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SECTION III:
QUALITY STANDARDS FOR TEXTILE USAGE
 
This section recognizes and identifies the standards for quality in textile
usage that give a garment a professional, finished look. These standards
address how a fabric functions and appears in a finished garment. They do
not address quality standards for individual textile fibers (cotton, silk, linen,
polyester, etc.), fabric structures (woven, knit, non-woven, etc.), or finishes
(even coloration, aligned print, etc.). Appropriate selection, handling and
usage of fabric during all the stages of a garment's construction should
produce a quality professional garment.
 
SELECTION OF FABRIC
   1. The fabric is compatible with the intended design and use. It has been
       examined for appropriate fiber content, hand, weight, texture, drape,
       transparency, weave and shape retention.
   2. The supporting fabrics (underlining, interlining, interfacing, lining,
       stay tape and trims) are compatible with the intended design and care
       of the garment.
   3. Woven fabric has lengthwise and crosswise threads at right angles.
   4. Knit fabric ribs are parallel to the edges and at right angles to the
       horizontal rows on the wrong side of the fabric.
   5. The fabric has been checked for flaws (unwanted dubs, printing
       errors, permanent wrinkles, snags, runs and fading). Any existing
       flaws are assessed and worked out of the design.
 
CUTTING
   1. The fabric and all supporting fabrics have been appropriately
       preshrunk, hand washed, machine washed and dried, steamed or dry
       cleaned.
   2. The fabric grain has been straightened, if necessary.
   3. The garment is cut on the appropriate grain (or yarn direction), so that
       it hangs as the garment was designed.
   4. Plaids, stripes and printed designs on the fabric match, in so far as
       possible, resulting from correct placement of the pattern pieces.
   5. The garment is cut with consistent nap, unless designed otherwise.
 

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