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Comparison of Seam Strength between Dyed and Un-Dyed Gabardine Apparels: A Research on Lapped & Superimposed Seam

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Today is the golden age of fashion. Fashion garments and apparels have been used everywhere to cope with the fashion era. These fashion garments and apparels are made of the fabrics of various structures and components through various processes. Among them gabardine is one of the most remarkable type of fabric and apparel dyeing is the latest process used for fashion apparel. From this research, the seam strength variations between dyed and un-dyed gabardine apparels after conceding the garment dyeing process can be known. It is a comparative research work which will deliver very effective knowledge about various types of seam, seam strength and seam performance. For comparative study, many dummy apparels body have been produced as samples which are dyed in Hams washing and dyeing limited. After that all samples have tested in Thermax woven dyeing laboratory. Since Bangladesh is a very potential fashion market and the fashion garments are being manufactured more and more. Hence the fashion trend is rapidly going to garments dyeing from conventional fabric/yarn dyeing processes. Gradually garments dyeing order are increasing higher to higher.

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Farhana, K. , Syduzzaman, M. and Yeasmin, D. (2015) Comparison of Seam Strength between Dyed and Un-Dyed Gabardine Apparels: A Research on Lapped & Superimposed Seam. Journal of Textile Science and Technology, 1, 75-84. doi: 10.4236/jtst.2015.12008.

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