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Lecture 11 Design Elements
Design elements Material (Fibers) Spinning Weaving Textile Processing Silhouette Length of garment Design lines Darts and Pleats Seams and stitches Collars and pockets Colors
Material (Fibers) Natural Materials Less Lusture Less strength More comfortable Poor drapability Synthetic materials More Lusture More strength Less comfortable Good drapability
Spinning Simple yarn Pure Cotton P/C Core spun yarns Filament yarns Slub yarn Spandex Less or more T.P.I
Weaving Different Weave designs Plain Twill Diamond Seer Sucker Satin / Sateen Cover factor Checks or stripes Twist direction
Textile Processing Finishing –Textured finishes Calendaring Napping –Performance Finishes Wrinkle resistant Dyeing Stock dyeing Yarn dyeing Fabric dyeing Garment Dyeing
Textile Processing Printing Transfer Printing Roller Printing Screen Printing Others Tie Dyeing BATIK Embroidery
Silhouette Trousers Straight Flared Bell Bottom Tapered Boot-Cut Skirts Straight A-Line Asymmetric Tapered Circular
Length of garment Trousers Floor Length / Classic Length Cropped Pants Pedal Pushers Bermuda Shorts Shorts Bikini Tops Waist length Hip length
Length of garment Skirts Floor Ankle Maxi Tea Length Calf Length Knee Length Short Skirt Mini Skirt Micro mini Skirt
Design lines Different type of design lines are used. –Princess dress
Darts and Pleats Darts Straight Convex Concave Pleats Knife pleat Box pleat Inverted pleat Accordion pleat
Seams and Stitches Seams Lapped Seam Bound Seam Flat seam Super-imposed Seam Edge finishing Ornamental stitches Stitches Lock stitch Chain stitch Over lock
Collars and pockets Collars –Flat Collars –Rolled Collars –Standing Collars Pockets –Patch pockets –Welt / Bone pockets
Colors Cool Color –Blue –Green Hot colors –Red –Orange
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