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Unformatted text preview: The fabric in turn will pull or sag based on the problem of being too big or small. If a garment has poor set the type of wrinkle will be located at a place where fit is a problem. Examples are: Horizontal wrinkles under tension: garment is narrower than the body or just above or below the wrinkles. Loose, vertical wrinkles: garment is too wide in that area Vertical wrinkles under tension: garment is too short in the area Loose, horizontal folds: garment is longer than the body Diagonal wrinkles: point to a particular curve that is a problem 9. Explain the difference between fitting ease and design ease. Fitting ease is the most basic of ease, it is simply the ease required for a comfortable more livable fit. Design ease is extra ease added to a garment for sake of appearance alone. Design ease is not necessary for fit, but provides style to a garment....
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- Spring '08