We welcome you back for a holiday version of Needles in the Stacks. We’ve designed this post to help you decide which of the many draping manuals out there should be on your holiday wish list. Here are the books … Continue reading
Category Archives: fashion
I have a lot to say about this, but my first reaction is to be dumbfounded that we are even having this conversation in 2014 when several respected institutions give M.A. degrees on the study of clothing (as material … Continue reading
This is a “Not for Beginners” post. Today we’re working our way through a series of books aimed at demonstrating production sewing techniques. What we’re looking for here are the kind of shortcuts that are used in garment mass production … Continue reading
There has been some excitement in the archaeological community this week about a find of the bodies of two men. The bodies were found in the Tarim Basin, which is on the eastern end of the silk road as … Continue reading
A colleague posted this on our FB page, so I thought I’d pass it on. http://technicaltextilesolutions.com/blog/source-apparel-fabrics-price-sensitive-categories/ Go thou and source good stuff!