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slub

[sləb]
(textiles)
A planned irregularity in yarn produced by alternately tightening and relaxing tensions during spinning.
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As mentioned earlier, one colleague from the library of the RCM went to the Music Section of the SLUB Dresden for four weeks.
Unit 2) Spindles PAGRI BRAND Yams, Core Spuns, Ring Slub Yams etc.
Aviator parka jacket EUR40 worn with minikilt EUR13 and slub asymmetrical top EUR6 with lambswool military style cardigan EUR14.
Texture plays a major role here so look out for throws and cushions in grainy linens, slub silk and rich velvet.
2 TFA's Hopsing plaid mixes two types of silk for a textural slub effect, coordinated here with Tressa, sophisticated daffodil floral embroidery.
Slub Muscle Vest EUR4, 50's Scenic Prom Skirt EUR19 In Stores June
Combed Yarns, Core BRAND Spuns, Ring Slub Yarns etc.
Sally Mahers has been appointed the Supporters Club's representative at Blaze and said: "We can all play our part in helping the national teams to be successful and one of the easiest ways is to join the supporters slub.
Inset above: Part of the Extreme Weave collection from Valdese Weavers, Camden offers a slub weave effect.
This article contributed Tomsic focuses on the TOMSIC REAL SHORT TERM CARD AUTOLEVELLER now offered with integrated SLUB INVENTOR.
Blending deluxe materials with simple, classic shapes, together they created a look that epitomised discreet elegance; casual in cashmere, slub satin and milky white pearls.
A 300-thread-count cotton sateen program will be complemented with different comforter face fabrications, such as print on slub duck, jacquards and seersucker fabric.