bolting cloth


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bolting cloth

[′bōl·tiŋ ‚klȯth]
(materials)
A sieve cloth made of wire, hair, or silk or other thread used to remove lumps from flour or to make screen prints or needlework.
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A length of nylon bolting cloth (25-[micro]m mesh size; approximately 25 cm x 25 cm; Sefar; Satake UK Ltd.) was folded over end to end and machine-stitched with cotton thread and a fine needle to provide several rows of sacks (Fig.