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Asked in Incas
What type of loom was used by Incas?
Three types of looms were used by Incan weavers. The most unusual was the backstrap loom. They tied one end of the loom to a tree and the other end was a belt that went around the weavers back. They also used a horizontal loom stretched about a foot off the ground and a vertical loom attached to a wall. ...
Asked in Companies, Word Play, Puns, and Oxymorons
What is the loom in fruit of the loom?
The trademark "Fruit of the Loom" is a play on words. The phrase "fruit of the womb" (children) appears in the Bible and elsewhere, and the rhyming word "loom" is the basic threading tool used to produce cloth. ...
What is difference between power loom fabric and auto loom fabric?
A power loom is a mechanical loom, that is powered by a line shaft. A auto loom is a loom with a tertiary motion to keep it from breaking. ...
What is the difference between water loom and air jet loom?
difference between air jet loom and water jet loom
Asked in Weaving
What was the weaving loom used for?
A loom is something you use to weave thread or yarn into cloth. The loom holds the threads in a single direction so that other threads (weft threads, as they're called) maybe interwoven between them and hold all of the threads together. ...
Asked in Weaving, The Difference Between
What is difference between a rigid heddle loom and a Saori loom?
A Saori loom is a trademarked small floor loom that has just two pedals, plus the ability to remove a project and switch to a different project. A rigid heddle loom has one reed/heddle with slots and holes that also serves as a beater, and the loom is commonly used with a trestle or on a table. Functionally, both looms produce plain weave fabric although there are a variety of effects that can be done on either loom with finger manipulation, varying...