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Textiles

A resource exploring the world of fabrics, fibers, their properties, manufacturing processes and applications in fashion, interior design, and other industries.

fabric

weaving

knitting

spinning

dyeing

printing

embroidery

textile industry

textile design

fiber

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textile manufacturing

textile production

textile technology

textile machinery

The sticks used to knit by hand are called __________.

  • Crochet neddles
  • Knitting needles
  • Embroidery needles
  • Chopsticks

Ensure the high standards of quality of clothes and that they are delivered to costumers on time.

  • Sewer
  • Garment Construction
  • Dress Shop Manager
  • Dressmaking Teacher

Using CAD (Computer Aided Design) to design a product is a really slow way to develop your ideas.

  • True
  • False

Which of the following best explains the meaning of the term product life cycle?

  • The development of a product from idea to market introduction
  • The durability of a product during use
  • The popularity of a product from market introduction to redundancy
  • The progression of a product from idea to production

Sewing machines sew straight (lockstitich) and cross stitches.

  • True
  • False

How much of the municipal solid waste worldwide comes from textiles?

  • 8%
  • 5%
  • 3%
  • 12%

Name the fastening.

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  • hook and eye
  • hook and loop
  • press stud
  • loop and eye

Perform garment sewing operations such as joining, reinforcing, or decorating garments.

  • Sewing Machine Operators
  • Textile Researcher
  • Sewer
  • Digital Designer

What is pattern?

  • A three-dimensional object with volume of height, width and depth.
  • A flat area surrounded by edges or an outline, that can be geometric and organic.
  • A design in which lines, shapes, forms or colours are repeated.
  • The perspective (distance between and around) and proportion (size) between shapes and objects.

Did you enjoy these lessons with Miss Walker? What did you learn? What do you need more help with? There are no right or wrong answers :)

  • [No Answer]

Which one of the following structures makes wool suitable for dyeing?

  • Amorphous structure
  • Crystalline structure
  • Hydrophobic structure
  • Morphological structure

Responsible for creating the specific look of individual garments, design fashionable clothes.

  • Fashion Designer
  • Seamstress
  • Dress Shop Manager
  • Dressmaking Teacher

press fasteners - metal or plastic discs that clip together when pressed, found on duvet covers and baby grows. Why are they often used instead of buttons?

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  • Quicker to fasten and open.
  • Quicker to fasten and open.
  • Easier to use.

There is also an evidence of silk culture in ________ 5000 years ago.

  • China

Which of the following are correct?Knitted textiles

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  • Are stretchy and absorbent
  • Are stretchy and absorbent
  • Unravel easiy
  • Can lose shape easily without added Lycra®

What advantage do bamboo knitting needles have over metal knitting needles?

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  • CREATES SURFACE DRAG

Thread is a component used in almost all textile products.

  • True
  • False

Traditionally, dressmaking was a career only for _______.

  • women

Which of the following statements about Felt is false?

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  • Felt is a dense, non-woven fabric
  • Felt is usually made of wool, but when mixed with synthetics it becomes more resilient
  • Felt is made with a warp and weft.
  • Felt can be shaped and formed using heat and moisture.

Which of the following finishing techniques is most appropriate for a fabric to be used on the seats in a movie theatre?

  • Mildewproof and calendered
  • Non-pilling and water-repellent
  • Sanforised and antistatic
  • Soil-resistant and fire-retardant

Velcro is also known as?

  • hula hoop
  • hook and loop
  • hook and eye

Which of the following would NOT assist in controlling potential environmental damage caused by the textile industry?

  • Globalization
  • Government legislation
  • Pollution control
  • Recycling

Which ways can a consumer can reduce their clothing footprint?

  • Always using the washer and dryer
  • Buying clothes made from post-consumer blends
  • Buying garments that are 100% cotton
  • Buying from locally made brands
  • Buying clothes made from post-consumer blends and Buying from locally made brands

Buttons are available in a range of... ?

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  • sizes
  • colours
  • materials
  • All of these

In 2007, among those countries studied by the Bureau of Labor Statistics the Philippines had the lowest compensation costs among those countries studied. How low was their compensation (In USD)

  • $3.00 Per Hour
  • $0.88 Per Hour
  • $1.50 Per Hour
  • $2.20 Per Hour

Name one part of a zip.

  • teeth

If a pattern is described as being unpredictable, what term do I use to define this?

  • Irregular

What do we call the downwards thread on a weaving loom?

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  • Weft
  • Loom
  • Warp
  • Waft

What does "blended yarn" mean?

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  • A yarn made with a mix of fabrics
  • A fabric made with a mix of yarns
  • A mix of fabrics made of yarn
  • A mix of yarns made of fabrics

Which pillars of sustainability (environmental, economic, social) does the textile industry negatively impact?

  • Social
  • Economic
  • Environmental
  • All of the above

How much of the worldwide water pollution comes from the textile industry?

  • 5%
  • 20%
  • 35%
  • 15%

Women participating in knitting circles used to add special _____ to the socks and scarves they created for the troops.

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  • notes

Which of these best describes why we use pattern?

  • Satisfying, exciting, interesting
  • Complex, detailed, busy
  • Simple, easy, mathematical

An arrow is a way of reducing fullness in fabric to shape it to fit.

  • True
  • False

A Design Specification outlines how a product should function (what it should do) and is used to give guidelines on what should be designed.

  • True
  • False

Name the Fabric Construction

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  • Woven
  • Knitted
  • Bonded

Sterile garments used by doctors and nurses are made from Non-woven textiles.

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  • True
  • False

Which of the following products indicates how the Australian Textiles, Clothing, Footwear, and Allied Industries have satisfied changing consumer demands?

  • Cotton tablecloths
  • Sun-safe beach suits
  • Dry clean-only jackets
  • Viscose rayon business shirts

Which fibre can be produced from the flax plant?

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  • Linen
  • Cotton
  • Wool
  • Polyester

What natural fibre are jeans made from?

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  • Cotton
  • Wool
  • Denim
  • Cloth

What fabric uses the least amount of water in its production?

  • Cotton
  • 100% Organic cotton
  • Polyester
  • Recycled PET Polyester

Which artist used yarn and crochet to create large portraits?

  • Jo Hamilton

A prototype or toile is a mock up of a design proposal and is used to test the idea such as correct fit, size, drape of fabric, if production processes work, cost to make etc.

  • True
  • False

When ending an item in knitting we __________

  • CAST OFF

Which of the following are all trends in Australian society that would influence contemporary designers?

  • Pollution, multicultural society, gender equality
  • Multicultural society, gender equality, climate change
  • Climate change, two-income families, gender equality
  • Gender equality, two-income families, multicultural society

How much of the textiles thrown away each year worldwide are properly recycled?

  • 15.7%
  • 33.3%
  • 10.5%
  • 20.5%

Sew and alter clothes, fabrics and apparel. You can either have your own sewing business or work in tailoring shops.

  • Garment Cutter
  • Sewing Machine Operator
  • Sewer/Tailor
  • Apparel Manufacturer

Name the fastening

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  • Velo
  • Velocity
  • Velcro
  • Velodrome

Knitting is a process of using long needles to interlink or knot a series of loops made by one continuous thread. Each loop or knot connects to another one, and when enough loops have been made, the result is a flat piece of material called a textile.

  • True
  • False

Which famous fashion designer influenced the Punk movement?

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  • Gucci
  • Chanel
  • Calvin Klein
  • Vivienne Westwood

Silk and Cotton are both natural fibres, name one other.

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  • Wool

Design and manufacture your own clothing items and sell them.

  • Sewer/Tailor
  • Fashion Designer
  • Apparel Manufacturer
  • Dressshop Manager

Which of the following fabrics would be the most appropriate choice for a beach towel?

  • Cotton fiber, soft spun yarn, pile weave fabric
  • Cotton fiber, filament yarn, twill weave fabric
  • Viscose rayon fiber, soft spun yarn, plain weave fabric
  • Polyester/cotton blend, filament yarn, pile weave fabric

On average how much do consumers spend on garments/apparel per year?

  • $3,000
  • $1,200
  • $2,000
  • $1,700

Batik and Tie Dye are resist decoration techniques that can be used to add pattern to fabric.

  • True
  • False

Tailor tacking is a way to decorate fabric.

  • True
  • False

What does WVS stand for?

  • Women's Veterinary Service
  • Women's Volunteer Service
  • Women's Volunteer Stitches
  • Wanda's Venture Service

What is a motif?

  • [No Answer]

In which decade did the Punk Movement become popular?

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  • 1940's
  • 1950's
  • 1960's
  • 1970's

Where do we see pattern?

  • Nature
  • Nature
  • Maths and Science
  • Art and Design
  • Music

Have a look at this painting "Day and Night" by M.C. Escher. Can you remember what the technique used here is called?

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  • Tessellation

What is a standard component in textiles?

  • Any resource that is used to complete the construction of a textile product.
  • Any method of decorating fabrics.
  • Any technique for dyeing fabrics.

Why does a designer looks at other products on the market?

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  • To copy them.
  • To laugh at them
  • To evaluate the competition.
  • To get ideas.

Name the Fabric Construction

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  • Woven
  • Knitted
  • Bonded

True or false: In textiles, the most common types of components are fastenings?

  • TRUE
  • FALSE

What natural fibre is good for absorbing moisture

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  • Wool
  • Cotton
  • Hemp
  • Jute

What shapes can you see being repeated here?

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  • [No Answer]

Which phase of a textiles lifecycle releases the most greenhouse gasses?

  • Transportation
  • Disposal
  • Manufacturing
  • Consumer

Quality Assurance is a way of making sure that a textile product meets the required specification and is achieved by careful management of the production process.

  • True
  • False

How many gallons of water does it take to produce one kg of virgin cotton?

  • 7,000-9,000 gallons
  • 3,000-5,000 gallons
  • 17,000-19,000 gallons
  • 10,000-12,000 gallons

What is the name of the design movement shown in this picture?

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  • Punk

Which factor is the most influential for why consumers currently select sustainable brands?

  • Product is better for the environment
  • Product is organic
  • Packaging is better for the environment
  • Manufacturer treats employees and suppliers fairly

Which of the following techniques would be used to consistently reproduce an accurate image on a textile item/s?

  • Applique
  • Dyeing
  • Hand embroidery
  • Heat transfer printing

What synthetic fibre would be good for making carpets?

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  • Polypropylene
  • Polycarbonate
  • Polystyrene
  • Polyunsaturate

Which of the following are the most important considerations to ensure the sustainability of textile resources?

  • Target market, pollution, recycling
  • Recycling, pollution, government legislation
  • Latest design trends, government legislation, recycling
  • Government legislation, latest design trends, globalization

Knitting Circles gained popularity during which war?

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  • World War 2

A Tjangting is a component used to make trousers.

  • True
  • False

Which artist created the repeat pattern painting of Marilyn Monroe?

  • Pablo Picasso
  • Banksy
  • Van Gogh
  • Andy Warhol

Pinking shears are used to stop fabric fraying.

  • True
  • False

What is it called when you start your knitting project (put stitches on the needle)?

  • CAST ON

Where does cotton come from?

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  • Plants
  • Sheep
  • Plastic
  • Rabbits

What natural fiber is water repellant?

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  • Wool
  • Cotton
  • Jute
  • Bamboo

Identify the most suitable fabric for use on outdoor furniture.

  • Cotton fiber, carded yarn, twill weave fabric.
  • Nylon fiber, staple spun yarn, warp-knit fabric.
  • Polyester fiber, filament yarn, plain weave fabric.
  • Viscose rayon fiber, filament yarn, satin weave fabric.

Velcro is usually made from nylon and can be repeatedly ripped open and closed. Which of these products can it be used on?

  • space suits
  • space suits
  • children's clothes and shoes
  • bandages
  • umbrellas

Which part of a typical washer dryer cycle uses more energy and emits more carbon emissions?

  • Washer
  • Dryer

How can consumers help promote supply chain transparency?

  • Buying garments that meet environmental certifications
  • Purchasing garments from big box retailers
  • Buying garments made locally or made in the USA
  • Buying garments that meet environmental certifications and Buying garments that meet environmental certifications

Which of the following are correct?Non-woven or bonded textiles

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  • Do not fray
  • Do not fray
  • Lack strength
  • Are difficult to shape or mould
  • Can be created with specific properties e.g. waterproof.

The term for sewing a smaller piece of fabric onto a bigger piece is called

  • Applique

On average how many tons of water can a Chinese factory use to dye one ton of fabric?

  • 50 tons
  • 100 tons
  • 200 tons
  • 300 tons

Name this stitch:

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  • Tacking
  • Running stitch
  • Chain stitch
  • Blanket stitch

What type of pattern is this?

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  • Regular
  • Irregular

When creating her large scale yarn portraits, this artist always starts with what part of the face?

  • the eye

What is the other main stitch that is used in knitting?

  • Knit
  • Purl
  • Neither

Name the Fabric Construction

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  • Woven
  • Knitted
  • Bonded

What are woven fabrics made on

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  • Loom

Which rules apply when using a sewing machine safely?

  • Tie long hair back.
  • Tie long hair back.
  • Don't have liquids near the electrics.
  • Turn the machine on when threading up.
  • Always keep fingers away from the needle when sewing.

What is the basic stitch?

  • Knit
  • Purl
  • Neither

What synthetic fibres would be good for making swimwear?

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  • Polyester
  • Polyester
  • Nylon

Which of the four fabrics has the lowest environmental footprint?

  • Cotton
  • PET Polyester
  • Tencel
  • Polyester

Which of the following garments provides the best medium for self-expression?

  • Aerobic leotard
  • Business suit
  • Hospital gown
  • Police uniform

When you starting a knit project, it is common to start with what?

  • A Windsor Knot
  • A Slip Knot
  • A Bow

Dressmaking is a __________ clothes and dresses.

  • craft of sewing

Which fibre category would Silk be placed into?

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  • Synthetic Fibres
  • Natural Fibres

Name the fastening

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  • Zip
  • Button
  • Velcro
  • Magnetic Strip

An open or plain seam is not a very useful seam and is difficult to make.

  • True
  • False

Name this stitch:

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  • Straight stitch
  • Zig zag stitch
  • Blanket stitch
  • French knot

Natural fibres, Blended and mixed fibres, Woven and non-woven fabrics and Knitted textiles are all textile categories.Which category is missing?

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  • Polyester Fibres
  • Silk Fibres
  • Synthetic Fibres
  • Woven Textiles

The use of which of the following is a cultural influence seen in contemporary apparel and furnishings?

  • Microfibre
  • Knit fabric
  • Embroidered textiles
  • Heat transfer printing

Tariff reduction may determine the success or failure of contemporary designers. Tariff reduction is an example of which of the following factors?

  • Expertise
  • Political
  • Social
  • Technological

Use the care label to answer this question.For which item of clothing would the care label be most suitable?

  • Cotton sports shirt
  • Lycra bike shorts
  • Nylon swimsuit
  • Wool jumper

Bias binding is a component used to cover the edges of fabric to stop it fraying and to make it look neat.

  • True
  • False

The warp is the horizontal thread in woven fabric.

  • True
  • False

What synthetic fibre is commonly used for making tents?

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  • Polyester
  • Polypropylene
  • Polystyrene
  • Polycarbonate

Silk is a natural, raw fibre sourced from the cocoon of the larvae of a silkworm

  • True
  • False

Non woven fabrics are strong and stretch easily.

  • True
  • False

How much of the textile industry is made up out of brands or companies that employ sustainable manufacturing practices?

  • 5.5%
  • 8.3%
  • .001%
  • 1.02%

Designers must consider the function of a product so it is;

  • Fit for purpose
  • Fit for purpose
  • Eye catching
  • Safe to use

Which of the following fabrics requires a finishing process in order to become showerproof?

  • Plain weave, carded cotton
  • Plain weave, monofilament nylon
  • Twill weave, multifilament polyester
  • Brushed weft knit, staple spun polyester.

Give two reasons why this Jacket would be suitable for a music festival in the UK.

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  • Waterproof

Smart materials can sense and react to environmental conditions and are produced to perform a particular function.

  • True
  • False

Roller printing is a fast way of printing a large amount of fabric.

  • True
  • False

How much of a % does pesticides used for cotton makeup of the worldwide insecticide market?10%15%25%35%

  • 10%
  • 15%
  • 25%
  • 35%

Which fabrics can be upcycled (turned into new fabric of equal quality) at the end of life?

  • PET Polyester
  • Cotton
  • Wool
  • Polyester
  • PET Polyester and Polyester

Polycotton is a blend of the fibres Polyamide (nylon) and cotton.

  • True
  • False

Research and analyze different textiles including to their designs.

  • Dressmaking Teacher
  • Textile Researcher
  • Sewing Machine Operator
  • Tailor

The early beginning of dressmaking was marked by ________ found in egypt.

  • woven linen textile

Which af the following are correct?Woven textiles

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  • Are Hard wearing
  • Are Hard wearing
  • Won't fray when cut
  • Are available in a variety of weights
  • Are Breathable

One off production is also called 'job' production and is used to make one complicated, good quality, expensive product such as a wedding dress or theatre costume.

  • True
  • False

Where does silk come from?

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  • Silkworms
  • Silkmoths
  • Silkbugs
  • Silkflies

How much less ozone depletion (in percent) occurs if a consumer washes then hang dries their clothes, compared to a typical washer and dryer scenario?

  • 75%
  • 98%
  • 50%
  • 82%

Which type of zip would be used on a coat?

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  • closed
  • red
  • open

What is the percentage of the consumer base that always takes into consideration the eco aspects of their garments?

  • 7%
  • 15%
  • 1%
  • 3%

The running stitch is:

  • A stitch started with a knot in the thread
  • A temporary stitch used to hold two pieces of fabric together
  • A secure straight stitch used instead of machining

Where do we source wool from?

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  • Plants
  • Animals
  • Oil

It is difficult for Wool to be spun, woven or knitted.

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  • True
  • False

What shapes can you see being repeated here?

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The "teardrop shape" motif in paisley print is called a...?

  • Butan
  • Buta
  • Beta
  • Botta

The following alternatives contain factors that could determine the success or failure of a designer. Which alternative contains only internal factors?

  • Environmental, facilities, financial
  • Expertise, facilities, financial
  • Expertise, environmental, cultural
  • Financial, environmental, cultural

Name the fibre produced from this plant.

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  • Wool
  • Nylon
  • Cotton
  • Polyester

Kevlar is a modern material that is five times stronger than steel and is used to make bulletproof vests.

  • True
  • False

Which of the following is a piece of sewing equipment?

  • Pin
  • Pin
  • Rake
  • Spatula
  • Fabric

Which of the following is a temporary stitch?

  • Running stitch
  • Tacking
  • Chain stitch
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