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Traditional cloth weaving in Bendel State.

Traditional cloth weaving in Bendel State.

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Published by Research, Planning and Statistic Division, Bendel Arts Council in Benin City .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Nigeria,
  • Bendel (State)
    • Subjects:
    • Textile industry -- Nigeria -- Bendel (State),
    • Hand weaving -- Nigeria -- Bendel (State)

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      ContributionsBendel Arts Council. Research, Planning, and Statistics Division.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsTS1419.N54 T73 1989
      The Physical Object
      Pagination19 p. :
      Number of Pages19
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1147469M
      LC Control Number94119893

      weaving is the method of textile production in which two yarns are interlaced at their right angles to form the fabric and it can be done in the Machine called 'Loom' The thread coming from horizontal direction is Weft and from vertical direction. Buy Weave - Knit - Wear: Simply Fabulous Clothing and Accessories for Rigid-heddle (and Other) Weavers by Judith Shangold (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders/5(66).

      In it lost Ughelli to the new Rivers state and was renamed Bendel. Edo State was formed on Aug when. Bendel State was split into Edo and Delta States. THE PEOPLE OF EDO STATE. THE PEOPLE OF EDO STATE With Benin City as capital, the population of the entire s. tate is approximately 4million. "Weaving has an incredible history that is tied to everything I make. It is a technology that was created simultaneously across the globe by different peoples and cultures. Cloth is something, probably the only thing, that every human on the planet interacts with every day. It is : Genista Jurgens.

      Weaving is technique of fabric production. It consists of intertwining of two separate yarns or threads at right angles to form a fabric or cloth. Those two threads are called warp and the weft. Fabric is usually woven on a loom which is a device that holds the warp threads in place while weft is woven through them.   [Weaving pattern and sample book Item Preview remove-circle Mounted illustrations are weaving patterns, fabric samples, and handwritten directions Additional patterns and samples in pocket on inside of back cover Notes. No title page found. No copyright page found. No table-of-contents pages :


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The Traditional textile weaving technology among the people of Aku is as old as Aku history. The craft is as old as the land. The traditional knowledge of textile weaving technology in Aku has been a long aged means of the production of a particular local cloth called Ajima.

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Bendel State is one of the 19 states that came into being in during the military regime. The population of three million is distributed among 19 local government areas and three senatorial districts: north, east, and west In the towns and cities there is a great deal of acculturation resulting from education and reliance on Westem-type Cited by: 5.

The status of the region was changed to a state on May 27thand the state was in turn renamed Bendel State on March 17 Bendel State was further divided into Edo and Delta states onAugust 27 with Edo state now habouring most of the Bini.

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Unwoven warp threads Woven cloth Cloth storage beam Warp roller Warp beam File Size: 1MB. Full text of "WEAVING METHODS, PATTERNS AND TRADITIONS OF THE OLDEST ART time we have forgotten our link to the magic and mystery of weaving. The creation of clothing belongs to the material and metaphysical realms and in most traditional cultures is seen as a gift bestowed at the beginning of creation, often as an image of feminine power.

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