Textile Weaving and Design by W.S.Murphy (H.B)0 out of 5(0)
ISBN: 9788182471664In this handy volume the author has contingently arranged the various branches of weaving and designing industry, and trusts that it will be found to meet the want which undoubtley exists for such a book.Each section of the book focuses on a basic aspect of weaving and designing or on general issue related to this subject. All the nine chapters follow the normal sequence used in weaving and designing. If chapter one gives introduction and general information chapter two tells how to design plain cloth, chapter 3 is devoted to twilling and four rearranges twills and checks, chapter five is on drafting and six gives information on figure weaving, chapter seven is on gauze pattern, chapter eight tells us about plush and valvet and last chapter nine has a detailed information on double clothes.Over all this comprehensive source book offers students a wealth of text as well visual information about weaving and designing.
An Insight into Fashion Industry :James Ezkiel0 out of 5(0)
This book includes :
2.fashion and romantic era
3.fashion and victorian era
4.la belle e`poque 1895-1914
5.fashion from 1914 to 1955
6.the era from 1960 to 1980
7.fashion after 1980
11.fashion in indiaSKU: n/a
Wool Knitting and Crochet by Wilson (H.B)0 out of 5(0)
ISBN : 978-81-8247-214-3
This handy book is eqally appreciated by beginners or expert,valuable information and instructions for everyone who wishes to learn to do this beautiful work , it embodies selection of designs ;and , from the simplest to difficult step is explained and illustrated .it describe the making of the newest designs of crochet and wool knitting particularly and gives instructions and patterns of many a daily used items.SKU: n/a
A Compendium of Textiles by W. H. Dooley (H.B)0 out of 5(0)
ISBN: 9788182473812There are plenty of books written on textiles for technical school students and advanced workers. But one fails to find a book explaining the manufacture and testing of textiles for commercial, industrial, domestic arts, and continuation schools, and for those who have just entered the textile or allied trades. This book is written to meet this educational need. Others may find the book of interest, particularly the chapters describing cotton, woolen, worsted, and silk fabrics.WILLIAM H. DOOLEY was the, Principal Lowell Industrial School Lowell, Mass. He is a prominent name in the field of research and study of textile technology. With a great aptitude in his field he intended to create a product that could help the students and perspective traders in the field. He worked as a senior researcher for various industry and education sector related grants and projects. He has worked as visiting and guest faculty for various textile technology institutions.