spinnery

spinnery

(ˈspɪnərɪ)
n, pl -ries
(Textiles) a spinning mill

spin•ner•y

(ˈspɪn ə ri)

n., pl. -ner•ies.
a spinning mill.
[1830–40]
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The first female workers' unions started to appear in the late 1930s and in 1938 female workers at a spinnery went on strike demanding eight-hour working days instead of 10-or-12-hour shifts, pay raises, and respect from their supervisors.
Spinnery and Millward (2010) illustrate the "multidimensional nature of poverty" from a "public health and social policy perspective.
Chinese workers making shirts at a spinnery in Nantong, east China's Jiangsu province.
Yarn used: Sock Art-Meadow by Green Mountain Spinnery
Even though Sandy spins for pleasure, most of her fiber is sent to a custom spinnery and spun to her specifications.
The are available by calling Charlotte Spinnery at (508) 366-2819; or, they can be purchased at the door.
Spinnery Cottage Apartments is a development of four flats created from a 200-year-old Lakeland stone and slate period house, formerly a working spinnery, in Bowness on Windermere.
Its fuzzy centre leaves the party uncertain and the electorate suspecting hollowness and spinnery.
This past May, we had them sheared, cleaned the wool and mailed it off to a spinnery in Maine.
Materials Yarn weight: [2] Yarn used: Sock Art-Meadow by Green Mountain Spinnery * 3 skeins Sock Art-Meadow by Green Mountain Spinnery, 50% superfine kid mohair, 50% fine wool (400 yds/100g) in color Deep Sea Tools: * U.S.
Yam used: Spinnery Sock Art Forest by Green Mountain Spinnery