of thread or yarn across a hole in a piece of fabric to fill and conceal the hole.You can also darn across a thin or worn area of fabric to strengthen it, to prevent a hole from forming, and to close a fabric tear. darning by hand 1 The ...
Repairing mid-sized holes in woven fabrics is much more controversial. Unlike with knitted fabrics, you can't simply seal and stitch mid-sized holes together, as they will not redistribute the weight the same way a knitted fabric will.
Author: Steven Santos
Rigging aerial fabrics can be a complex topic. This book was written for aerial riggers in the circus, aerial dance, aerial yoga, and other related disciplines. It covers the selection, care, maintenance and proint-down rigging of aerial fabrics, single point slings, double point slings and other related apparatus.
Author: Polona Dobnik DubrovskiPublish On: 2010-11-18
In these places there can be often observed the characteristic tearing of its element from the fabric and the hole appearance; • the hole occurence (random) in the fabric by, for example, cigarette or spark. If this place is stressed, ...
Author: Polona Dobnik Dubrovski
Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand
Category: Technology & Engineering
The main goal in preparing this book was to publish contemporary concepts, new discoveries and innovative ideas in the field of woven fabric engineering, predominantly for the technical applications, as well as in the field of production engineering and to stress some problems connected with the use of woven fabrics in composites. The advantage of the book Woven Fabric Engineering is its open access fully searchable by anyone anywhere, and in this way it provides the forum for dissemination and exchange of the latest scientific information on theoretical as well as applied areas of knowledge in the field of woven fabric engineering. It is strongly recommended for all those who are connected with woven fabrics, for industrial engineers, researchers and graduate students.
Author: United States. Patent and Trademark OfficePublish On: 2000
... said bolts being threadedly inserted through end turns being connected by interconnecting segments in their associate hole and its associated pair of nuts ; and said top and bottom faces of said band and a continuous piece of fabric ...
Author: United States. Patent and Trademark Office
To extend a skirt waistband in an emergency , loop two rubber bands through the buttonhole ( the official ... If a burn hole is very small and the fabric texture allows , you can hide a burn hole by cutting a tiny piece of fabric from ...
Category: House & Home
For over thirty years Heloise's column "Hints from Heloise" has been an American institution, read by millions daily. In All-New Hints from Heloise, her first new household-hints book in almost a decade, Heloise has created an indispensable home reference guide that focuses specifically on today's changing life-styles. The operative word today is convenience--getting what has to be done accomplished in the limited time available. You will still find an abundance of the time-tested household hints from Heloise so many have come to expect, from removing spots and stains to caring for household plants and fixing squeaky floors. In addition, you will also find scores of hints on using and maintaining household appliances that simply didn't exist in most homes a decade ago. Organized by subject, and cross-referenced with a comprehensive index, All-New Hints from Heloise provides up-to-date advice on everything from home care inside and outside to travel, entertainment, children, pets, and more. This is the first household self-help book to take readers beyond the traditional concerns of the past and help prepare them to overcome the hurdles of the '90s.
stitch can be worked by either skimming the needle through the fabric while holding it freely in your hand or by stabbing the needle up and down with the fabric held taut in ... 4 Count two fabric threads to the left of the centre hole.
Author: Country Bumpkin
Publisher: Search Press Limited
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Part of the bestselling A-Z series, this title explores the handiest stitches and techniques for use in the practice of wool embroidery.Clear step-by-step instructions lead the reader through the stitches themselves; and beautiful designs created by readers of Inspirations magazines in Australia aid the reader in putting the techniques into practice.A great accompaniment and follow-on to the A-Z of Embroidery Stitches.
The second needle carried by the third holder is now passed through the same hole in an opposite direction , and is received by the first - mentioned holder ; thus crossing the two threads in one hole in the fabric .
Rubber cement is then applied to the frayed strands and the fabric . Three coats are applied to each and then the loop of the rope is put through the hole in the patch and the strands are spread out on the patch .
Using craft knife , cut a hole about side down , over wrong side of 3 - inch 5. Using craft cement , glue fringe the size of a quarter in the center of x 12 % -inch piece fabric B ; lay in place around bottom edge of lid . the box ...
Author: Laura Scott
Publisher: DRG Wholesale
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Beautiful home decor items, made with great fabrics, that don't require threading a sewing machine! The chapters go room by room through your home. Tackle redoing just one room at a time, but before you begin browse through the entire book. Ideas in one chapter may suit a room covered in a different chapter.