Yeah I really had no idea about the digital/roller printing 1...question 5 i think has 2 be A coz if u dyed the yarns in a non-woven fabric, it'd b almost impossible to lay them so they were in perfect stripes *ahhh so hard to explain* ...fibres in non wovens r usually pretty randomly placed (i think) so I cant really see how they could get them in a stripe pattern real successfully.
Which of the following fabrics requires yarn dyeing to achieve the same colour design on both sides of the fabric?
(a) woolen check
(b) tie-dyed jersey
(c) striped non-woven
(d) cotton floral print
We've also been talking about;
Which of the following techniques would be used to reproduce a single large logo onto fine fabric for use as a promotional banner on the exterior of a multi-storey building?
(a) block printing
(b) computer-linked embroidery
(c) digital imaging
(d) roller printing
i made a flower.. a stargazer lily, in fact. the petals made the skirt, and the top was a boob tube in green.. like the flower was upside down.
mine got to skool before any of the exams started..but i dunno if i wanna go pick it up coz it might be worse than i remember.. i had to make it flat for postage, n it looked way betta all curled up.. grr...
as far as the MC's go, for the yarn dyed one i put woollen check, coz the others are either impossible or too difficult to be bothered doing, and for the other one i was tossing up between roller an digital, but i left it as roller.. :S but what got me was why would you make an outdoor banner/sign out of a fine fabric?
ah, well. its all done now, nothin we can do to change it!!