Fit - LabAssorted Thickness calibration seems to have been...

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Lab Assorted Thickness – calibration seems to have been a problem, leading to wildly improbable results. No points taken off, but be aware that the numerical results were not always good. Flammability – apparently you were informed that the wool fabrics were synthetics, and while some of you figured it out, many didn’t. You should have been able to figure it out, because this is the one test where you can identify wool with certainty based on odor.
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Colorfastness Some samples apparently were reversed, leading to incorrect analyses that oxygen bleach was more destructive than sodium hypochlorite Sodium hypochlorite = chlorine bleach = Clorox. Your oxygen bleach was supposed to be powdered Clorox II, which would have been sodium percarbonate, but we actually used liquid Clorox II, which contains hydrogen peroxide, also widely used in textile finishing. Advertised as color-safe, and safe for all fibers. Dr. Laundry, www.drlaundryblog.com , Clorox website on bleach is interesting.
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Announcements There will be lab next week Market survey due next Wednesday Final Exam will be take home, available Sunday, December 6, on Blackboard under Assignments , and due Thursday, December 17 by 5:00 PM. It may be submitted electronically. I will let you next week about content and format.
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Triad of Product Needs: Fashion, Function, Fit
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Fit How a garment conforms to the body Dependent on style, function, target market age and body type Fit often dictated by the company or a product line Consistency very important across products and time for Brands Catalog retailers
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Fit Dimensions Ease Design ease creates the desired silhouette Wearing ease provides space in a garment to allow movement Ease check points for wearing ease typically chest/ bust; waist; high and low hip; shoulders Example: pencil skirt has wearing ease; pleated skirt has design and wearing ease.
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Line Basic silhouette of garment
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2009 for the course FSAD 4320 taught by Professor Kozen during the Fall '09 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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