core yarn

core yarn

[′kȯr ‚yärn]
(textiles)
The internal member of a yarn produced by core spinning.
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In fact hairiness occurs because there are some free ends protruding from the core yarn.
Yarns made from pure nanofibers could be obtained by selectively removing the core yarn.
Crown also offers 100% recyclable PVC free sustainable fabrics which are generated from a core yarn that is born out of post-industrial waste by-product.
A second wrapper yarn is spirally-wrapped around the elastic core yarn and the first wrapper yarn in a second twist direction.
Ankyra, from the word anchor, features chenille yarns embedded in a core yarn.
The lead ends of cotton fibers from the two cotton rovings get trapped first, followed by the tail ends of the fibers spinning around the core yarn.
The proposed sale will have no impact on AGY's core yarn and specialty roving business.
Jute and wool are being used in some of the products, along with the company's core yarn system of polypropylene.
where he was executive vice president of terry sales emphasizes that the new towels which will be marketed under the label "Touch of Class by Field-crest," do not just represent a unique color palette and price point for the company, but are made of a "permasoft core yarn which has been ring-spun for an incredibly soft hand.
The men's and women's thermal collections will feature innovative fabrics, such as their React Tech heat-generating technology - which uses Hollow Core yarns to trap heat - and Peak Performance which traps heat, wicks moisture, and features anti-microbial properties.
Ten amazing chapters present beautifully illustrated information about fiber, spinning basics, singles, spiral yarns, opposing plies, boucles, cable yarns, crepe yarns, core yarns and novelty yarns.
Braids can be tubular (shaped around only one core, which forms a round braid) or flat (shaped around two core yarns, which makes a flat braid.