A non-woven fabric is made by using heat and resin on short fibres, thereby creating a structure for the short fibres. They are materials that do not have a fibre network by randomly laid technique. One cannot see the warp and weft threads laced or looped like a weaving or knitting. In order to check if the sample is a non-woven material, the sample can be given pressure and it can be observed that it can tear like a paper. For example, we can think of the tissue paper given in hotel or the sanitary napkins centre part. On scratching the surface of the fabric, the short fibres, will tend to come away with the fingers. This behavior can be observed on a felted craft paper and bindi that is kept by women. By conducting such small tests, we can identify the non-woven fabric.
Rhythm is a very important art principle. According to Beitler and Lockhart,’a sense of order, a quality of gracefulness, a feeling of easy movement’ – all lead to a principle of design; which is called as “rhythm”. Rhythm is related movement or the sense of leading the eye from one part of a design to […]
Introduction A design is called as the blue print or model or plan of the final end product. It is also a representation of the final object. Designing is a creative process which combines the physical qualities of a product with aesthetic considerations. Design output varies according to the designer, stylist and artist. Designers work […]
ClothingBudget A budget is a detailed plan of operations for some specific future period. Clothing budget helps to plan and control the income and expenditure. There is a close relationship between the family income and the expenditure on clothing. Budgeting helps a household to spend money carefully. It is an intelligent guide to spending. It […]