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Kim Hahn, Kent State University

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DPD

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Event

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Junior level fashion design students were challenged to develop patterns that were to be printed directly onto fabric with a digital textile printer. This project idea was developed for students to learn how to engineer fabric designs on pattern pieces; it also encouraged them to think about sustainable design processes through the use of a digital textile printer.

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Jan 1st, 12:00 AM

Engaging fashion design students with evolving technology; digital printing

Junior level fashion design students were challenged to develop patterns that were to be printed directly onto fabric with a digital textile printer. This project idea was developed for students to learn how to engineer fabric designs on pattern pieces; it also encouraged them to think about sustainable design processes through the use of a digital textile printer.

 

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