Boys Clothing - Longs
The fully developed worm has a total life period of approximately one month. It first learns to eat and begin to seek something on which to spin its cocoon. This worm is then transferred to a wooden frame containing twigs or straws, on which the cocoon is spun. To spin this cocoon the worm spins a net and then forms a shell around his body. The worm swings its head in a figure formation and expels fluid from two sacs in its body. The two strands are excreted from minute openings or spinnerets, close together in the lower jaw.
14.3.1 Fastener types: Some of the types of fastener include press button, hook and eye, button and button hole, zippers, tapes and elastic. 1. Press button: These are used to hold edges that will not have much strain when the garment is worn. They will open out if used on snug fitted parts. These are available on various sizes and weights. They are either black or silver. There are two sections in this a stud and a socket. On the wrong side of the overlap the stud is attached, close to the edge. Take care that the stitches fastening the press button do not show on the right side of the garment.