. Yarn and cloth making; an economic study; a college and normal schools text preliminary to fabric study, and a reference for teachers of industrial history and art in secondary and elementary schools. ng. 6, 3 Spinning cotton.Draper, p. 18. Early spindle. 18. Mexican spinner. 19. Two Mexican spinners.Goddard 0), p. 50, d-e. Spindles. 152. Navajo woman spinning.Goddard (^), p. 205. Navajo woman spinning wool.Handbook American Indians, II. p. 928. Navajo spinning.HoUister, p. loi. Navajo carder. p. III. Navajo spinner.Holmes (^), p. 7. Peruvian spindles.James, p. 108, fig. 131. Navajo spinning

. Yarn and cloth making; an economic study; a college and normal schools text preliminary to fabric study, and a reference for teachers of industrial history and art in secondary and elementary schools. ng. 6, 3 Spinning cotton.Draper, p. 18. Early spindle. 18. Mexican spinner. 19. Two Mexican spinners.Goddard 0), p. 50, d-e. Spindles. 152. Navajo woman spinning.Goddard (^), p. 205. Navajo woman spinning wool.Handbook American Indians, II. p. 928. Navajo spinning.HoUister, p. loi. Navajo carder. p. III. Navajo spinner.Holmes (^), p. 7. Peruvian spindles.James, p. 108, fig. 131. Navajo spinning Stock Photo
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. Yarn and cloth making; an economic study; a college and normal schools text preliminary to fabric study, and a reference for teachers of industrial history and art in secondary and elementary schools. ng. 6, 3 Spinning cotton.Draper, p. 18. Early spindle. 18. Mexican spinner. 19. Two Mexican spinners.Goddard 0), p. 50, d-e. Spindles. 152. Navajo woman spinning.Goddard (^), p. 205. Navajo woman spinning wool.Handbook American Indians, II. p. 928. Navajo spinning.HoUister, p. loi. Navajo carder. p. III. Navajo spinner.Holmes (^), p. 7. Peruvian spindles.James, p. 108, fig. 131. Navajo spinning.Magazines. See magazine illustrations.Mason Q-), p. 76. Zuni woman spinning woolen yarn.Matthews, PI. 34. Navajo spinning. 44. Moki spinning.Miller, PI. 8. Spinning cotton thread.Oppel, p. 621. Indian woman spinning in Colombia. p., 566. Distaff and spindle of the Igorot of Luzon.Pepper, p. 38. Navajo spinner.Stevenson, PI. 44. Moki method of spinning.Walton, p. 20. -Indian spinner (drawing out rove).Watson, J. F., p. 64. Spinning fine yarn for Dacca muslins.Woolman and McGowan, p. 20. Navajo spinning.Worcester, PI. 44. A Tingian woman spinning cotton. SPINNING TYPES 29 IV SUSPENDED HAND SPINDLE. Fig. 6.—^ Ancient Egyptian Spinners, Middle Kingdom Right, spinner twisting simultaneously two lines of rove by rolling spindle onthigh. Left, dextrous Egyptian doubling yarn. Four single yarns arebeing twisted into two two-ply yarns. Distinctive Characteristics Spinning implement: a spindle freely suspended from the thread it is spinning. A Distaff for holding raw material frequently present.Attenuating device: spindle stretches rove after hands have drawn it.Twisting device: hand spindle rotated by right hand and let swing. so YARN AND CLOTH MAKING No winding device: spindle used to hold spun yarn. Spinning intermittent. Outline Example: Peasants ofsouthern Europe, andtribes of CentralAsia. Implement — Sus-pended spindle. a. a stone. b. shaft with cleft, or hook. c. shaft with cro

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