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by: Elenor Yost


Elenor Yost
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J. Kuttruff

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This 12 page Class Notes was uploaded by Elenor Yost on Tuesday October 13, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to HUEC 4041 at Louisiana State University taught by J. Kuttruff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 17 views. For similar materials see /class/222441/huec-4041-louisiana-state-university in Ecology at Louisiana State University.




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Date Created: 10/13/15
572012 113200 PM True False 1 Weld is a vegetable Dye 2 Cutch is a brown natural tree dye 3 Felt and paper are not a agglomerated felted fibers 4 Two single interworked elements are either linking or looping 5 Textiles can only survive in constantly dry climates 6 The more twists per inch results in a looser yarn 7 Calendaring is a process that adds luster 8 Fulling causes wool to shrink 9 Satin weaves are over one under 4 10 Weaving only is done with one yarn 11 Weaving is the most universal fabric construction method 12 Several people can contribute and work at one time on a tapestry 13 Finger weaving is technically a weave 14 Tapestry is a weft faced plain weave with discontinuous wefts 15 Embroidery is a method of decorating while weaving 16 Embroidery was originally done in imitation of a true woven tapestry 17 Needlepoint canvaswork and embroidery are interchangeable terms 18 Couching is not a type of embroidery 19 True lace does not have to be made with a needle or bobbin 20 Bobbin lace is made with one thread while needle lace is made with several 21 Needle lace can be made wide while bobbin can only be thin 22 Part lace allows a bobbin lace to be wider by being made up of constructed motifs joinds with bars 23 Shibori is a type of block printing 24 Knitting is a vertical looped single element fabric 25 Crosslooping is the same as knitting Matching 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 P Painting Printing Dyeing Pigments surface applied Aqueous and synthetic Applied to surface 093 Seeds and Fruit Leaf Bast Bark and Root Miscellaneous Cotton Hax Kapok Netue Raffia Cedar Apocyhunw Mkaeed Hoss Broon1 Banana Cow Mneappm Pappus Reeds Jute SBalHemp Ran e Spanmh Moss Grasses WPDWP Tight Twists Angle Medium Twist Angle Loose Twists Angle A 25 degrees B 45 degrees C 10 degrees Body Tension Loom A Chineseamp mid east patterned silks Warpweighted loom B Greek Wool Northern Europe Horizontal loom C Navaho European tapestry Two Beamvertical loom D China medieval Europe 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 Treadle Loom E South and Central America amp SE Asia Draw loom F 19th C Europe complicated patterns Jacquard G Ancient Egypt and middle East Velvet A Supplementary warp Brocading Continuous Brocading discontinuous Pileboucle A Supplementary weft Madder Weld Lac Woad Cochineal Saffron Turmeric Indigo A Red B Yellows C Blues Multiple Choices 70 71 72 DQOD39QJ DQOD39QJ Which of the following is not an animal dye Kermes Lac Murex Woad Ocher Which is not a mineral dye Sandstone Blue Azurite Litharge Fustic Madder Lapis lazuli Which is a natural felted plant form 73 74 75 76 77 Um 10039 DQOD39QJ QOD39QJ Beaten Bark cloth Papyrus Felt AandC All A single worked element can be Linked Looped Interloping All None Mercerization does what Causitic Soda Improves Strength Luster Dye Affinity All Which weave has a pronounced diagonal Tabby Sateen Twill Satin Which is a supplementary warp weave Velvet Damask Brocading Pile Brocading is a supplementary weft weave that can be Discontinuous Continuous Made from one yarn EDD 78 79 80 upsm 81 82 threads I 83 runners upsm upsm 000quot AandC None Interconnected waves include Double width Double cloth Tubular None All Is the most universal weave Twill PlainTabby Satin Sateen Embroidery stitches include Flat stitches Loop stitches Knotted stitches All of the above Quilting is a form of Embroidery Lace Applique Weaving Open work fabric constructed by looping plaiting or twisting of using a bobbin Embroidery Lace Applique Weaving What is worked with a skeleton of woven fabric a Lace b Reticella c d Cutwork Machine lace 84 Which form of Direct Printing can be done with either a pigment or a dye a Block Printing b Copper plate printing c Roller printing d Screen printing 85 Knitting tecqnique made on a frame rather than with needle and the warp is fixed at both ends a Cutwork b Cross loop c Sprang d None 86 Includes knotting looping and linking with a single element and is ofeten used for fishing and head coverings a Knotting b Netting c Crochet d Lace 87 Is inter knotting of 1 set of elements also known as macram a Knotting b Netting c Crochet d Lace 88 Vertical and lateral interloping of a single element and is made with a hook a Knotting b Netting c Crochet d Lace 89 What is a type of Bark cloth a Knotted b Hawaiian Kapa Cloth c Shibori d Other 90 Fill in the Blank When weaving with a treadle loom the 61 threads are lifted to form the shed and the 62 thread is passed through the shed A Warp B Weft 63 can be removed from a set of elements without destroying the base 64 destroys the base A Complementary B Supplementary C Compound Weave 65 is a heavy floor tapestry and 66 is a Chinese silk tapestry A Kelins B Kesi High warp tapestry is weaved from 67 and low warp is weaved from 68 the tapestry A Under B Back Needle Lace is proceeded with A Embroidery B Brocading C Finished D Cutwork embroidery Answers True True False True False also can survive in constantly frozen climates False tighter yarn True True think of berets True Pmwaewwr H O False Two True H H 12 True 13 False braiding 14 True 15 False 16 True 17 True 18 True 19 False 20 False viceversa 21 True 22 True 23 False tiedye 24 True 25 False resembles knitting but done in shorter lengths loops made on after the other 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 71gtU06303 10gtUJITIITIOOOOITIUJITIUJUIDOUUJOIDOIDUJOID 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 Woad is vegetable Fustic is also a vegetable 03gt0303gtUWWUgtOWUUPUOUJUJgtOMUJgtUJUJUJgt AABBA 572012 113200 PM


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