textiles
    • History of the Organization of Textile Industries
    • History of Manufacturing
    • History of Lace
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • EXPERIMENTS
      • Experiment 1—Construction of Cloth
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 2—Plain or Homespun Weave
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 3—Twill Weave
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 4—Comparison of Plain and Twill Weave
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 5—Pile Weave
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 6—Other Classes of Weave
        • Satin Weave
        • Gauze Weave
        • Lappet Weave
        • Jacquard Weave
        • Double Cloth Weave
        • Classes of Weave
      • Satin Weave
      • Gauze Weave
      • Lappet Weave
      • Jacquard Weave
      • Double Cloth Weave
      • Classes of Weave
      • Experiment 7—Fibers
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 8—Wool Fiber
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 9—Mohair Fiber
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 10—Cotton Fiber
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 11—Silk Fiber
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 12—Linen Fiber
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 13—Carding
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 14—Drawing and Spinning
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 15—Gilling and Combing
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 16—Raw Wool to Yarn
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 17—Difference between Woolen and Worsted Yarn
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 18—Burling and Mending
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 19—Removal of Stains
        • Grease Spots on Heavy Goods that cannot be Laundered
        • Removal of Grease and Blood
        • Removal of Wheel Grease and Lubricants on Fine Fabrics
        • Removal of Acids
        • Removal of Blood
        • Questions
      • Grease Spots on Heavy Goods that cannot be Laundered
      • Removal of Grease and Blood
      • Removal of Wheel Grease and Lubricants on Fine Fabrics
      • Removal of Acids
      • Removal of Blood
      • Questions
      • Experiment 20—Dyeing Wool
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 21—Dyeing Cotton
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 22—Weighting Silk.—Affinity of Metallic Salts for Silk
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 23—Dyeing Silk
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 24—Test to Distinguish Piece-Dyed from Yarn-Dyed Fabric
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 25—Test to Distinguish Dyed from Printed Fabrics
        • Questions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 26—Bleaching by Sulphur Dioxide
        • Questions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 27—Bleaching by Bleaching Powder
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 30—Determining Style of Weave
      • Experiment 31—Determining the Size of Yarn
      • Experiment 32—Test for Twist in Yarn
      • Experiment 33—Determining the Direction of Warp and Filling
      • Experiment 34—Determining the Density of a Fabric
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 35—Determining Weight
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 36—Determining Shrinkage
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 37—Test of Fastness[28] of Color under Washing
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 38—Test of Fastness of Color under Friction
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 39—Test of Fastness of Color against Rain
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 40—Test of Fastness of Color in Sunlight
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 41—Test of Fastness of Color to Weather, Light, and Air
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 42—Test of Fastness of Color against Street Mud and Dust
      • Experiment 43—Testing Rubberized Fabrics
      • Experiment 44—Test for Vegetable and Animal Fiber
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 45—Difference between Cotton and Linen Fabrics
      • Experiment 46—Test to Distinguish Artificial Silk from Silk
      • Experiment 47—Test to Distinguish Silk from Wool
      • Experiment 48—Test to Distinguish Cotton from Linen
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 49—Test of Fabric to Withstand Ironing and Pressing
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 50—Test of Fabric to Withstand Perspiration
        • Directions
        • Questions
      • Directions
      • Questions
      • Experiment 51—Test for Determining Dressing
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 52—Testing the Strength of Cloth
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 53—Characteristics of a Knitted Fabric
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 54—Experiment to Illustrate Imperfections in Hosiery
      • Experiment 55—Characteristics of a Crochet Fabric
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 56—Characteristics of a Good Piece of Cotton Cloth
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 57—Characteristics of a Good Piece of Woolen Cloth
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 58—Characteristics of a Good Piece of Worsted Cloth
        • Directions
      • Directions
      • Experiment 59—Characteristics of a Good Silk Fabric
      • Experiment 60—How to Determine the Count of Yarn in Cloth
      • Experiment 61—Study of Fabrics
      • Experiment 62—How to Examine a Fabric
      • FOOTNOTES:
    • Experiment 1—Construction of Cloth
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 2—Plain or Homespun Weave
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 3—Twill Weave
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 4—Comparison of Plain and Twill Weave
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 5—Pile Weave
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 6—Other Classes of Weave
      • Satin Weave
      • Gauze Weave
      • Lappet Weave
      • Jacquard Weave
      • Double Cloth Weave
      • Classes of Weave
    • Satin Weave
    • Gauze Weave
    • Lappet Weave
    • Jacquard Weave
    • Double Cloth Weave
    • Classes of Weave
    • Experiment 7—Fibers
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 8—Wool Fiber
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 9—Mohair Fiber
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 10—Cotton Fiber
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 11—Silk Fiber
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 12—Linen Fiber
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 13—Carding
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 14—Drawing and Spinning
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 15—Gilling and Combing
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 16—Raw Wool to Yarn
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 17—Difference between Woolen and Worsted Yarn
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 18—Burling and Mending
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 19—Removal of Stains
      • Grease Spots on Heavy Goods that cannot be Laundered
      • Removal of Grease and Blood
      • Removal of Wheel Grease and Lubricants on Fine Fabrics
      • Removal of Acids
      • Removal of Blood
      • Questions
    • Grease Spots on Heavy Goods that cannot be Laundered
    • Removal of Grease and Blood
    • Removal of Wheel Grease and Lubricants on Fine Fabrics
    • Removal of Acids
    • Removal of Blood
    • Questions
    • Experiment 20—Dyeing Wool
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 21—Dyeing Cotton
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 22—Weighting Silk.—Affinity of Metallic Salts for Silk
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 23—Dyeing Silk
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 24—Test to Distinguish Piece-Dyed from Yarn-Dyed Fabric
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 25—Test to Distinguish Dyed from Printed Fabrics
      • Questions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 26—Bleaching by Sulphur Dioxide
      • Questions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 27—Bleaching by Bleaching Powder
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 30—Determining Style of Weave
    • Experiment 31—Determining the Size of Yarn
    • Experiment 32—Test for Twist in Yarn
    • Experiment 33—Determining the Direction of Warp and Filling
    • Experiment 34—Determining the Density of a Fabric
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 35—Determining Weight
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 36—Determining Shrinkage
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 37—Test of Fastness[28] of Color under Washing
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 38—Test of Fastness of Color under Friction
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 39—Test of Fastness of Color against Rain
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 40—Test of Fastness of Color in Sunlight
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 41—Test of Fastness of Color to Weather, Light, and Air
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 42—Test of Fastness of Color against Street Mud and Dust
    • Experiment 43—Testing Rubberized Fabrics
    • Experiment 44—Test for Vegetable and Animal Fiber
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 45—Difference between Cotton and Linen Fabrics
    • Experiment 46—Test to Distinguish Artificial Silk from Silk
    • Experiment 47—Test to Distinguish Silk from Wool
    • Experiment 48—Test to Distinguish Cotton from Linen
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 49—Test of Fabric to Withstand Ironing and Pressing
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 50—Test of Fabric to Withstand Perspiration
      • Directions
      • Questions
    • Directions
    • Questions
    • Experiment 51—Test for Determining Dressing
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 52—Testing the Strength of Cloth
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 53—Characteristics of a Knitted Fabric
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 54—Experiment to Illustrate Imperfections in Hosiery
    • Experiment 55—Characteristics of a Crochet Fabric
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 56—Characteristics of a Good Piece of Cotton Cloth
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 57—Characteristics of a Good Piece of Woolen Cloth
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 58—Characteristics of a Good Piece of Worsted Cloth
      • Directions
    • Directions
    • Experiment 59—Characteristics of a Good Silk Fabric
    • Experiment 60—How to Determine the Count of Yarn in Cloth
    • Experiment 61—Study of Fabrics
    • Experiment 62—How to Examine a Fabric
    • FOOTNOTES:
    • SOURCES OF SUPPLY
      • Catalogues of Cotton Machinery
      • Standard Textile Papers
      • Wool, Cotton, and Silk Samples
      • Woolen Yarns
      • Catalogue of Woolen and Worsted Machinery
      • Knitting Machinery
    • Catalogues of Cotton Machinery
    • Standard Textile Papers
    • Wool, Cotton, and Silk Samples
    • Woolen Yarns
    • Catalogue of Woolen and Worsted Machinery
    • Knitting Machinery
    • INDEX
    • ADVERTISEMENTS
      • Elementary Science.
      • Science.
      • Mathematics.
      • Drawing and Manual Training.
      • Higher English.
      • Monographs on English.
      • Heath’s English Classics.
    • Elementary Science.
    • Science.
    • Mathematics.
    • Drawing and Manual Training.
    • Higher English.
    • Monographs on English.
    • Heath’s English Classics.
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