Patterns And Fabric Research Report

If Someone Says That You Have Enough Fabric Then Stop Talking To Them !!

The history of Indian dying and printing has been carried from the second millennium century in which all practices has done with natural colors taken from the nature.

Dyeing Techniques include madder dye which gives natural dark vibrant red shade which fills richness to the motifs madder comes from herbaceous climbing plant know as chayote.

We all like to wear different styles, fabric, patterns & designs to look beautiful and different. Most of the time climatic condition matters to choose patterns and fabrics. Patterns do rely on the situation or event like if we are at office then we go for light, plain or checkered prints.

If we studying that time we prefer to wear funky and comfortable clothes and do like to experiment with our looks we choose different patterns like argyle, plain, denim, checks and many more. For parties we prefer dark and shiny clothes etc. Sewing can help to explore textile industry from bottom ground to top and some basic fabric and pattern we should be aware of so, we can interestingly choose which one is going to work today. Let's try to see basic patterns and specialty about them. So, we can tell others that this pattern design could look good on you or which are the trending patterns to go for according to climatic or event demand as well.

Some Of Running Patterns Of Season 2019 Are :

  • Cashmere Pattern History - Cashmere is processed with the hair of animal named as Capra Harris which lives on the Tibetan highlands, in the Himalayan regions and basically in Mongolia.

  • Specialty - "Cashmere is eight time warmer then wool of sheep and light weight too".

  • History Of Corduroy - Corduroy is made with two words cord and duroy a coarse woolen cloth made in England in the 18th century.

  • Specialty - Corduroy is the kind of summer fabric which is light weight mostly autumn colors are available in corduroy. This is a type of fall fabric mostly preferred for pants, jackets, hats and shirts also come in corduroy.

  • Jeans - Jeans pants has made with the fabric named denim or dungaree cloth. It was firstly invented by Jacob Davis and Levis Strauss around 1873 and still it is so much preferred in really different context. Jeans has been derived by the name Genoa in Italy.

  • Specialty - Jeans were originally pigmented blue partially as indigo dye was cheap and could available at large amount in America and as the indigo has special quality to hide stain in it that is the reason denim jeans are all time favorable.

  • Flannel - Flannel patterns are been using since 17th century and constantly has replaced older dodge plain such as “cotton” or friezes which used to be local patterns.

  • Specialty - Flannel is brushed fabric which creates additional softness. Brushing is a an automated technique where a fine metal brush keeps on rub the fabric until the fabric raise fine fabric from loose spun yarn to form soft layer on the both side.

  • Fur - In the beginning human started with wearing clothes made up of animal skin and for the first time fur was used 170,000 years ago. If we talk about fur history in fashion then we can say that Luxury furs were used in 11th century in Europe.

  • Specialty - As fur was luxury so, it used to symbolize wealth and social status rather than just a piece of cloth to provide oneself warmth. Royal people at Europe used to wore fur coats, capes and fur accessories made with sabla, mink and chinchilla fur.

  • Jacquard - Jacquard is a type of fabric with raised pattern which is woven on the fabric some of the most common jacquard prints include damasks, floral and geometric etc.

  • Specialty - Jacquard fabric is a type of cloth featuring an intricate pattern woven into the warp on a special mechanical loom, rather than printed on the surface.

  • Lace Trim - Lace trim is a fine cut which is used to decorate ornaments, dresses pattern. Today’s most of the ,lace trim has been made by machines and can be placed on net, tulle or embroidered mesh too.

  • Specialty - Lace can be seen on variety of fabrics with fine line covered. Lace trim looks so adored and can turn any piece of cloth to fine and desired design as it is created by looping, twisting or knotting threads to make patterns.

  • Rib Knit - Knit rib is a type of wool pattern which can be seen in vertical strips of stockinette of reverse or line wise knotted threads to make a fine pattern mostly uses to wear in cold weather for warmness.

  • Specialty - Knit ribs do soft in texture, moist, comfort and knitted dresses do really flexible and fits better at the human curves with extensible amenity.

  • Tulle - Tulle is also known as cane and the name tulle has been derived from the Tulle city France around 1700, honeycomb pattern, hexagonal meshes were started to begin to knit at France.

  • Specialty - Basically tulle uses to give more circumference and volume to dress. Silk tulle are extremely soft and body hugging to touch and one tulle type is there which is stiff and uses to make pancake tutus and bridal dresses too.

  • Argyle - The name argyle has been arrived from Celtic baby name which is combination of (Irish, Scottish and Welsh Gaelic names) believes to have timeless magic feel basically from the Irish land.

  • Specialty - Argyle pattern basically born at the tartan land which is clan campbell of argyll which reflects the continent of crooked mouth tribe of western Scotland pannier and montage and argyle pattern can be seen at the socks of Scottish Highlanders.

  • Liberty - The design liberty has originally arrived from eastern parts introduced with special dyed in delicate pastel tints. These new shaded leaves they called as an ‘Art Color’ which is quite similar with liberty prints across the fabrics dropping the art of ‘nouveau style’ .

  • Specialty - The lightweight fabric with fine delight experience is extremely soft and durable. It is perfect summer partner, liberty style can also be seen on winter wear also.

  • Indian Hatches - Indian hatches pattern is a bricked pattern can be seen on the summery clothes. As India has a rich history of patterns and weaving sari patterns, designs, cotton kurta with prints like paisley, hatches, liberty style, Jaipuri and a lot more.

  • Specialty - Indian hatches is summer friendly pattern printed on sari, kurta some cotton tops. It is one of the most preferable types by Indian women and single motif will be keep on repeating through out the garment.

  • Greek Pattern - Greeky pattern has been taken from the Greek key which is also known as drift. It is made with the linear pattern. In Greek clothes the pattern uses at extinct level that is the reason why the pattern called as an Greek pattern.

  • Specialty - The Greek pattern took its name from the river Meander in ancient Greece Today’s Turkey. The meander was an complicated river path.

Influenced By Nature

If we go back to the history of nature inspiration of dyeing so, we’ll find that in the beginning of 'Mughal Emperor in India'. Babur was the person who took inspiration from nature and planted garden, flowers and these natural fragrances and dyeing were used to decorate the motif on clothes of Jahangir.

Something Which Hearts More To 21st Century Women Is The Fabric Which She Is Not Having At Her Closet.


fiachic, loose yourself to fabricate !!

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