Diploma in Textile Designing

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Diploma in Textile Designing

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What type of balance is: (informal) a balance of unlike objects that create a "felt" balance of the total artwork; images on either side of a central line are different yet give the feeling of balance.

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The property of fibre bending without breaking is __________.

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The green yarns on this fabric are referred to as __________________ yarns.

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he interloping of sets of yarns forms what type of fabric?

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By joining lines you can create:

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Lightness or darkness of a colour is known as ____________.

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A plan for selecting colours for a composition is also known as a ________.

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The cross-sectional shape of —————– fibre looks triangular?

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non-woven fabric is made by ______________ process.

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Oldest and simplest way of printing is

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A path made by a moving point

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An example for a water insoluble dye is _________ dyes.

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What type of balance is: (formal) elements are equally distributed on either side of a central vertical axis; one side duplicates or mirrors the other side, which suggests stability.

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The process of converting fibres directly into fabric is __________.

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The function of common salt in the dye bath of direct dyes on cotton is

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Shapes are flat. Some shapes are geometric, like:

Doors, cars, shoes, and candy.

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The treatment that follows printing are termed

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For the application of basic dyes on cotton this process is essential.

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When the design elements work well together _______ is achieved.

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Basic approaches to printing a colour on a fabric are…..

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The printing approach that imprinted the dye in the paste form to form a pattern are.

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____________ print of varieties of flowers huge or small, bunch or single

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High denier count give__________ to the fabrics.

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What are repeating lines, shapes, or other elements that create a pattern?

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.—————fibre melts in excessive heat.

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Most advanced type of printing is

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Resist the penetration of water into or through the fabric

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Cork screw weaves are produced by rearranging threads of a regular ________ weave.

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The process of converting waste material into new product and objects is called __________.

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Count Hilaire de Chardonnet was known as the father of ____________.

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Symmetrical balance occurs when the space within a Garment is divided into _________ parts.

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What are some examples of Variety/Contrast? ex. ________ and __________.

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The culture of any particular place can be described in ____________ print.

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The class of dyes which are formed from to components usually referred to as naphthol’s and bases

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___________ finish involves a chemical change in fibre structure and do not alter through the life of the fabric

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The fabric of compact construction has a ____________Thread count:

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What type of balance is: (radiate) elements branch/radiate out from a central point?

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Colours which are exact opposite to each other on colour wheel are _________.

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Excitement and interest in artworks are created using:

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__________ is the final process given to a textile material for desirable feel and good appearance

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What refers to a way of combining similar elements of art to create an uncomplicated look to an overall composition?

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What are the Principles of Design?

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Artists use emphasis to make certain parts of their work stand out and grab your attention. The centre of interest or ______________ is the place the artist draws your eye to first.

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Which is an elastomeric fibre?

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An indirect method of printing in which dyes are transferred from paper to a thermoplastic fabric under controlled condition is known as

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Triangular-shaped folds of fabric stitched to control fullness are called __________.

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Which is the best cotton fibre?

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Finish that improves the performance properties of the fabric is known as

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Profile method is one of the methods used to develop ________ for printing.

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___________ finish is removed or diminished the first time the article is laundered.

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____________________ is usually created when an artist repeats or alternates a specific element creating a feeling of movement.

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What type of smell is felt during burning of cotton fibre?

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Formation of a fabric directly from fibres is known as

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Spinning of yarn means_________.

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The function of doctor blade in roller printing is to

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The short length man-made yarns are called ___________ yarns.

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Formal balance is another word for which type of balance?

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Choose an example of emphasis.

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Artists create visual weight with:

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Point of interest in a work of art - attracts more attention than anything else in composition; Dominant element or form in artwork - often the focal point; noticed.