F08 Closures - Closures The ins and outs of garments PLEASE...

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Closures The ins and outs of garments PLEASE SIGN IN
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The Ins and Outs of Closures Expansion may be built into the garment through structural openings called plackets. Plackets are dependent on mechanical devices to close the garment.
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The Ins and Outs of Closures Aesthetic performance Functional performance
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Closure Styles Open VS. Closed How to tell them apart? How are they finished? Faced Concealed Bound Banded Combination=Faced and Banded
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Physical Features of Closures How to keep the opening closed Buttons Button composition Size and placement Extras Button styles Shank Eye
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Physical Features of Closures Buttonholes Length=Diameter+Thickness or is = to the Circumference if button is round Direction: Horizontal or Vertical Placement
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Physical Features of Closures Finishes Thread: 3 shapes Finished with fabric: 3 methods Looped Frog Toggle
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Novelty Buttons/Closures
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