Its milling properties are good, and the shorter sorts are suitable for woolens.
Both John and Arthur were experienced in the manufacture of woolens.
The woolens ought to be put up if moths had already appeared.
Linen is much cooler than woolens, because it is a better non-conductor and is of more porous weave.
Send us masts for our ships, flax for our linen, hemp for our ropewalks, potash for our woolens.
Woolens, and sometimes worsteds, are next "fulled" or felted by being run round and round in a machine while moistened with soap.
No sooner was breakfast over, than the whole party, well muffled in furs and woolens, floundered forth into the midst of the snow.
Not long ago the British manufacturers delivered another hard blow to the import of cloth and woolens from the West.
Woolens should be squeezed, and not wrung, and the wrinkles straightened out while drying.
You know we weave nothing but woolens; you must go to a worsted mill to see the other kinds of cloth made.