pattern card


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pattern card

[′pad·ərn ‚kärd]
(textiles)
A perforated card used in jacquard weaving.
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In Wood Street I sold sandpaper, In Buck Street I sold prayer books, In Duddeston Street made pattern cards, In Doe Street I sold fishhooks, In Ashted I made Jew's harp springs, In Thomas Street made awl blades.
Nails, spinning wheels, bobbins, thread and wooden jacquard pattern cards, all shapes found within the mill, inspired these images.
Next, a child may advance to sorting challenges with games that feature pattern cards or shape sorters.
Using rhythm pattern cards in their hands, players construct measures according to the designated time signature.
It relies on punched pattern cards to direct needle and yarn-strand selection.
Pattern cards are specified in Annex 6 to Decision No 3 / MON of the Minister of National Defence of January 3, 2014.