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History of Woven Products

Apr 13, 2017

Weaving technology is from the system to do fishing with knitted fabrics mesh soko and pad with the development of the basket table. "Yi's Speech (under)" recorded the Legend of Fuxi's "knot rope and for the net Soko, to the tenancy by fishing." There are many prints on the Neolithic pottery unearthed. The Hemudu ruins unearthed the fine Gingsi fragments, the Shaanxi Banpo village BC more than 4,000 year ruins unearthed pottery bottom already has the weave material prints (Fig. 3, the pottery bottom of Banpo village unearthed in Shaanxi province).

The most primitive weaving without tools, but "hand-by-finger hanging", completely bare straight line of the warp, and then a root to stir up the warp knitting yarn into the weft. The length and width of the fabric are extremely limited. In practice, people gradually learn to use tools, first in the singular and the double-numbered warp between the wear of a rod, called the Strand Stick. A "texture" that can be worn into the weft is formed between the top and bottom threads of the rod. Use a rod, from the top of the warp line perpendicular to the upper warp thread through the bottom of the warp and a root pulling up. In this way, the rod can be lifted up the bottom of the warp on the top of the warp, thus forming a new "texture", to wear another weft and dispense with the root of the warp thread. This rod is called a fully-mechanized (wooden) or integrated pole (bamboo). The term "synthesis" originates from this. After the weft enters the weaving mouth, also must use the wooden knife important localization. At one end of the warp, some are tied to a tree or a pillar, and some are wrapped around a plank, with a pair of legs. The other end of the woven fabrics are rolled on the wooden stick, the rods are tied to the waist between the people. This is the original waist machine. Hemudu ruins unearthed wooden knife, split stick, roll cloth sticks and other original waist machine parts, modelling and now preserved in ethnic minorities in the ancient French weaving machine parts are similar.