He presented it to Harry Peach, founder of the Dryad Company in Leicester, to be shown at an exhibition at Leicester School of Art in 1925.
even, is simply added to the treadling of the structure.
It is thicker than cotton and linen fiber has variable lengths, most of which are very long.
This contributes to strength, which contributes to longevity. The strength of cotton is achieved through spinning multiple fibers into yarn and weaving the yarn into fabric. Known to be crisper than cotton, linen becomes supple through handling.
The simplest shuttles, known as "stick shuttles", are made from a flat, narrow piece of wood with notches on the ends to hold the weft yarn.
More complicated shuttles incorporate bobbins or pirns.