| 6. The marking technique selected for the fashion fabric leaves no |
residue mark on the face of the fabric.
|CONSTRUCTION TECHNIQUES |
| 1. Construction techniques are appropriate for the weight, firmness, fiber |
content, structure, durability and design of the fabric.
| 2. The fabric retains its shape during construction, unless by design, such |
| 3. There are no snags, pulls, stains or other damage during construction. |
| 4. Also refer to Section I: Quality Standards in Clothing Construction. |
| 1. The fit of the garment on the body does not distort the grain of the |
fabric other than that intended by design.
| 2. The fabric lies on the body according to design. |
| 3. The fabric drapes correctly on the body. |
| 4. The fabric hangs smoothly, free from inappropriate wrinkles and |
| 5. Sufficient ease has been allowed for the weight and structure of the |
| 6. Also refer to Section 11: Quality Standards for Fit of a Custom |
| 1. The garment surface is smooth and free from wrinkles. |
| 2. The original appearance of the fabric has been maintained. It is: |
| - free from any construction markings |
| - free from over pressing or iron imprints |
| - free from shine, scorching or melting |
| - free from flattened nap, pile or texture |
| - free from imprints of construction on the face of the garment |
| - free from stretching or shrinking |
| - free from water or mineral spots, dirt or stains.
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