Knotting (GERAH)

Twisting the woolen RAW SILK to Carpet's warps at the time of weaving.


To arrange (strands of yarn or Wool thread) so that they run lengthwise in weaving. The state of being twisted or bent out of shape


An 840 yard HANK of cotton thread in one pound, Generally 5,10,20,40.

Cotton (PANBAH)

Any of various shrubby plants of the genus Gossypium, having showy flowers and grown for the soft, white, downy fibers surrounding oil-rich seeds. The fiber of any of these plants, used in making textiles and other products. Thread or cloth manufactured from the fiber of these plants.
Also any of various soft, downy substances produced by other plants, as on the seeds of a cottonwood.


The thickness unit of silk fibers. The most common figure has the Range of 60 - 160.


A fine, lustrous fiber composed mainly of fibroin and produced by certain insect larvae to form cocoons, especially the strong, elastic, fibrous secretion of silkworms used to make thread and fabric. Thread or fabric made from this fiber. A garment made from this fabric


A standard of measurement for thickness and the diameter of RAW SILK. It calls as a length figure of One-Gram filament wool. The most common figure has the Range of 3 - 10.

Raw Silk (KHAAMA)

The Untreated silk as reeled from a cocoon or the Fabric or yarn made from untreated silk.

Spring Wool (PASHM -E- BAHAREH)

Refer to Wool (PASHM)
The process of fleecing takes place at Spring. The Spring fleeced wool has the better quality.


Any of a breed of sheep, camel, goat, and alpaca. A soft, lightweight fabric made originally of merino wool and cotton yarn used especially for knitting underwear and hosiery. A knitted fabric made of this yarn.

Wool (PASHM)

The dense, soft, often curly hair forming the coat of sheep and certain other mammals, such as the goat and alpaca, consisting of cylindrical fibers of keratin covered by minute overlapping scales and much valued as a textile fabric. A material or garment made of this hair.

Carpet (FARSH)

An Arabic word; a thick, heavy covering for a floor, usually made of woven wool or synthetic fibers; a rug. The fabric used for this floor covering