Wednesday, May 18, 2011

Mixing of spun fibres

Reports by the juries on the subjects in the thirty classes into which the Exhibition was divided

In yarns made from a mixture of silk and wool (mixed in the carding and preparation), there were samples shown both white and coloured, which, so far as wee were competent to form a judgment, were very good: but as this branch of the worsted trade is comparatively new [1851] (at all events to us). the Jury could not venture to give an opinions as to the relative merits of the different yarns of this class.

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