Alpaca Linings

ALPACA LININGS
There are many fabrics made with a cotton warp and alpaca weft used for linings. Each is made in a twill weave. The most important arc given below with average particulars :

Dictionary of the English textile terms. 2014.

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  • Alpaca (Extract Wool) — Alpaca wool weft is obtained by disintegrating fabrics made of mixture materials, and may contain animal and vegetable fibres. The term is also applied to a lustre fabric woven with a cotton warp and alpaca wool weft, plain weave. When dyed in… …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

  • Alpaca Cloth — The name is derived from the Spanish term for the Vicuna. The wool is mixed with silk or cotton and the yarn woven into a thin durable cloth for both men s and women s wear. Sir Titus Salt introduced the wool into Yorkshire, and it is now used… …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

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  • alpaca — [al pak′ə] n. pl. alpacas or alpaca [Sp < Aymara allpaca] 1. a domesticated South American llama (Lama glama pacos) with valuable, long, silky, brown or black wool 2. its wool 3. a thin cloth woven from this wool, often mixed with other fibers …   English World dictionary

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  • Orleans Linings — A fabric made in Bradford, and used as a lining for dress goods. Yarns are fine cotton warp, worsted weft, either plain weave or figured, and generally dyed. Other styles have a mixture weft of cotton and alpaca …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

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  • Albert Twill — A Bradford dress or lining fabric in 4 shaft twill weave, made from a cotton warp and alpaca weft, 33 in. 90 yards, 72 X 100, 44 s / 36 s T.W. weft alpaca, usually 72 reed, but picks vary from 80 to 140. Warp varies from 36 s to 44 s cotton dyed… …   Dictionary of the English textile terms

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