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- FEB 09, 2017
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Designing a Knitwear Collection, 2nd Edition, is an essential and comprehensive overview of the knitting design and development process. Featuring more than 475 color images, emerging fashion designers will find inspiration from the work of featured knitwear designers and practical information to design their own knitwear collection. The book follows the history of the industry to present day, introducing yarn and stitch basics, knitting methods, and machinery. It explores the process of preparing the design package from initial concept and sketches to specifications of samples and documents for production—through the presentation of a final collection. Updates to this edition include advances in technology in the knitwear industry, expanded coverage of sample development, and more than 50% new images including new designer profiles and current knitwear designs.
New to this Edition
New Chapter 6, Sample Development, includes step-by-step diagrams and knitwear samples, plus coverage of sustainable methods of knitwear design
Updated Chapter 7 on CAD covers current software programs and technologies such as 3D printing for knitwear
Updated Chapter 8, Presentation Trends For Knitwear, emphasizes concept and journal development with all new examples
Introducing Designing a Knitwear Collection STUDIO:
Study smarter with self-quizzes featuring scored results and personalized study tips
Review concepts with flashcards of terms and definitions
Access downloadable sample documents for production, including line sheets, specification sheets, cost forms, and color information sheets
View timelines tracing milestones in knitwear design from the early 20th Century to the present
Table of Contents
A Message from Sonia Rykiel
1. The History of Knitwear
2. Yarn Basics
3. Stitch Fundamentals
4. Knitting Methods
5. Creative Design and the Development Package
6. Developing Sample Garments
7. Computer Aided Design for Knitwear
8. Presentation Trends For Knitwear
Appendix A Document Samples
Appendix B Resources and References
About The Authors
Lisa Donofrio-Ferrezza is an Associate Professor with the Fashion Design Department at the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), US.
Marilyn Hefferen is a fashion design consultant with over thirty years of industry experience, and formerly Assistant Professor teaching knitwear design and fashion design classes at Drexel University and the Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), US.
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