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Thirty-five percent of the probate inventories listed cards or combs for woolen processing and only 18% included looms. Evidence of finishing or dyeing, however, rarely appeared in the records. A few accounts included clothier’s or tailor’s shears that the family may have used to clip the nap evenly once the material had been fulled. 2 Flax processing involved retting, breaking, scutching or swiggling, hackling and spinning. These procedures resulted in extracting the long fibers from the plant and leaving the shorter fibers or the tow behind.
In addition, use of the fulling mill only accounts for some woolen fabrics woven by the weaver and assumes that the weaver’s customer asked him to have the cloth fulled for them. In the case of Thomas Hazard’s relationship with weavers, Hazard only paid for the fabric to be woven. If the cloth required fulling, then he or a neighbor took the resulting woolen fabrics to Rodman’s mill in South Kingstown. indd 22 6/27/2006 4:28:12 PM Of Oil, Seed, and Flock 23 customers. Bailyn’s proportional analysis also implies that the weaver only produced fabrics, which required fulling.
The loom remained in location until it became obvious that local weavers would rather take yarn home to work it into fabric there than to work in Hazard’s house. When Hazard’s daughter learned to weave, Hazard had the loom reassembled again to enable her to learn the work at home from a trained weaver. ”45 Because of the heavy beams used to frame the counterbalanced loom and the necessity of putting it together and taking it apart to transport, it is highly unlikely that the weavers brought their own looms with them.