Wool Knitting and Crochet by Wilson (H.B)
ISBN : 978-81-8247-214-3
This handy book is eqally appreciated by beginners or expert,valuable information and instructions for everyone who wishes to learn to do this beautiful work , it embodies selection of designs ;and , from the simplest to difficult step is explained and illustrated .it describe the making of the newest designs of crochet and wool knitting particularly and gives instructions and patterns of many a daily used items.
Textile Chemistry: Vishu Arora0 out of 5(0)
Textile chemistry includes all the basics that are required to understand the world of textiles. The book is specifically written for the students of textile technology. This book comprises of 7 chapters, where the first 3 chapters are related to fibres, yarns and fabrics respectively. In the further chapters dyeing, finishing and testing of textiles is explained in details with exercised.SKU: n/a
Know All about Fabrics and Their Manufacture by Kevin Thomas (H.B)0 out of 5(0)
The present book is an attempt to make the readers aware of the various fibres, their origin, their uses and their export and import in the present day cloth industry. Fabrics are used everywhere, from clothing to making articles of daily use like bags, carpets, flags, etc. Natural fibres, like, cotton, v and jute are nature’s gift to man, which he used to develop others like rayon, nylon, polyester and acrylic.The book details on the origin of various fibres and tells how many fabrics have been developed till date. It also gives the complete history of the fabrics. Readers who are interested in knowing about fabric and the way to take good care of it would definitely find the book of great use. Apart from presenting before the readers information on fabric and their care, the book also stresses on the process of their manufacture from fibres.SKU: abhkaafatm
The Chemical Technology of Textile Fibres by Dr. G.V. Georgievics (H.B)0 out of 5(0)
In the present volume dealing with the Chemical Technology of the Textile Fibers (excepts concerns the dye-stuffs, which will be treated in a separate work the author has been obliged to condense the available matter as much as possible in order to preserve the form of a text-book. Nevertheless, it seemed necessary, in certain cases, in the interests of the book to give definite data and an exact description of individual processes. In STOL instances the details en gathered exclusively either from the cullus personal experience en kolesources. The most important is the chapter treating of dyeing whilst cruise? other hand, the subjectivity had to be dealt with in a more general fashion the materials being less suitable for treatment in text-book style The author thinks it desirable to point out that in the present work an attempt has been made to completely separate the chemical and mechanical technology of the subject a standpoint he considers justified by the extensive area occupied by each of these branches. Hence only a few sketches of apparatus have been given, and the methods of dressing the finished goods have been described very briefly since they almost entirely belong to the domain of mechanical technologySKU: n/a
Bleaching of Textile Fibres by Rajesh Kalra (H.B)0 out of 5(0)
“Bleaching of Textile Fibres” incorporates the necessary information about all the presentments given to various textile fibres like cotton, wool, silk, Rayon, Polyester, Nylon, Acrylic, Acetate, jute, linen, etc. This book will be useful to all the students, engineers and professionals related to various disciplines of Textiles, Fashion and Garment. The matter has been explained in easy to understand language and all efforts have been made to simplify complex points easily understandable.
About the Autho: Rajesh Kalra is presently working as lecturer in Textile Processing Department at Govt. Polytechnic Hisar. He has experience of 15 years in teaching. He completed his B.Tech (Textile Chemistry) from Technological Institute oTextiles and Sciences, Bhiwani in 1988. He has participated in various workshops organized to design and redesign the curriculum of Diploma in Textile Processing for Haryana state.SKU: n/a