Spun wool; woolen thread; also, thread of other material, as of cotton, flax, hemp, or silk; material spun and prepared for use in weaving, knitting, manufacturing sewing thread, or the like.
One of the threads of which the strands of a rope are composed.
A generic term for strands or bundles of continuous filaments or fibers, usually twisted and suitable for making textile fabric.
Any number of individual threads or fibers twisted together
A fine continuous length of fibres with or without twist, that is strong enough to be processed into fabric.
A continuous strand of spun cotton FIBERS used for WEAVING or knitting.
Cord of twisted fibers.
A continuous strand of fibers used in tufting, weaving and bonding to form carpet and other fabrics. Carpet yarn is often plied and may be either spun staple or continuous filament.
A continuous thread created by twisting fibers together, either loosely or tightly.
a continuous, usually twisted, strand of fibers suitable for weaving, knitting, or other processing into fabrics.
a continuous strand comprised of many fibers or filaments
A general term covering all specific types of textile structures, with or without twist, made of continuous or discontinuous filaments (according to ISO/DIS 13922).
Fibers twisted (plied) into a single, continuous thread. Can be man-made or natural.
A continuous strand of textile fibers that may be composed of endless filaments or shorter fibers twisted or otherwise held together. Yarns are utilized in making fabric.
A Product Of Substantial Length And Relatively Small Cross-section Consisting Of Fibres And/or Filament(s) With Or Without Twist. Note 1: Assemblies Of Fibres Or Filaments Are Usually Given Other Names During The Stages That Lead To The Production Of Yarn, E.g., Tow, Slubbing, Sliver, Or Roving. Except In The Case Of Continuous-filaments Or Tape Yarns, Any Tensile Strength Possessed By The Assemblies At These Stages Is Generally The Minimum That Can Hold Them Together During Processing. Note 2: Staple, Continuous Filament, And Mono-filament Yarns Are Included. Note 3: No Distinction Is Made Between Single, Folded And Cabled Yarns. Note 4: Zero-twist Continuous Filament Yarns Are Included. Note 5: Zero-twist And Self-twist Staple Yarn Are Included. Note 6: By The Definition Of Fibre And Filament, Paper, Metal, Film And Glass Yarns Are Included.
Continuously twisted fibers or strands suitable for use in weaving into fabrics.
Fibers twisted into a single thread, which can then be woven into a textile.
Long fibers or filaments twisted together.
A continuous strand of natural or synthetic threads twisted together and used to weave or knit garments.
A generic term fo an assemblage of fibers or filaments, either natural or manufactured, twisted or laid together to form a continuous strand suitable for use in producing fibers.
A generic term for a continuous strand of textile fiber, filaments or material suitable for knotting, weaving, tufting, or otherwise intertwining to form a textile fabric.
Yarn is the general name for any fibre, either natural or manmade, which has been twisted into long strands to form a thread which is then used in a variety of ways: e.g. Knitting, weaving, sewing or embroidery. The individual strand is known as the "ply".
Yarn is a long continuous length of interlocked fibers, suitable for use in the production of textiles, sewing, crocheting, knitting, weaving and ropemaking. Yarn can be made from any number of synthetic or natural fibers. ;
A generic term for a continuous strand of textile fibers, filaments, or material in a form suitable for knitting, weaving, braiding, or otherwise intertwining to form a textile fabric.
An assemblage of twisted filaments, fibers, or strands, either natural or manufactured, to form a continuous length that is suitable for use in weaving or interweaving into textile materials.