Clothing: Fashion, Fabrics & Construction, Student Text / Edition 4

Clothing: Fashion, Fabrics & Construction, Student Text / Edition 4

by Jeanette Weber, McGraw-Hill Education
     
 

Clothing: Fashion, Fabrics, Construction is a comprehensive bestseller including content on clothing needs, fashion, fabrics, consumer issues, careers, and sewing and serging techniques. Illustrations and photographs emphasize important concepts, illustrate technique and maintain student interest.

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Clothing: Fashion, Fabrics, Construction is a comprehensive bestseller including content on clothing needs, fashion, fabrics, consumer issues, careers, and sewing and serging techniques. Illustrations and photographs emphasize important concepts, illustrate technique and maintain student interest.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780078290060
Publisher:
McGraw-Hill Education
Publication date:
06/24/2002
Edition description:
Student Edition
Pages:
608
Product dimensions:
8.30(w) x 10.30(h) x 1.00(d)
Age Range:
13 - 17 Years

Table of Contents

Unit 1: Clothing and SocietyChapter 1: Influences on ClothingChapter 2: Cultures and CustomsChapter 3: Clothing and FamiliesChapter 4: Clothing and Self-ExpressionUnit 2: The Fashion WorldChapter 5: Fashion HistoryChapter 6: Fashion Styles Chapter 7: Fashion DesignersChapter 8: The Fashion IndustryUnit 3: Color and DesignChapter 9: Understanding ColorChapter 10: Understanding DesignUnit 4: Fibers and FabricsChapter 11: Textile Fibers Chapter 12: Fabric ConstructionChapter 13: Fabric FinishesUnit 5: Clothing CareChapter 14: Clothing Care Basics Chapter 15: Laundry and Dry CleaningChapter 16: Redesign, Repair, and RecycleUnit 6: Clothing SelectionChapter 17: Exploring OptionsChapter 18: Accessing InformationChapter 19: Evaluating SelectionsChapter 20: Consumer ResponsibilitiesChapter 21: Selecting Clothing for OthersUnit 7: The WorkplaceChapter 22: Career PreparationChapter 23: Success on the JobChapter 24: Fashion EntrepreneursChapter 25: Global MarketplaceSewing and Serging HandbookPart 1: Patterns, Fabrics, and NotionsPart 2: Machines and EquipmentPart 3: Getting Ready to SewPart 4: Basic ConstructionPart 5: Special Sewing Techniques

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