HT3401 Syllabus - Fabric Structure I - 2021 Regulation Anna University

HT3401 Syllabus - Fabric Structure I - 2021 Regulation Anna University

HT3401

FABRIC STRUCTURE I

 LTPC

3003

COURSE OBJECTIVES:
• Understand the construction and classification woven fabrics.
• Understand the concept of design elements and features of basic weaves
• Construct the different kinds of basic weave structures
• Develop toweling, fancy weaves and color and weave effect

UNIT I

INTRODUCTION TO TEXTILE DESIGNING

9

Classification of textile fabrics; classification of woven fabrics - simple, compound and complex; fundamental aspects of woven fabrics-count of graph paper, Methods of representing design on graph paper; Principle of Design, draft, denting, lifting & tie-up plans. Types of draft - straight draft, skipped draft, pointed draft, herring bone draft, mixed draft etc. Plain weave - ornamentation of plain weaves; study of derivative structures of plain weave – regular and irregular warp rib, weft rib, hopsack and basket weaves. Catch-cord technique; design, draft, denting, peg/tie-up plan and thread interlacing diagram of above weaves

UNIT II

TWILL WEAVES AND ITS DERIVATIVES

9

Study of twill weaves up to 12 threads; classification of twills - warp faced twill, weft faced twill and equal faced twill, Left hand twill and Right hand twill; angle of inclination of twill diagonals- Steep twill and Flat twill; influence of the twist direction of yarn over prominence of twill lines; study of derivatives of twill weaves - wavy twill, herringbone, transposed twill, broken twill, elongated twill, combined twill, figured twill– Drafts, lifting plan & tie up, treadling plan for the above designs


UNIT III

DIAMOND AND SATIN WEAVES

9

Diamond weave, twill dice check, diaper; regular and irregular sateen and satin up to 12 threads, satin dice check weaves; design, draft, denting, peg/tie-up plan and thread interlacing diagram of above weaves. Difference between diamond and diaper, satin and sateen.

UNIT IV

TOWELLING WEAVES

9

Study of honey comb weaves– ordinary honey comb, stitched honey comb and Brighton’s honey comb designs- cell formation; study of Huck-a-Back weave- Construction of Standard Huck- a - Back (10 X 10), Devon’s Huck– a– Back ; mock-leno and corkscrew weaves. Design, draft, and peg/tie-up plan and thread interlacing diagram of above weaves

UNIT V

FANCY AND COLOUR AND WEAVE EFFECTS

9

Crepe weaves – construction upon sateen base, by combination of floating weaves with plain thread, by reversing and by insertion of one weave over another. Combination of weaves – twill and plain, mock-leno and plain, honey comb and plain, stripe and check effect by these combinations; Introduction to colour and weave effects- continuous line effect, hounds tooth patterns, bird’s eye and spot effects, hairline stripes, step patterns and all over effects. Distorted thread effects – salient feature, warp and weft distortion.

TOTAL: 45 PERIODS

COURSE OUTCOMES:: Upon completion of the course, students will be able to
Upon the completion of this course the student will be able to CO1: Identify and construct plain weave and its derivatives. CO2: Create different twill weaves structures and its derivatives. CO3: Draw the designs of Diamond and satin weaves. CO4: Develop woven fabric designs suitable for towels. CO5: Create fabric designs using different color and weave effects.

TEXT BOOKS:
Grosicki Z. J., “Watson’s Textile Design and Colour”, Vol.1, Woodhead Publications, Cambridge England, 2004. 2. Grosicki Z. J., “Watson’s Advanced Textile Design and Colour”, Vol.II, Butterworths, London, 1989. 3. Grammar of Textile Design by H. NISBET, F.T.I.

REFERENCES:
Wilson J., “Handbook of Textile Design”, Textile Institute, Manchester, 2001. 2. Horne C.E., “Geometric Symmetry in Patterns and Tilings”, Textile Institute, Manchester, 2000. 3. Seyam A. M., “Structural Design of Woven Fabrics, Theory and Practice”, Textile Institute, Manchester, 2002. 4. Georner D, “Woven Structure and Design, part 1: Single Cloth Construction”,WIRA, U.K., 1986. 5. Georner D, “Woven Structure and Design, Part 2: Compound Structures”, WIRA, U.K., 1989

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