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  Twill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Twill is a type of fabric woven with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs.
Twill, from a practical standpoint, is a warm weather material, less well suited for cold weather.
Harris Tweed is a luxury twill handwoven on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Twill   (143 words)

 TWILL - LoveToKnow Article on TWILL   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
This gives a succession of diagonal lines to the cloth, and though in the normal type of twill this diagonal traverses from selvage to selvage at an angle of 45, considerable variations may be made.
Twills may be stout and serviceable cloths, though, theoretically, it would seem that the strain of wear on the threads that compose the cloth is necessarily irregular.
Twills are made in most kinds of clothssilk, woollen, cotton, andc.
57.1911encyclopedia.org /T/TW/TWILL.htm   (139 words)

 Twill Beadwork   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Twill beadwork, also commonly known as peyote beadwork, is a style of beadwork in which beads are laced together into a two-dimensional sheet.
Twill beadwork is sometimes mistaken for woven beadwork, but it differs in distinct ways.
In contrast, twill beadwork is formed only with a single needle and thread, held in your hands.
www.loudzen.com /users/jessica/beadwork   (267 words)

 Agile Testing: Web app testing with Python part 3: twill
Some options were proposed, among which I referred the OP to twill, a Web application testing package written in pure Python by Titus Brown (who, I can proudly say, is a fellow SoCal Piggie).
Using twill, all this proved to be a snap.
Twill can be used as a domain specific language via a command shell (twill-sh), or it can be used as a normal Python module, from within your Python code.
agiletesting.blogspot.com /2005/09/web-app-testing-with-python-part-3.html   (1066 words)

 Textile - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The production of textiles is an ancient craft, whose speed and scale of production has been altered almost beyond recognition by mass-production and the introduction of modern manufacturing techniques.
However, a Roman weaver would have no problem recognizing modern plain weave, twill or satin.
Many textiles have been in use for millennia, while others use artificial fibers and are recent inventions.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Textile   (507 words)

 Twill in DW.RTF
This example is for 2/2 twill in both layers of the double weave, with the dark warp threads 1357 in the top layer and the light threads 2468 in the bottom layer.
There are a large number of color and weave twill patterns that can be developed by using a given peg plan (in this example 2/2 twill structure in both layers) by changing only the treadling order.
The peg plan for example twill # 2 is used and the peg plans for shafts 5-8 are separated from the peg plan for shafts 9-12 as a matter of convenience.
www.haven.com /proc/html/Twill_in_DW.html   (690 words)

 Twill Patterned Borders - End Finishes Project
Decorative 'twill' patterned borders have been produced in a variety of ways, and here our goal will be to sort them out.
On this saddlebag face with "twill" patterning in a reciprocal brocade, the tiny red ground wefts are only visible if you probe with a needle.
Unlike the closure strip on the first bag, this "twill" motif is woven with no ground weft, and thus is a complementary-weft weave.
www.marlamallett.com /ef-twill.htm   (744 words)

 Search Results for twill - Encyclopædia Britannica
In regular twill the diagonal line is repeated regularly, usually running upward from left to right at...
The simplest twill is that created by the weft crossing over two warp yarns, then under one, the sequence being repeated in each succeeding shot...
(from Latin serica, “silk”;), fabric much-used for military uniforms, made in an even-sided twill weave and usually clear-finished—that is, the fibre ends on the surface of the cloth are sheared or...
www.britannica.com /search?query=twill&submit=Find&source=MWTAB   (322 words)

 gmane.comp.python.announce   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
twill is a simple Web scripting language built on top of Python and John J. Lee's 'mechanize'.
It's designed for automated testing of Web sites, but it should prove useful for anybody who needs to interact with Web sites (especially those using logins and cookies) on the command line or via a script.
A twill script looks like this: # go to the /.
comments.gmane.org /gmane.comp.python.announce/5544   (148 words)

 twill: a simple scripting language for Web browsing   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The latest release of twill is twill 0.8.3, released February 8th, 2006; it is available for download at http://darcs.idyll.org/~t/projects/twill-0.8.3.tar.gz.
The main author of twill is C. Titus Brown, titus@caltech.edu.
pyparsing and mechanize are both included with twill, but are under their own licenses.
www.idyll.org /~t/www-tools/twill   (445 words)

 Diary for titus
twill is a simple reimplementation of PBP, based on various Python hackage.
The result is twill (yes, another random name).
So twill is basically a package that offers a thin wrapper around mechanize in the form of a Python library, along with some simple tools to help with program execution (autoquoting in interactive sessions and scripts both).
www.advogato.org /person/titus/diary.html?start=78   (3267 words)

 Bills Khakis: Shorts: Cotton Twill Shorts
Our highly constructed, American made, 100% combed cotton twill weighs a stout 8.5 ounces per square yard, providing cast iron durability and versatility year round.
It retains a clean sharp crease for days when professionally laundered, or machine-washes to a casual look.
All our 100% cotton twills arrive professionally pre-washed to stabilize sizing and will wear like your old favorites from the first time you put them on.
www.billskhakis.com /shop/shorts_twill.html   (68 words)

 Stamping on Twill Tape - Rubber Art Stamping
Twill Tape is the newest rage with scrappers and stampers.
If the twill tape moves when you stamp on it, temporarily hold it down with adhesive on a plain piece of paper.
You can even dye twill tape by placing a small amount of dye ink (from a re-inker) into a small bowl of water (about ¼ cup) and let the twill tape soak for about 2 minutes.
www.bellaonline.com /articles/art34594.asp   (293 words)

 Roguesportswear - Tackle Twill options...
Shown at the left is a paisley twill design with embroidered edges, done on a custom design basis.
Block Tackle Twill is available in a wide variety of colors and comes in one or two color combinations.
Tackle Twill Numbers are shown in all the sizes available and also show which sizes comes in two colors.
www.roguesportswear.com /tackle_twill.htm   (126 words)

 Fabric by the Yard – Denim Fabric and Twill Fabric -Solid Colors
Right-hand twill (RHT) is known for its rugged durability.
As with most denims, they have a twill (diagonal) weave that cannot be “squared” up in the traditional manner used for cottons.
These denims and twills are suitable for lightweight skirts, slacks, uniform pants and shirts, blouses, shirts, dresses and other apparel.
www.inweave.com /denim_twill_solids.htm   (1046 words)

 TwillWeave.html   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
twill direction defined as left or right hand or variation
Medium weight fabrics that are opaque with spun yarns and lightly brushed surface: challis (may also be plain weave), Viyella TM is a tradenamed challis featuring wool/cotton blend
Medium-to-heavy weight fabrics that are opaque with spun yarns, unbalanced: jean, drill, covert, chino, gabardine, calvary twill
courses.che.umn.edu /00dha2213-1f/texana2213/twill.html   (164 words)

 Colourings of regular twill plaited mats and baskets...
The patterns, on the contrary, are produced by the use in both weaving directions of groups of n strands whereby one strand is coloured and the other n-1 strands maintain their natural colour.
To finish the top of the back side the weaver changed the twill from 3/3 to 2/2 and produced a part with the pattern [2/2: 001110, 000111] (see Figure 10).
The twill is 2/2, and the periods are not equal; they are 5 and 6, respectively.
www.mi.sanu.ac.yu /vismath/gerdbook/gerdmexmoz   (813 words)

 Twill Cloak - MWArt.com
Twill Cloak features a double layer of cotton twill that keeps in the heat while letting out the body's moisture.
The Twill Cloak, full-length cloak, is a full half circle and comes with a brass cloak pin.
The Twill Cloak is available in various colors: Reversible from Black, Hunter Green, Burgundy, Navy (shown), and Purple.
www.mwart.com /product.asp?pid=1573&cat=139&subcat=Y&AFID=20705&PRDID=1573   (154 words)

 Shot Shell Twill Pants -- Orvis
The best value we offer in a twill, these pants are made of a gutsy 8.6-oz.
In the 1800s, twill pants—with their doubled over-under weave of sturdy American cotton yarns and their comfortable fit—were the choice of outdoorsmen.
In the 1950s, twills became known as chinos and grew popular for casual wear, though they were often less substantial than their robust predecessor.
www.orvis.com /store/product_choice.asp?pf_id=71hg   (130 words)

 Project: Twill Weave
This Twill Weave Project Notebook is a document that you can only obtain over the Internet.
The drawback to this ``view" of the book is that the graphics aren't as clear, and you can't count on the formatting if you want to print out a copy for your notebook.
Click here if you want to download your own copy of the Twill Weave Project Notebook to your computer and use a word processing program to view (or print) the files.
www.haven.com /proc/html/project__twill_weave.html   (223 words)

 Twill Gamp
Note that the balancing threads 1, 2 are used because this twill is at the selvage edge, and adding 1, 2 will avoid having to use a floating selvage.
The warp begins with a thread on an odd shaft (1) and ends with a thread on an even shaft (2).
For example, for the straight twill, the width of the block is approximately 2 ¼”.
www.weavespindye.org /html/rfts_twill_gamp.html   (289 words)

 Twill Thrills
From rugs to fine fabrics, from 4 to 40 ends per inch, twill does it all.
   Your challenge, if you choose to accept it, twill be to create something using a twill weave.
Thy twill SHALL be done by June 7, 2006.
home.att.net /~jerryjd/wwg/twill_thrills.htm   (111 words)

One of the basic cloth structures, characterized by a diagonal line on the face of the fabric.
Denim, gabardine, serge, and some flannels and tweeds are examples of twill fabrics.
Helicon Publishing is a division of Research Machines plc.
www.tiscali.co.uk /reference/encyclopaedia/hutchinson/m0040019.html   (96 words)

 Scrapbooking Twill Layout Ideas
Twill is a hot trend this year and it's not hard to understand why.
Jennifer used printed twill -- the twill was originally oatmeal colored but she inked it with a pink stamp pad to make it match her layout.
I love the way Brooke and Shannon stamped words on their twill with letter stamps.
www.scrapvillage.com /Scrapbooking-Twill-Ideas.htm   (203 words)

 Twill Market Basket @ adirondackCraft.com
A great gift idea, the Twill Market Basket is designed for everyday use and can be used as a picnic basket or for shopping.
It measures 9 inches tall, has a base that is 9 inches by 16 inches, and weighs 2 and 1/2 pounds.
It's available as pictured with the pattern in navy, dark green, or brown, or plain (no color) with a light or dark stain.
www.adirondackcraft.com /XPH/tbl102bas/ProductInfo.htm?showLargeImage=1   (146 words)

 Sierra Trading Post: Keyword Search
Durable, heavyweight cotton twill combines with superior Orvis quality to make these comfortable twill pants ideal for adventure travel, hiking or working in your garden.
Tattersall twill shirt from Orvis is a perennial favorite in the traditional woman's wardrobe.
These smart-looking twill pants are made of cotton twill with polyester for a wrinkle-free appearance.
www.sierratradingpost.com /Search/xt_item_lookup.asp?strSearchInput=Twill&itemsearch=yes   (722 words)

 Aprons and Restaurant Aprons
We use a Premium 7.5oz 65/35 poly-cotton twill on this apron.
It is made from a 65/35 poly-cotton twill, with self ties and an adjustable neck.
Made from 7.0oz 65/35 poly-cotton twill with self ties.
www.buyaprons.com   (2321 words)

 twill: an extensible scriptlet language for testing web apps | Lambda the Ultimate
twill: an extensible scriptlet language for testing web apps
The primary use for twill (as with PBP) is to do automated testing of Web applications via a straightforward declarative language.
In addition to basic Web crawling, I wanted to be able to extend the language via Python, and I also wanted to be able to record things with maxq.
lambda-the-ultimate.org /node/view/963   (177 words)

 Tackle Twill
Tackle Twill is designed to give your garment or item a BIG and BOLD athletic look. 
This is the lettering that you see on the shirts of the Professional sports teams.  Tackle Twill can also be used on uniforms and most schools use Tackle Twill on the back of their varsity jackets.
The letters are custom cut in the lettering style of your choice.  Then they are placed on the garment and heat sealed.  The letters are then sewed down using a zig-zag stitch. 
www.arrayof.com /index_TackleTwill.htm   (96 words)

 Twill Fabrics - Twill Fabric Manufacturers, Twill Fabric Factories, Twill Fabric Suppliers, China Twill Fabrics
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hotproducts.alibaba.com /manufacturers-exporters/Twill_Fabric.html   (336 words)

 twill Info Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
To see the collection of prior postings to the list, visit the twill Archives.
Subscribe to twill by filling out the following form.
You will be sent email requesting confirmation, to prevent others from gratuitously subscribing you.
lists.idyll.org /listinfo/twill   (237 words)

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