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Fabric for Fashion: The Swatch Book Revised Second Edition

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Now, if you’re looking for a text that demonstrates various weights of suit weight wools, you’ll be disappointed. I like how there are some cottons that I have never seen before, such as cotton moleskin and cotton organdie. Or that the tibetan antilope produces such a fine wool that it was hunted nearly to extinction to produce luxury shatoosh shawls and that nowadays, to protect this endangered species, it is illegal even to own a shatoosh shawl?

Here are the 10 most amazing and wonderful fabric swatch books that are must-have but are also affordable. Most pages seem to consist of a dense wall of text with black and white grainy photos taken in the 1970’s. I do have to admit that I love that the authors and/or publisher chose to use pinked edges on the fabric samples, which ensured that the fabric wouldn’t fray at the edges. I’m not sure I could’ve named 25 different types of fabric, let alone 125, before picking up this book! Swatch Reference Guide for Fashion Fabrics gives fabric samples with all relevant information regarding fabric identification on the same page, which has the fabric name, fiber content, count, and characteristics, as well as the similarities and differences between fabrics.As someone self-taught in sewing, being able to really understand how fabric acts and reacts is critical to making good clothing. The chapters in Fibres-sections go through a short history of the fibres, the properties and production. Clive Hallet is a freelance design consultant and a senior lecturer on a post-graduate course in Fashion Management at Northmubria University.

Gail Baugh’s fabric swatch book is highly visual and packed with detailed information and will help you to learn the ways to use your fabrics. In this fabric swatch, the author has provided over 48 color blank boxes per page for you to swatch out your markers, colored pencils, and pens to match the art sets. You don't have to have an interest in the names of fabrics or the processes that created them to appreciate this book, and the wealth of tactile experiences it can render to any curious soul. However, I wish that the authors would have included a special section on the cotton/poly blends (e. The spiral-bound pages within the cover are anchored thereto with only a piece of paper and it won't be long before that tears and comes apart, too.Amanda also teaches at London College of Fashion, and presents at institutions including Central Saint Martins, the Royal College of Art and the Council of Fashion Designers of America. It is exhaustive and presents the most eye-catching pieces from the list of the world’s fashion designers. All in all I recommend this set, Fabrics for Fashion: The Complete Guide and Fabrics for Fashion: The Swatch Book, if you're looking for a fabric guide this set would more than do the job, but if I had to pick one or the other my favorite would be The Swatch Book.

A bestseller for over 10 years, Fabric for Fashion: The Swatchbook is a unique resource with 125 swatches of the most recognized and widely used varieties of fabric to encourage consideration of not just their aesthetic appeal but also their structure, feel and weight. This fabric swatch book helps you to be organized as you can mention each theme created with its page number and table content, and it becomes easy to find when you need it. One thing though – it looks like the acetate satin swatch is mounted sideways in this copy of the book? It also has been tested, and there is a pdf that provides reference fabric sample pages with different color images that makes it easier to check.Ooh thanks for the heads up, I’ve been eying this book up for a while, how great that they’ve decided to make a second edition and just in time for Christmas! Did you know that 100 million households around the world are currently involved in cotton production? They are Fabric for Fashion – The Complete Guide and Fabric for Fashion – The Swatch Bookby Clive Hallet and Amanda Johnston (Laurence King publishing, 2014). Better put it in your letter to Santa and cross your fingers that you’re on the nice list, not the naughty one! The wonderful fabric swatch book by Lila Lilyat is the most essential for all the people working in the fashion industry.

There are 100 swatches in the book and with exception of a few they are in their natural, undyed state. Tenia miedo de comprarlo pues habia algunas malas reseñas, pero es perfecto, además de la calidad del libro, las muestras de las telas sin hermosas, vale oro, si te gustan las telas o estas en proceso de aprendizaje en el mundo de la moda, corte y confeccion, este libro es imprescindible! Since 2010 Amanda has acted as consultant and curator to The Sustainable Angle, a sustainable textile sourcing organization. With information on fibres, basic construction of fabrics, weights, construction, and weave comparison, the book will help student fashion designers to make informed textile choices based upon an understanding of raw materials together with the processes that make up a fabric. The authors had only the top of the samples attached, enabling readers to lift the fabric to see and feel underneath it.FAYE FRASER NORTHAMPTON COLLEGE Great introductory coverage of natural and synthetic fibres and manufacturing processes within industry.

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