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Sleeve Head Development for an Aesthetic Appearance of a Jacket Sleeve
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 Title & Authors
Sleeve Head Development for an Aesthetic Appearance of a Jacket Sleeve
Park, Youngja; Jang, Jeongah;
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 Abstract
This study compared and analyzed current sleeve head products for men and women to develop sleeve head products for aesthetically-designed sleeves. Men and women`s sleeve head products, suitable for sleeve caps, were designed and developed based on the results. The study results are as follows. First, men and women`s sleeve heads for aesthetic jacket sleeves were designed with sleeve patterns in the background. Sleeve heads and upper sleeves were additionally designed to make 7-layers for men and 4-layers for women. Second, sleeve head patterns were designed so that men`s would have a whole length of 48cm, an angle of and a width of 4.5-7.5cm; in addition, women`s would be 40cm, and 4-5cm. Third, the same materials were used for men`s and women`s sleeve head products, and the background was made from 1-layer of soft non-woven fabric. As for the sleeve heads, 2-layers and 1-layer of non-fusible interlinings were used for men`s and women`s, respectively. In order to provide flexibility, the materials were designed in a bias direction. For upper sleeves, 1-layer of non-woven fabric and felt were used for men`s, and 1-layer of felt for women`s so that an empty space caused by easing contraction can be supplemented.
 Keywords
Sleeve head;Non-woven;Interfacing;Felt;Pattern;
 Language
Korean
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