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Publisher: Kasetsart University
Languages: English
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Clothing comfort is one of the major concerns in the clothing industry. Various pattern making methods have been introduced to the industry with consideration to clothing comfort. This study evaluates four pattern making methods known as the ESMOD, Bunka, Aldrich, and Armstrong methods. The work focuses on trouser patterns and uses two subjects who have similar height, weight and BMI but have different body shapes and body sizes. The body measurement data of the two subjects were collected using a three-dimensional body scanner and patterns of the four different methods were developed accordingly. The fit of experimental garments were examined by two subjects and experts using questionnaires and were analysed.
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    • [4] Bunka Fashion College, Bunka fashion series garment design textbook 3 - Skirts and Pants, Bunka Fashion College, South Korea (2010)
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