Spin Finish in Textile – Textile Learner

Spin Finish in Textile:In the field of textiles, the specialist term “spin finish” has a wide range of meanings today. Actually, a spin finish is a liquid or solid composition that is applied to the surfaces of man made fibers in order to improve the processing of such fibers in short staple or long-staple spinning. The following terms are all […]

Can We Apply Hospice Ethics to How We Care for the Planet?

In 2016 and 2018, conservationist William deBuys joined Roshi Joan Halifax and a team of medical clinicians as they trekked through the Himalayas providing basic medical support to the residents of the region. A lifelong environmental activist, deBuys set out on the expedition with an unusual question: How can we apply the ethics of hospice to the environmental movement? Over […]

How to Control Thermomigration in Textiles

How to Control Thermomigration in Textiles Dr. N.N. MahapatraCText FTI (Manchester)Business Head (Dyes)Shree Pushkar Chemicals & Fertilisers Ltd,301/302, 3rd Floor, Atlanta Center, Sonawala Road,Goregaon (East) Mumbai MH 400063   What is Thermomigration?Heat movement of disperse dyes out of synthetic fibers during surface. In other words it is the movement of dye during post–heat treatment of a polyester substrate, resulting in […]

Living Fully Is to See Each Moment as Brand New

As our world consistently changes, Rebecca Li explains how we can feel true freedom when we learn to live every moment as a new experience. Photo by Abhishek Koli. In Pema Chödrön’s book, When Things Fall Apart, she writes: “To be fully alive, fully human, and completely awake is to be continually thrown out of the nest. To live fully […]

Everything You May Have Missed This Week at Tricycle and Beyond

Nothing is permanent, everything is precious. Here’s a selection of some happenings—fleeting or otherwise—at Tricycle and in the Buddhist world this week Our New Magazine Issue Is Up Online Tricycle’s Fall 2022 issue looks at D.T. Suzuki’s early days in America and examines some misconceptions about the Buddha. It also examines the role of artists in a time of crisis.In […]

Operations Management in Fashion Industry

Operations Management in Fashion Industry Manisha BeniwalDepartment of Textiles (Fashion Technology)DKTE’S Textile & Engineering Institute, Ichalkaranji, IndiaIntern at Textile LearnerEmail: [email protected]   Operations Management in Fashion Industry: A crucial part of any force chain is the operations management (OM) is the exertion of managing coffers that are devoted to the product and delivery of products and services. It embodies the […]

Want to Change Someone Else’s Mind? Try This Instead.

I’ve spent a lot of time trying to change other people’s minds—getting my father to agree that handgun ownership is unsafe, persuading an old friend that my denim maxi dress looks great, and, most recently, offering facts and explanations to a neighbor who I think should appreciate our local Open Street initiative and stop protesting it. Sometimes, the person I’m […]

Pineapple Chia with Cottage Cheese

This post may contain affiliate links. Read my disclosure policy. Pineapple Chia with Cottage Cheese, made with four ingredients, is an easy high-protein vegetarian breakfast or snack idea. Pineapple Chia with Cottage Cheese I usually make chia seed pudding with some type of milk, but one day, I decided to see how the seeds would taste soaked overnight in pineapple […]

Recreating with thread: The wonder of found objects in textile art – TextileArtist.org

Artists are known for their observation skills. Indeed, capturing a magnificent sunset or the smiling wrinkles on a grandmother’s face requires close examination and study. But some very special artists use their observation skills in a different way. They look for the quiet beauty of everyday objects that are often overlooked: a worn coin lying on the pavement, an intricate […]

Minimally-processed foods vs. highly-processed foods: What to know – Precision Nutrition

“Eat fewer processed foods.” Nearly every health expert says it. (Sometimes so often that you’ve maybe tuned it out. Kind of like when they say, “Eat your greens.” Whatever, Mom.) But have you ever wondered why? Plus, what even counts as a processed food anyway? In the following infographic, we cover everything you need to know about processed foods. You’ll […]