Sunday, February 16, 2020

Linen count, lea count an indirect yarn count system


Linen count (lea) an indirect yarn count system:  


The number of hanks of 300 yards in a pound is called linen count (lea). It is specially used to express the fineness of flax (linen) yarn. Yarn becomes finer when the count increases in this system.

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