The lace manufacturers of Europe experienced a serious set-back in 1818 when bobbinet was first made in France.
bobbinet lace is better than the common netting for all of these purposes.
The eggs were slightly adhesive, clinging to the hand and to the bobbinet seine.
Some dealers recommend that customers going into a fly or mosquito country have the tent door fitted with bobbinet.
It is also good (much diluted) for thin white muslin and bobbinet.
As bobbinet shrinks much in washing, every thing made of it should be allowed full large.
The idea is good, but cheese cloth is much cheaper and incomparably better than bobbinet.
In 1809 bobbin net was invented, and in 1837 the Jacquard system was applied to the bobbinet machine.
bobbinet laces, if ironed at all, should be ironed diagonally, as in this way only can the mesh retain its shape.