The checking verification and regulation of the degree of excellence of an attribute or property of material is known as quality control.
Prints where both the background and motif color are printed into the fabric using a direct printing process.
The application of short fibers to a base fabric by the direct printing of adhesive onto the fabric in the desired areas and then sticking the fibers to these areas.
Blouson means the Bloused effect of fullness gathered in at and falling over a seam, typically the bodice over a skirt.
List of component chemicals and pigments or dyestuff with relative quantities required to produce desired color.
Bolt is the Unit in which fabric is packaged and sold by the manufacturer. Usually contains 12 to 20 yards.
No. Don't even think about it, unless your piece is white or off white, and you are willing to undertake an experiment using Simply Spray spray-on fabric dyes.
An atmosphere at the prevailing barometric pressure with a relative humidity of 65% and temperature of 20°C (68°F) is known as standard temperature.
A plain seam with a row of machine stitching on one or both sides of the seam line is known as the top stitched seam.