Design and Practice for Printed Textiles introduces students to the techniques of textile design. It provides a guide to the process of textile design from conception of an idea to the production of printed fabric. This text describes what happens in industry and outlines how these processes can be duplicated by hand, with the emphasis on professionalism. This is a practical book written by two people actively working and teaching in the discipline of textile design; it intends to broaden perceptions of textile designers, their work and design skills. All processes discussed are those currently employed by the Australian textile industry and examples of Australian design are included. Design and Practice for Printed Textiles offers information on resourcing ideas and how to communicate them to materials, and assists student progress towards completing a design brief. It also discusses health and safety issues, such as safe working practices and conditions. Page Proofswill be available.The joins at the corners should be lap joints; they need to be screwed as well as glued so they dona#39;t come apart with ... The main things to consider are: ai A smaller frame for printing T-shirts or placement images can be made of thinner timberanbsp;...
|Title||:||Design and Practice for Printed Textiles|
|Author||:||Andrea McNamara, Patrick Snelling|
|Publisher||:||Oxford University Press, USA - 1995|