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Textile Introduction : Production, Contents, Weave-  JenniferHein Textile Introduction : Production, Contents, Weave- JenniferHein Presentation Transcript

  • Textile Introduction to the Fabric Production Industry
  • Woven VS Printed Fabric Ex- Jacquard Loom & Roller Print Yardage
  • Textile Production In History Examples- Back Strap Looms in Peru or Older Jacquard looms in India View slide
  • Natural dyed wool VS Bright Manmade Dyed wools View slide
  • WHAT / Fiber Contents: N. Carolina field of cotton plants , Peruvian sheeps wool on back strap loom cotton , linen, wool (sheep), silk, manufactured yarns
  • Interiors Professional Practice requires Selecting Textiles for Aesthetics/ color, Design, pattern & Use Life / durability & compatibility for end user
  • Residential Project Display includes the Process: Color areas, Visual Layout, Furniture type choices
  • Compare Natural VS Manmade Fibers, EX- slacks with permanent press finish or without Cellulose or Protein / Cotton or Wool Finishes
  • Compare How Fabric is constructed Ply Yarns, Fabric Construction, Fabric density/ E.P.I.
  • E.P.I. means Ends Per Inch or yarn count
  • Dyes, Wovens, Prints & Fabric Finish can be noticed on fabric rolls from Baranzelli’s in NYC
  • Fabric Prints can be Silkscreen printed EX- Scalamandre Fabric & wallcover
  • Examine Interior Textile Products: Upholstery & Drapery Ex- Damask Couch & Tufted chair, Asymmetric Drapery
  • Examine Interior Textile Products: Bed Drapery Readymades: Current VS Historic Bed Linens
  • PRODUCTS: Rugs, carpet, Leather
  • Fabric specifications are noted by ACT Codes or Cleaning symbols on Natural, Manufactured, and Manmade Fiber samples
  • Pattern Repeats are used in prints and wovens EX- Historic Quilted Matelasse, Striped Paisley Print
  • Future Textiles & Green Textiles Today • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • GREEN TEXTILEShttp://www.greenhomeguide.com/index.php/main/product_detail/335/C124 sample: UPHOLSTERY CONSTRUCTION twine, webbing & burlap: natural jute foam: natural latex, no polyurethane or brominated flame retardants feather ticking: natural cotton muslin: organic cotton flannel batting: organic cotton TEXTILES all natural fibers: wool, viscose (wood pulp), hemp, abaca (banana plant fiber), cotton dyes: vegetable or low impact, no carcinogenic materials, reproductive or developmental toxins, mutagens and endocrine distrupters excess materials: goal of recapturing all excess runoff - extra material is used either for accessories or as groundcover by farmers local to the mill leather is vegetable tanned, no use of heavy metals A link from this page takes you to a supplier I’m familiar with: InterfaceFLOR carpet tiles www.interfaceflor.com, a sample:
  • IDENTIFICATION of fabric types IDENTIFICATION of fabric types
  • To be a good Interior designer you need to understand how to identify durability from this display