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KSU - FDM 10033 - Class Notes - Week 13

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KSU - FDM 10033 - Class Notes - Week 13

School: Kent State University
Department: Fashion
Course: Fashion Fabrics
Professor: Harriet McLeod
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: sustainability, Fashion, and fabric
Name: Other Fabrications Week 13
Description: This is for fashion fabrics class
Uploaded: 11/20/2018
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background image Other Fabrications Week 13 Fabric Without Yarns They are not woven or knit No yarns, no warp or weft o Direst from fiber
o Direct from solution
o Skin from animal
True Felt Historic & Cultural Examples Barkcloth (or Tapa) Fiberwebs Made directly from fibers Made by entangling or bonding fibers together into a sheet Commonly called ‘nonwovens’ Mass of fibers Fibers are minimally oriented Properties Stiff – little drape Fast to produce and very low cost o Why? Can require special care Other properties depend on its fiber content) cellulose, protein, 
synthetic)
Entanglement Tangles the fibers together into a sheet Uses manufactured or natural fibers Mechanical methods: o Needle punch
o Water jet
Bonding Bonds the fibers together into a sheet Typically uses synthetic fibers Bonded with adhesive or thermal methods Think of reusable shopping bags Common Fiberwebs (Nonwovens) Felt Batting or Fiberfill o Inside jackets, snowsuits, quilted robes, quilts Interfacing o Adds structure in areas like waistbands, collars, and cuffs Linings, shoe liners, shoulder pads Also common in Interiors, Medical, and Industrial applications

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School: Kent State University
Department: Fashion
Course: Fashion Fabrics
Professor: Harriet McLeod
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: sustainability, Fashion, and fabric
Name: Other Fabrications Week 13
Description: This is for fashion fabrics class
Uploaded: 11/20/2018
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