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pocket where piece is applied to surface of garment
patch
pocket inserted into seam opening
inseam
pocket where front pattern angled at corner
front hip
pocket inserted into cut in garment fabric
slashed
styles of patch pockets
-key
-cargo
-bellows
pockets that are:
-anywhere
-any shape
-any size
-topstitched (or invisibly hand stitched)
patch pockets
pockets were size is adaptable to men's, women's or children's scale
inseam
quality function of this pocket: reinforcement stitching at base of pocket opening
inseam
pocket:
-pants & skirts
-curved or angled
-horizontally or vertically oriented
front hip
styles of front hip pocket
-quarter
-western/continental
-most complicated & expensive pocket
-cut into fabric
slashed
styles of slashed pockets
-single welt
-double welt
-flap
also called upright flap or besom
single welt (in slashed category)
also called buttonhole or bound
double welt (in slashed category)
hacking version: downwardly angled flap (usually on coats or jackets)
flap (in slashed category)
the 2 categories of trims
-linear
-area
trim that defines or follows agarnent edge or seamline
linear
trim that decorates an interior garment section
area
-topstitching
-band
-binding
-ruffle
-shaped edge (i.e. scalloped)
-piping
-cording
-ribbon
-passementerie (assort. of braids & ribbons)
examples of linear trim
-logos (applied, printed, or embroidered)
-applied, printed, or embroidered design
-pleating, tucking
-beading
-quilting
-smocking
-pieces of contrasting color, color blocking
examples of area trims
fabric characterisitics determined by
-fiber characteristics
-yarn characteristics
-fabrics structural characteristics
-finishes