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By Linda P. Schapper

В книге three hundred мотивов и образцов узоров, выполненые крючком от дизайнера Linda P. Schapper. К каждому узору дано описание, фото и схема.

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A counter-weighted trap door releases the green bolls when they have collected in sufficient quantity to counterbalance the forces holding the trapdoor shut. Automatic feed controls to provide an evenly dispersed fiber flow without wet clumps. Dryers such as is shown in Fig. 5 – two dryers are normally used which expose the flowing fibers for 10 to 15 seconds to hot air and raise the fiber temperature to no more than 350°F. Two or more cylinder cleaners – these consist of spiked cylinders rotating at 400 to 500 r/min over grid bars.

The use of this so-called ‘stump cotton’ has been banned in the USA. The length to diameter ratio of the fiber is in the order of several thousand; this makes it mechanically flexible and suitable for textiles. Wild and cultivated species of cotton [5] have been placed in the genus of Gossypium and in the order of Malvales. Five species have been cultivated, Gossypium herbaceum, Gossypium arboreum, Gossypium hirsutum, Gossypium barbadense, and Gossypium peruvian. The first two of these are sometimes known as Asiatic species, the third is commonly known as American upland cotton, and the last is known as long-staple cotton (Sea Island, Egyptian, Peruvian tanguis, Pima and others).

Ramie Ramie comes from plants with the botanical name Boehmeria niva or B. tenacissema. Fibers are removed by decortication, which is a process whereby the fibers are removed from soaked stalks by scraping or beating. Gums are then removed by soaking in caustic soda followed by neutralization in an acid bath. The fiber is then washed and oiled. The thick-walled cells often reach 18 inches long. Normally the fiber is rather stiff but mercerized ramie has some qualities that allow it to approach the performance of cotton.

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