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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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MOISTAIRA(r) is available for the latest Savio winding machines, Polar, Pulsar and Eco Pulsar, for which a more advanced configuration can further improve the performances of the splicer, thanks to a multiple control of the air spray, particularly interesting for the coarse cotton counts and slubbed yarns.
Slubbed asymmetrical top EUR6 with check button smock EUR13 and bonded aviator gilete EUR25.
Its slubbed rayon chenille yarn added lots of visual and tactile texture.
That warm and fuzzy, woolen slubbed fabric was originally handwoven on the banks of the Tweed River in England and quickly became a staple for menswear.