SURFACE DESIGN FOR FABRIC
- JAN 15, 2015
|Hardback + Studio||9781501395277|
|eBook + Studio||9781501395901|
|Companion Study Tools||ISBN|
Please note that exam/inspection copies and instructor resources are only available to instructors and faculty staff at recognized institutions.
What's in the book
1. Beading (backstitch, couching, running stitch, satin stitch and sequins) 3:00--A quick overview of each beading technique
2. Embroidery (Blanket, chain, couching, cross stitch, french knot and satin) 3:00
3. Smocking (english and direct) 3:00 This can be a very tricky technique to explain and would benefit greatly from a video.
4. Felting (hand, wet, with fabric, felted balls) 5:00 This will require a lot of elapsed time which is why a video could be helpful.
5. Screen Printing 8:00
- Screen Construction 3:00
- Various fabrics demonstrated using various chemicals 5:00 (leather, fiber etch, discharge, dye)
Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Dyeing, Staining and Removing Color
Acid dye- Protein fibers and nylon
Disperse dye- Polyester, acetate and nylon
Leather glaze removal
Chapter 2: Transfer and Printing
Chapter 3: Fiber Manipulation
Fiber removal using Fiber Etch
Cut work using Fiber Etch
Natural, synthetic and blended fabrics.
Large piece felting
Felting with natural fabrics
Chapter 4: Fabric Manipulation
Passementerie: Applying narrow trim
Patchwork: Applying shapes
Cross stitched/tacked tucks
Chapter 5: Embroidery
Metal thread embroidery
Stumpwork: Three-dimensional embroidery
Drawn Work: The art of manipulating a fabric's weave
Chapter 6: Embellishment
Chapter 7: Combining Techniques
About The Authors
Kimberly A. Irwin graduated from Syracuse University and later attended Savannah College of Art and Design and received a MFA in Fashion Design. Soon after graduation she began teaching fashion construction and experimental design techniques at Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). She is currently pursuing her passion of leather working and creating leather handbags.
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