5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Shape or form
- Collar types
- Length of time to dry laundry
- a button-down( buttons to the body of the shirt); French-style (short points and large spread); long-point (small spread and 4"-4 1/2" in length; tab collar (snap tabs or collar point to hold tips behind the knot).
- b the silhouette formed by the outline of a clothing design.
- c pants worn for casual occasions. Traditional slacks have belt loops; Continental slacks have split waistband and no belt loops.
- d makes greige goods usable, fabrics more attractive, or improve fabrics performance.
- e temperature of the circulating air, size of the load, amount of moisture in teh the laundry, and type of fabric.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- sleeves joined to a garment at the armhole with seam all around and allowing free movement.
- determined b current fashion, body build, activity, and type of fabric, and is distributed evenly to each side of a garment.
- colors that are adjacent on color wheel with no fewer than 3 and no more than six colors in this scheme.
- Producers that manufacture raw materials; Manufacturers who wholesale finished products; Retailers who sell finished products to customers.
- WOOL-fiber from the fleece of the sheep or lamb or hair of Angora or Cashmere goat; -VIRGIN OR NEW WOOL-wool that has never been used or reclaimed- RECYCLED WOOL-fiber made from previously produced wool fabric
5 True/False Questions
Spun yarn → lengthwise yarns woven along the entire length of the fabric parallel to the selvage.
Spreading → laying down of many layers of fabric, each on top of the preceding one, into a stack for multiple cuts.
High Fashion → styles or designs accepted by a limited gorup of fashion leaders.
Hemline → part of garments that is altered most.
Fitter → develops ideas for looks or designs, selects the fabric for the designs, and markets the finished products.