Match the terms given in column I with the statements given in column II.

Column IColumn II
(a)Weaving(i)A single yarn used to make a fabric
(b)Knitting(ii)Combing of cotton fibres to remove seeds
(c)Spinning(iii)Yarns are made from these thin strands
(d)Ginning(iv)These are spun from fibres and then used to make fabrics.
(e)Fibre(v)Process of arranging two sets of yarns together to make a fabric.
(f)Yarn(vi)Process of making yarn from fibres.
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AcademicChemistryNCERTClass 6

Column I
Column II
(a) Weaving
(v) Process of arranging two sets of yarns together to make a fabric.
(b) Knitting
(i) A single yarn used to make a fabric
(c) Spinning
(vi) Process of making yarn from fibres.
(d) Ginning
(ii) Combing of cotton fibres to remove seeds
(e) Fibre
(iii) Yarns are made from these thin strands
(f) Yarn
(iv) These are spun from fibres and then used to make fabrics.
[Extra information:

Weaving is the process of taking threads and making them into cloth. This process involves arranging two sets of yarns together to make a fabric. It is most often done on looms. The looms are either operated by hand (manually) or by power (machine operated).

Knitting is another way of making fabric from yarn.  The process by which a single yarn is used to make a piece of fabric is called knitting. It is done by the use of special needles known as knitting needles.

Spinning: It is a process of making yarn from fibres called spinning. It includes the process of making thread out of raw fiber (cotton, wool, flax, silk). The process uses fibres from a mass of cotton wool which are drawn out and twisted.

Ginning is a process of removing seeds and debris from the cotton gin. In ginning, the cotton is dried initially to remove moisture and then cleaned to remove leaves, stems, etc.]

raja
Updated on 10-Oct-2022 13:19:54

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