Blurring the boundaries: contemporary knitwear and fashion

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Abstract

The garment exhibited is knitted to fit the individual 3d body shape of a larger sized woman. Flechage and wale transfer has been used to create additional 3d space where the body surface and fabric collide.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jul 2006
Eventexhibition - Fairfield Museum and Gallery, Sydney, Australia, 1 July - 1 Sep 2006
Duration: 1 Jul 2006 → …

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Blurring the boundaries: contemporary knitwear and fashion. Haffenden, Victoria (Author/Creator). 2006. Event: exhibition, Fairfield Museum and Gallery, Sydney, Australia, 1 July - 1 Sep 2006.

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