Fashion Textile July 22, 2018 – Posted in: Order Custom Essay Paper

Fashion Textile

Term Project

Product Selection Overview – must include all of the following classifications:

10 garments or products: 10 points each

For Each Textile Product, research one fact about the textile trends with citation. Choose your fabrics to complement the textile trend.

Use WGSN as your forecasting tool.

  1. Men’s overcoat
  2. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  3. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.

Co-ordinated blouse and skirt from two different fabrics

  1. Blouse
  2. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  3. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content 100% polyester

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.

8 Create a care label for each fabric.

  1. Skirt
  2. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  3. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.
  3. Knit Dress
  4. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  5. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.

 Two suits (men/women) using yarn dyed and or solid fabrics. Each suit is different fabrics

  1. Men’s suit
  2. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  3. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.
  3. Women’s suit
  4. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  5. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.

Lingerie ensemble 2 pieces from different fabrics

7.Top of lingerie

  1. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  2. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.
  3. Bottom of lingerie
  4. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  5. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.

 Home Furnishings: Curtains and Bed Top (shams, quilted comforter, and bed linens)

  1. Curtains
  2. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  3. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2”face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.
  3. Bed tops ex. Bedspread; comforter; quilt
  4. One fact about the textile trends with citation:
  5. Sketch or picture from the internet of the garment

3 Swatch (approximately 2” x2” face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Fabric manufacturing process
    Example woven or knitted
  2. Yarn type

Example: staple or filament

  1. Weave/Knit type

Example: Twill weave or jersey knit

  1. Fiber content

Based on a technical point of view, state your reason for the fabric selection. Color is not to be included as a consideration.  Use Properties of Fibers in your notes.

  1. Create a fabric identification label
  2. Create a care label for each fabric.
  1. Men’s overcoat
  2. Name of garment
  3. One fact about the textile from WGSN with citation.

“Sturdy twills and gaberdines, fine needlecords and lightly milled flannels and meltons are enriched with autumnal hues.” https://www-wgsn-com.ezproxy.library.berkeley.org/content/board_viewer/#/76831/page/6

  1. Sketch or picture
  2. Real fabric swatch mounted in Warp direction/face side up

Swatch (approximately 2” by 2” face up with the warp, or in case of knits with the wale, running vertically.)

  1. Woven
  2. Spun yarn

6 Weave type Twill

  1. 7. Fiber content 100% wool

Warmth; wrinkle resistant

  1. Fabric ID. Label

Fiber 100% wool

Made in U. S. A.

RN # 12345

9   Create a care label for each fabric.

Dry Clean ONLY

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