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Polyester is best for making umbrella 

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What is meant by (i) weaving, and (ii) knitting?

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Which of the following are usually made by weaving and which by knitting? Fabric for shirt, Vest, Socks, Saree

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Can you perform the process of spinning with your hands from a cotton ball? Explain how?

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Explain an activity to show that fabrics are made of yarns.

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What is meant by (a) fibre (b) yarn, and (c) fabric? What are the processes involved in making fabrics from fibres.

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What are the two types of looms used for weaving?

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Which type of process and device is being shown in the given picture?

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Give one point of difference between weaving and knitting.

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How is knitting done?

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Charkha is used to perform a process. Name the process. Explain the steps involved in the process.

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Name the devices used for making yarn from fibres.

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When a single yarn is pulled out continuously from a torn pair of socks, the fabric gets unraveled. Why?

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Name the process used for making sweaters. Explain the process.

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CBSE - VI - Science - Fibre to Fabric

The material P obtained from an animal's skin is converted into Q by a process R. Q is then made into a sweater by the technique S. What are P, Q, R and S? What type of material is P?

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