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Pockets and Trims
Findings and Trims Finding- all components of a garment except the body fabric. Includes: trim, labels, threads, elastics, underlying fabric, zippers, buttons, other closures, ect. Trim- Subdivision of findings- decorative materials that adorn garments. Including: ribbons, braids, laces, appliqués, flowers, beads, sequins, and other decorative details.
Braids Intertwining a set of yarns according to a definite pattern to form a narrow fabric. Types:Soutache, Middy, Loop, Scrolling, Gimp, Rickrack.
Appliqués Decorative fabric patches applied to the garment. Usually with fusible backed fabric, ironed on and attached with stitches.
Ribbon Narrow woven fabric used as a trim to make ties and bows. Types: Grossgrain, Satin, Velvet, Novelty, Picot edge, Ruching.
Pockets Patch or applied- pieces of fabric attached like a patch, outside of the garment. Casual- used in back jean pocket, front of shirts, ect.
In Seam Pocket In seam- set into a seam of the garment. Usually in the side seam of skirts, pants, dresses.
Slashed Pocket Single Welt-one lip 1/2 inch wide Double Welt- two lips 1/4 inch wide
Flap Flap- have a flap of fabric above the pocket. The flap extends down over the pocket opening. Fake flap pocket- not functional. Upturned flap- Extends up not down is seen in tailored jackets.
Cuffs Cuffs- banded or turned back finishes at the lower edge of a sleeve and pant leg. Open band cuffs:has an opening 1. Barrel or shirt cuff 2. Convertible cuff 3. French cuff Closed band cuffs- unbroken ring of fabric