This module, and the following module, introduce some of the challenges manufacturers of wool products face and shows how they manage these challenges to maintain product quality.
Spirality refers to the twisting and deformation that can occur in knit structures of any fibre. This topic explains spirality and how to avoid it.
Cockling is an irregular surface effect due to localised distortions in yarn. This topic explores the different types of cockling and the best ways to manage distortion.
Fabric properties can have significant implications for garment making and final appearance. This topic explores the key attributes to consider.
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