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Artificial silk is also called

Artificial silk is also called


Colours, Community & Chemistry was a 17-week exhibition at the People’s History Museum on the Salford-Manchester border in Northwest England. 22, 571 visitors saw the exhibition and took part in events between 8th October 2014 and 18th January 2015. Collaborators, participants and visitors came…
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Spider silk Dress

Spider silk Dress


Spiber s Qmonos cocktail dress is tough as nails but super stretchy. Spiber Spider silk is about four or five times stronger than steel, but it is remarkably lightweight. So, what would it feel like to walk around in a suit woven of the stuff? Spiber, a startup in northern Japan, is showing off a dress made from synthetic spider silk. The firm is one of looking into how to…


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Cultivated silk

Cultivated silk


Momme is one of the factors used to determine the quality and value of silk. 1. What is Silk Momme? — Silk Momme, actually pronounced as moe-me, is a unit of measurement for silk fabric. It is a measure of the weight of silk fabric and the weight is determined by the factors listed below. 2. Types of silk — Generally silk is divided into two categories — cultivated and wild…


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Golden silk Spider - bites

Golden silk Spider - bites


During late summer and early fall, the fine meshed, 1-2 meters in diameter, large golden webs of the golden silk spider (Latin: Nephila Clavipes) make a sticky trap for unwary insects. The spider (pictured below) is well known to people from Florida and other southern parts of North America. Recently a 6 inch long (15 cm) golden silk spider was found on the front porch of a…


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Modern silk Sarees

Modern silk Sarees


Silk has always been the fabric of class and elegance. It gives a spatial definition to the word ‘elite’. Silk is also known as ‘Paat’ in East India, ‘Pattu’ in South India and ‘Resham’ in Hindi or Urdu. Silk clothing in the Indian culture has been associated with auspicious occasions such as weddings, baby showers, birthdays and pujas (prayer service). Although Silk was brought…


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Common uses of silk

Common uses of silk


Like my work? Like me on Facebook at: Uploaded with a demo version of FlickrExport. Oecophylla smaragdina (common names include weaver ant, green ant, green tree ant, and orange gaster) is a species of arboreal ant found in Asia and Australia. They make nests in trees made of leaves stitched together using the silk produced by their larvae. Weaver ants may be red or green…


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How to make silk?

How to make silk?


Where I live, in southern North Carolina in the USA, there are about four types of spiders that make good webs for collecting: 1) golden orb spider, 2) black and yellow orb spider, 3) crab orb spider, 4) spider All of these build large, regular orb shaped webs, with strong fibers. None of these spiders are dangerous, but I recommend avoiding their bites anyway, because it could…


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Dye for silk

Dye for silk


Silk is an animal fiber, and therefore, like all animal fibers, is made of protein. Proteins are made out of different combinations of the twenty essential amino acids. They are more complex than cellulose, which is made out of repeating units of a sugar, glucose, and thus there are more ways in which different dye chemicals can attach to them. There are, therefore, many more…


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Silk broadcloth

Silk broadcloth


Fiber Content: 100% Silk Weave: Broadcloth Weight: 5.5oz/yd How long it takes to biodegrade: 1-3 Years Its natural properties: Silk has some pretty magical qualities. It has extremely high tensile strength - higher than any other fiber. A strand of silk is stronger than a wire of iron in the same diameter. It s naturally hypoallergenic (the most hypoallergenic of all fabrics)…


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Weaving silk

Weaving silk


If you think you’re familiar with what you’ll find at the Silk Weaving Studio, maybe it’s time you dropped in discover all the new and exciting things we have! In addition to the constantly changing landscape of weaving, Sanjo Silk now provides a whole new world of yarn. From India, we have an small but enticing selection of silk tussahs, mugas and eris, everything from the…


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Silk molecular structure

Silk molecular structure


All spiders produce silk, and most produce multiple types of silk fibers. How these silks function in prey capture webs provides a crucial link between the molecular biology of silk and spider ecology. Silks are typically semicrystalline fibers that rank among the strongest, toughest, and stretchiest biological fibers. Spider silk proteins (spidroins) are modular in structure…


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Silk process

Silk process


The historic Silk Road stretched from the most Eastern parts of Asia to Europe and connected continents, countries and people in trade, intellectual exchange and brought mutual cultural enrichment. Along its many different routes - the Silk Routes - people brought news and inventions as well as treasured goods and heritage from their civilisations to share with their far away…


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