Synopses & Reviews
This textbook is aimed at students of textile and clothing technology, textile and fashion design, and professionals in industry. It covers the specific techniques used to convert weft knitted fabric into garments. The book examines the particular techniques of shaping and construction, and the specialist assembly machinery which is characteristic of knitted fabric handling and distinguishes it from the handling of woven fabric. It also suggests future trends in the production of knitted garments.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -190) and index.
Table of Contents
Knitted garments; Weft knitted fabrics; Fully-cut garments; Cut stitch-shaped garments; Fully fashioned garments; Integral garments; Stitch geometry, seams and seaming; Machinery for seaming knitted garments; Handling concepts; Quality control of knitted garments; Glossary; Bibliography; Index