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Unformatted text preview: Jenny Lipke Chapter 5- Activities 1-10 3-5-08 1. Examine a low price and a high price example of the following garments for use of grain and grain trueness. Do you find any difference based on price? On classification? a. Mens necktie b. Jeans- I noticed a slight bias in the lower price jeans, but could not see a bias in the higher priced pair. c. Mens shirt- I saw a slight bias in both high and low priced garments, but the lower priced one was more prevalent. d. Skirt- Could not see a bias an either garment e. T-shirt- Low price t-shirt had a major bias in crosswise grain, higher priced garment seemed to have a slilght almost not there bias. f. Jacket- could not tell of a difference between the 2 garments. 2. Fold a dart in a piece of paper, how does this affect the shape of the paper? Try to closely conform a piece of fabric to a dress form or human body. What is required? a. The dart makes the paper circular and conforms to the dart shape. It would require some pinning and would take a lot of remeasuring to make the dart work...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course APRL 202 taught by Professor Rhee during the Spring '08 term at Wisc Stout.
- Spring '08