Joseph Marie Jacquard was a French weaver and merchant. He played an important role in the development of the earliest programmable loom, which in turn played an important role in the development of other programmable machines, such as computers.
Joseph Marie Jacquard French silk-weaver and inventor showing his loom to Lazare Carnot at Lyon . Punched cards on which pattern encoded are at right of loom Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images
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NOTE: Trim is in one continuous piece, I will cut as ordered. Jacquard Ribbon Trim - Named after the man who invented the loom which weaves this trim, Joseph Marie Jacquard, (1732-1854 in France). Jacquard trims nowadays are woven using many different materials including rayon,
Portrait XIXe Joseph Marie Jacquard Lyon Rhône Tissage Tissus Métier à Tisser
In the late 1700's, Joseph Marie Jacquard revolutionized the weaving process with an innovation allowing for wide varieties of patterns to be more easily made. Our damask jacquard style textiles incorporate our original designs woven into the fabric for an artfully sophisticated effect.
We are proud to use the same methods as Joseph Marie Jacquard, who revolutionized the weaving process in the eighteenth century. These damask jacquard style textiles see our original designs woven in a rich linen, for a stunningly sophisticated, versatile effect.
Joseph Marie Jacquard invented a control system to automate tapestry weaving using punch cards way back in the late This innovation was borrowed by Charles Babbage to create the concept of the programmable computer.