Who Invented the Weaving Machine?

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It is not clearly stated who invented the weaving machine, but there is evidence of cloth being made in Mesopotamia and in Turkey as far back as 7000 to 8000. Wool was accessible in Egypt, but was considered a fiber of the lower classes, namely, herdsmen and farmers. Cloth made from wool was thought to be basic and irreverent.
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It is hard to put a true date on when the loom or weaving machine was invented. There is evidence of cloth being made in Mesopotamia and in Turkey as far back as 7000 to 8000. Wool
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Joseph-Marie Jacquard is credited with the invention of the loom in 1804. The original loom is based on a punch card system that controls the weaving pattern.
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A weaving machine is known as a loom. The hand loom has been around for centuries. The first looms are thought to have been used to weave sheep's wool in about 5000 BC. John Kay (
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Hair historians, such as Lori L. Tharps and Ayana D. Byrd, state that in 1950, an Ohio housewife and hairdresser named Christina Jenkins invented hair weaves and patented her unique
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A loom is an arrangement of sticks and strings that allows the weaver to raise and lower the lengthwise threads - the warp - in cloth, so a triangular shed is ...
A loom is an arrangement of sticks and strings that allows the weaver to raise and lower the lengthwise threads - the warp - in cloth, so a triangular shed is ...
A loom is an arrangement of sticks and strings that allows the weaver to raise and lower the lengthwise threads - the warp - in cloth, so a triangular shed is ...
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