presented by: Sara Mosley Textile Industry Professional & Adjunct Professor at Jefferson University
Registration is currently unavailable. The next class date is week of June 14th.
Please write to info@aboutSources.com for the schedule
1.5 hour zoom session, Fee $35
About the Class: This class is a primer on what a designer needs to know when sourcing fabrics.Before you go walking a tradeshow floor or make a call to a supplier – know what to ask! You are much more likely to engage the supplier in your search if you can speak their language. Have you wanted to have a better understanding of the differences in selecting a woven fabric versus a knit fabric for your designs? Or if there’s a big deal over selecting a polyester fabric over cotton fiber content? Then this seminar is for you! Sara will cover the basic differences in fibers and the benefits of one type over another. Is natural always better than manmade? you will get a cram course in yarns, fabric constructions, different finishes and how sustainable practices are becoming the norm in fabric formation. After this seminar you will be armed with the knowledge to make a more informed selection when you’re sourcing fabrics/trims for your end-use. You can now approach suppliers with confidence asking the right questions using industry language!
Optional Swatch Kit: Recommended, not required.This kit provides an overview of textiles when you do not have a lot of time to spend studying fabrics in detail. The generously sized swatches allow you to study the fabric characteristics in greater detail. 48, 4" Warp x 3" Filling Swatches, mounting sheets, master list (guide to swatches- yarn type, fabric description, dye/print method, finish, yarn count), a 3 ring binder and tape.Available for separate purchase Textile Fabric Consultants, Inc.Textile Swatch Kit: $35.95 +Shipping ($5 savings). Mailed directly from supplier. Use this Discount link for Swatch KIT and their new Seams Kit as well: https://www.textilefabric.com/products/408
Also Recommended:The Sourcer’s Guide– When you know what you are looking for this detailed guide provides 1000s of listings by fiber construction and end use for fabrics and trims, plus domestic (North American) sewing contractors. READ MORE & ORDER or call us at 843.510.0902.Questions? write to: firstname.lastname@example.org or call 843.510.0350
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