Chapter 9 Textile Printing


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Heat-transfer printing would be most effective on a fabric made from
100% polyester interlock
A direct print is one in which
The design is printed onto white fabric
When colors overlap in a print pattern when they should be separate, it is called
off register
The aging of prints refers to
setting of print color by steaming
An overprint is
the design is printed onto a previously dyed fabric
Pigment (dry) prints should only be dry cleaned not laundered.
The screens used in screen printing are often made from polyester
Roller printing is advantageous when large yardage of the same patterns need to be printed
The two methods for setting the color of printed fabric follow application of the print design is curing and discharging.
Pigment prints and heat transfer prints are practically the same, and a person would have difficulty identifying one from the other