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Spider silk weaving

Spider silk weaving


A rare textile made from the silk of more than a million wild spiders goes on display today at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. To produce this unique golden cloth, 70 people spent four years collecting golden orb spiders from telephone poles in Madagascar, while another dozen…
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Silk Comes from silkworms

Silk Comes from silkworms


I love the feeling of silk. It’s so luxurious, and I feel really special every time I put silk anything on. The only problem with traditional silk is that the silkworm, the little caterpillar that spins the silk, lives a very short, sad life thanks to our demand for this luxurious fiber. This is why I’ve largely stopped buying silk unless it’s used or recycled. Many people…


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Silk Jacquard

Silk Jacquard


Fabric: silk jacquard from Britex Fabrics, SF Pattern: traced a blouse from my closet This blouse was made in collaboration with Britex Fabrics, in San Francisco. More info here


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Classic Silks

Classic Silks


The entire collection of Kenneth James Alhambra by Brewster is available through Leland s Wallpaper. For samples and orders from this collection, please call our showroom. 817-226-7890. The Classic Silks 2 Wallpaper Book by Norwall Wallcoverings exhibits the refined grandeur of centuries of traditional silk and satin wall coverings that have decorated homes throughout the world…


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From a silk Cocoon

From a silk Cocoon


Satsuki Ina, 72, was born at the Tule Lake segregation center in Tule Lake, Calif. She stands in the jail cell where her father, Itaru, was held before he was sent to a Department of Justice Internment camp for enemy aliens in Bismarck, North Dakota. Satsuki Inas American born parents were interned first at Topaz internment camp and then the Tule Lake Segregation Camp after…


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Different types of silk

Different types of silk


There are four types of natural silk which are commercially known and produced in the world. Among them mulberry silk is the most important and contributes as much as 90 per cent of world production, therefore, the term silk in general refers to the silk of the mulberry silkworm. Three other commercially important types fall into the category of non-mulberry silks namely:…


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Silk Wallcoverings

Silk Wallcoverings


The Silk Plaster company was founded in 1997 and we have been manufacturing our product using our own patented technologies. For almost 20 years we have produced wall covering materials as the alternative DIY-product to decorate walls and ceilings. This is not only a long lasting decorative material, but also eco-friendly and affordable to everyone. Silk Plaster implements…


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Silkworm process

Silkworm process


Bombyx mori - the silkworms blog! When the mulberry tree looks like this, it s time to take the worm eggs out of the fridge! These catkins are quickly followed by the tender new leaves, the kind that the hatchling silkworms love to eat. The eggs were taken out of cold storage on March 17. I keep them in a special warm room that I use for drying my soaps; any place that will…


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Silkworms and silk

Silkworms and silk


Silk—the stuff of lustrous, glamorous clothing—is very strong. Researchers now report a clever way to make the gossamer threads even stronger and tougher: by feeding silkworms graphene or single-walled carbon nanotubes ( Nano Lett. 2016, DOI: 10.1021/acs.nanolett.6b03597). The reinforced silk produced by the silkworms could be used in applications such as durable protective…


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Where is silk grown?

Where is silk grown?


Silk - the most beautiful of all textile fibers is acclaimed as the queen of textiles. It comes from the cocoon of the silk worm and requires a great deal of handling and processing, which makes it one of the most expensive fibers also. Today China is the leading silk producer of the world. Other major silk producing countries include Japan, India and Italy. Production of Silk…


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Imported silk

Imported silk


Delicately handcrafted from the finest Italian Printed Silk. Poly/Silk tipping. * Handcrafted from 100% imported silk * Dry Clean Only (see garment care) * Size: 3.75 at the widest point 57 in length * Made in New York City


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Silk Lycra

Silk Lycra


This paper concerns the treatment of wastewaters produced during printing matrix washing and by dyestuff leakage in the silk and Lycra printing industry. The objective was to obtain effluent of a quality that would allow water reuse. The raw wastewaters contained a high concentration of ammonia nitrogen (from urea, ammonium sulphate and tartrate used for the dyestuff preparation…


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