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Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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Volume 2, Issue 2 - Nov 1978
Volume 2, Issue 1 - May 1978
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A Study on the costume of ancient Western Asia
Lee Nam Heui ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 117~124
The costume, considered as a manner of clothing, represents the distinctive character of a country, of an epoch, of a personage; and always it mirrors the vicissitudes of human civilization. It is interesting to study the costume of ancient Western Asia, its civilization and culture were transmitted to Egypt and Greece. The results obtained are as follows: 1. Loin clothes, tunics, wraps were in Western Asia. 2. Sleeves and Trousers has been the great contribution to costume. 3. The Art of dyeing, weaving, and embroidering were well known. 4. Tassels and Fringes were used in Western Asia. 5. Egypt and Greece were affected by Western Asia.
The study of free formaldehyde remained in resin finished fabrics
Song Wha Soon ; Cho Seung Sik ; Kim Sung Reon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 125~131
This study was intended to clarify (1) the release of free formaldehyde (2) transfer of free formaldehyde to the contacted fabrics during storing, and (3) the removal effect of free formaldehyde by washing from resin finished fabrics. The results of this study were as follow; 1. The decrease rate of free formaldehyde content in fabrics was higher during storing in open air, poly bag, and glass tube in descending order and the content of free formaldehyde in fabrics was decreased in glyoxal resin finished but, increased in Melamine M-3 resin finished when the fabrics was stored in polybag and in glass tube. 2. Increased amount of formaldehyde transfer to contacted fabrics was noted with Melamine M-3 resin finished than that of glyoxal resin finished. Increased amount of formaldehyde transfer as well as more free formaldehyde were noted in cotton fabrics than in polyester/ cotton blend. 3. The effect of removing free formaldehyde from the fabrics was better in case of solid alkaline soap, synthetic alkaline powdered detergents, neutral detergents in descending order. The romoval of free formaldehyde was marked after the 1st washing and almost no increase in free formaldehyde was found after three times of washing. 4. After first washing, the content of formaldehyde in Melamine M-3 resin finished fabrics increased more rapidly than that of glyoxal resin finished fabrics in condition of closed storing.
A study on Court Dresses (Jeockyoe & Yoedae) in the Yi Dynasty
Baek Yang Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 133~143
This study is a latter series of 'A Study on the Changes of Court Dresses in the Yi Dynasty' (see Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles Vol. 1. No. 2. 1977), and tries to discuss the additional clothing style--- Hapee(하피), Mal(말), Sang(상), Daedae(대대), Pesle(폐슬) and Seock(석) as well as how to obtain the textile fabric used in queens' wedding ceremony and Noeyoe(노의) and Jangsam(장삼). Through Karedogam(가예도감), it can be found that as queen's casual dress gold-round-pattern Noeyoe(금원문노의) was used, and the royal princesses wore Dan Noeyoe(단노의). Noeyoe was long in back and short in front and it was very luxurious with the two-phoenix pattern. Jangsam was queens' casual dress, and the royal princesses wore simple and double Jangsam. In public, the wives of the officials above the 5th-Class in status wore Jangsam; Noeyoe is a higher-class dress than Jangsam.
Studios on the Shrinkage of Hand spun Yarn. -Effect of Detergents-
Kim Gong Ju ; Chung Hea Sook ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 145~149
The following is the experimental result of wool yarn shrinkage when glass tube is used for felting test. 1. A machine spun wool yarn's shrinkage more than hand spun wool yarn's. 2. Shaking has great effect on the shrinkage of wool yarns
A study on the Components and Detergency of Commercial Shampoos
Choi Sang Weon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 151~155
General components and detergency of commercial shampoos have been investigated and the results are summerized in the following. Shampoos were analyzed for surfactants and additives by KS method and surfactants were confirmed by T.L.C. Considerable differences in amounts of non volatiles and surfactants were found. Three of them contain either lanoline or sterols as additives and in the three. propylene glycol was found in their liquid part. It was shown that predominant sufactant was anionic and in all, except one. a little ampholytic surfactant was detected. But, contrary to forecast, in only one a little of non ionic surfactant was detected. Detergency of shampoos was examined using artificially soiled wool muslin. Considerable difference was found, and all shampoos showed higher detergency than a synthetic powder type detergent for textiles. There were no significant correlation between detergency and amount of surfactants or suspending power of detergents.
A comparative study of labels and construction of Korean Women's ready-to-wear dresses at three different price levels
Chung Hyei Young ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 157~166
The purpose of this study was; (1) to examine ready-to-wear dresses to find the characteristics of labels and construction which existed at three different price levels and (2) to make the gathered information available to consumers, designers, manufacturers and the people who are concerned with ready-to-wear garments. A check sheet was made listing a wide variety of features which could cause garments to be different. For the statistical analysis. 87 dresses were used out of 116 dresses examined. Observation was made at the stores in Myung Dong, Suh-Dae Moon and No Ryang Jin in Seoul from February 16, 1978 to March 3, 1978. The findings are; 1. The average prices of high, medium and low priced levels were
. The average price discrepancy between high and medium priced levels was
between medium and low priced levels. 2. Most of the dresses examined had labels in all three priced levels. The most informative labels were found on medium priced dresses and then high. The low priced dresses had no information which would be of help to the consumer in regard to care, size and Jiber content. 3. Most of the dresses examined were cut on lengthwise grain. The stitching of medium and high priced levels were satisfactory. The chief way of fastening threads at the end of stitching was by backtracking.
of the low priced levels was found unappropriate in stitching number because it was too large to the fabric. Many dresses in low priced levels were not pressed well. The average hem width of low priced dresses were less than 3cm, the high 3-4cm and the medium 4-5cm. Hemming was done mostly by hand in high and medium and by machine in low priced dresses. The medium priced dresses used more linings than low and high priced dresses.
The Effect of Additives in Final Rinse Water on Soiling and the Removal of Soil.
Cho Sung Kyo ; Kim Sang Reon ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 167~176
The effect of additives in final rinse water during laundering on soiling, soil removal and some properties of fabrics has been studied with various fabrics. The additives examined were fabric softener (Sta-Puf), cationic surfactant (Apole PS), sizing materials such as CMC, PYA, cornstarch and mixture of CMC and cationic surfactant. The results obtained may be summerized as follows. L Addition of additives except PVA in final rinse water generally reduce the deposition of carbon-
soil and it seems to be rather independant of the concentration of additives. The effect of additives on soil resistant is found to increase in the following order. cotton; Apole
A Study on Byul-Gam Uniforms in Yi-Dynasty
Lee Kyung Ja ;
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 177~183
Byul-Gam is a low-ranking official who takes charge of sundry services in Yi-Dynasty court, and escorts his king when he make a honored going. Uniforms of Byul-Gam are noted for their gaiety. This study aims at inquiring into uniforms of Byul-Gam through historical records. The resultant findings are as follows: 1) Uniforms of Byul-Gam are divided into full dress and ordinary clothes. 2) The full dress has two kinds of style. One is Dan-Ryung, a kind of robe, clad together with Gun as a headdress. This robe is blue, Gun for king's Byul-Gam violet, and Gun for the Crown Prince's Byul-Gam blue. The other is a combination of yellow Cho-Rip and red Chup-Ri. This is a military uniform. 3) Ordinary dresses for Byul-Gam are orange Cho-Rip and red Jik-Ryung. Underwear in this case is Hyup-Joo-Um and Chup-Ri. Hyup-Joo-Um is a kind of robe. Inside it Korean style of jacket and slacks are usually clad. 4) As time passed, the uniform of Byul-Gam had been changed from Cheong-Dan-Ryung to Hong-Dan-Ryung, and Jik-Ryung had been shifted to a full dress. 5) Only five remains of Jik-Ryung for Byul-Gam have been handed down to us. The analysis of those indicate that they gradually became similar to Duru-Magi, a kind of Korean robe. This fact is common in the other transfiguring process of dresses of robe kind.
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 191~195
1. 의복재료 1) 소모방공업의 현황
Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles, volume 2, issue 1, 1978, Pages 196~201