Fabric is the basic carrier for fashion designers to interpret popular themes and embody the style of clothing. It carries the designer's ideas and ideas. The fabric design is to design the fabric structure by selecting appropriate fiber materials, and combined with color matching to show the designer's design ideas.
Commonly used clothing fabric design methods Commonly used clothing fabric design methods
Commonly used clothing fabric design methods:
Connection: A common redesign method for fabrics as a face material, which can be divided into stitching and pasting.
Scrapbooking: It is a method of directly cutting out the required parts on the fabric with scissors, or cutting and then making the shape by sewing and patching.
Coupling: It is formed by two handcuffs, and sometimes a tool such as a spindle is used to form or braid a thicker wire.
Hollowing: including silk flowers, boring, hollowing out, and grid.
Embellished: It is a design that adds some shapes to the clothing.
Pleated: The pleated craftsmanship includes wrinkles, pleating, pinching, twisting, wavy lace, stacking, stacking, etc., by subtle dynamics and three-dimensional effects on the twists and turns of the fabric.
Drawn yarn: refers to the warp or weft yarn of the fabric. The fabric after the drawing will have the feeling of real and phase or color, which enhances the layering of the garment.
Embossing: refers to the pattern and pattern required to be extruded on the fabric by a special process. Usually, the pressed part is concave, and the unembossed part is convex, forming a good texture effect on the fabric. .
Twisting: refers to the method of using the softness of the soft fabric to stretch and reverse the fabric using smashing, rubbing, twisting, etc., so as to form a certain texture effect on the surface of the fabric.
Inkjet: A method of spraying a well-adjusted pigment onto the surface of a fabric using a tool such as a spray pen or a spray gun.
Zhajie: Put the fillers such as beads, buttons, cotton balls or acrylic cotton under the softer fabric, and then tie them on the front of the fabric, or directly tie the fabric on the surface of the fabric.
Distress: It uses water washing, sand washing, rinsing, dyeing, tearing and other means to treat the fabric, so that the fabric presents an old feeling.
Stacking: stacking garment fabrics or other materials in layers as designed.
Embroidery: It is the most traditional clothing fabric decoration technique. The needle thread and the raised pattern of the embroidery thread make the pattern have the unique beauty of embossing.
Knot: Mainly refers to winding a linear material by hand or knitting a yarn or a thread or a yarn with a needle or a hook.
Knotted embroidery: It is a three-dimensional structure and a unique joint structure.