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Flame Resistant Cotton (Series: A Merrow Textile Technology)

By Reeves

Woodhead Publishing Limited / CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. NA

$11.06

Indian Embroidery Techniques at the Calico Museum of Textiles: A Working Guide, Part A

By Professor Anne Morrell

Sarabhai Foundation/Calico Museum of Textiles, 1999. First edition. Softcover. New. 23 x 28 cm. Part A 1. EMBROIDERY STITCHES 1.1 chain: couching: cretan 1.2 buttonhole: fly: satin: stem 1.3 cretan: darning 1.4 interlaced patterns 1.5 herringbon 2. QUILTING: DARNING AND PATTERN-DARNING 2.1 quilting 2.2 kantha quilting 2.3 surface darning 2.4 darned patterns Printed Pages: 22. NA

$19.88

Fluorescent Whitening Agents (Series: Merrow Technical Library on Textiles)

By Sarkar

Woodhead Publishing Limited / CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. NA

$11.06

Apparel and Textile Exports: Strategies for WTO Era

By Pradeep Joshi

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2006. First edition. Softcover. New. The Uruguay round of negotiations resulting in a ten year phase-out of export quotas under the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing presented a great opportunity and also a challenge to Indian textile industry. Though India has emerged as one of the main textile and apparel exporting countries low and stagnant market share in the world trade comparatively lower unit value realization lack of presence in high value segment and aggressive performance of competitors has made i\ necessary for Indian industry to strategies its act for WTO era. This book reveals the sources of competitive advantage for Indian textile (fabric) and apparel exports. An attempt has been made to understand Indias competitiveness in textile and apparel industry in WTO era with focus on assessment of Competitiveness of fabric sector to fulfill the requirement of apparel industry. This book will provide directions to Indian textile and apparel manufacturers and exporters. Its in-depth analysis will help researchers and policy-makers and will be of immense value to students of professional programmes and knowledge- seekers in the area of global apparel and textile trade. Printed Pages: 217. NA

$14.81

Effective Implementation of Quality Management Systems

By B. Purushothama

Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. New. Quality Management Systems plays an increasingly important role in the textile industry, both from the point of view of industry and consumer expectations. Effective implementation of quality management systems reviews effective ways of implementing these systems in textile industry or any other industry as well. The book discusses ways of planning and establishing the quality management systems, implementing them through out the organization, monitoring and measuring the performance, correcting the deviations and taking preventive actions with the involvement of people and a committed management. With a distinguished author having an experience of more than 18 years of implementing ISO 9001, the book will be an important reference work for the textile people and those who want to implement quality management systems wholeheartedly. Printed Pages: 160. NA

$56.07

Integration of Fashion Value Chain: Destination India

By Bheda Rajesh

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2004. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. Integration of Fashion Value Chain: Destination IndiaBheda Rajesh9788123911526

$9.00

Managing Productivity in Apparel Industry

By Bheda Rajesh,Michael T. Fralix (Forwd)

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2006. First edition. Hardcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. Managing Productivity in Apparel IndustryBheda Rajesh,Michael T. Fralix (Forwd)9788123909219

$18.56

Indian Embroidery Techniques at the Calico Museum of Textiles: A Working Guide, Part D

By Professor Anne Morrell

Sarabhai Foundation/Calico Museum of Textiles, 2008. 2nd edition. Softcover. New. 23 x 28 cm. Part D 7. EMBROIDERY WITH A HOOK 7.1 chain 7.2 beads: sequins 8. APPLIQUE AND PATCHWORK 8.1 fold: cut 8.2 fold: cut: press: 8.3 fold: cut: press: motifs 8.4 stitches: joining Printed Pages: 18. NA

$19.88

V&A pattern: William Morris

By Linda Parry

Lustre/Roli Books, 2009. Hardcover. New. Few British homes have not used Morris designs in one form or another, as a revival of interest in William Morris`s works took place throughout the second half of the twentieth century. These popular repeating patterns are easy on the eye and possess a timeless quality that sits well on the fashions of our age. They are also a reminder of the joys of the British countryside and have a modern appeal, surprising to find, in work created over 120 years ago. William Morris (1834-1896) began designing patterns for his own use, but he also wanted to improve the general standards of decorative design in Britain - and the conditions of manufacturing. This desire led him to establish his own workshops, the first in Queen near Wimbledon in south London. Morris & Co. designed not only home interiors, but also a wide range of products for the home, including stained-glass windows, furniture, decorated tiles, printed and woven textile furnishings, carpets and tapestries. Wallpapers were made for the firm by Jeffrey & Co., a leading nineteenth-century London manufacturer and sold exclusively in Britain in the Morris & Co. shop in Oxford Street and through agents in major cities throughout Europe, America and Australia. Repeating designs decorated many of these products and the a great extent on the artistic skills of William Morris and a small group of other designers working for the company he founded. Printed Pages: 66. V&A pattern: William MorrisLinda Parry9788174367150

$18.56

Handbook of Textile Design: Principles, Processes and Practice
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Handbook of Textile Design: Principles, Processes and Practice

By Jacquie Wilson

Woodhead Publishing Limited / CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2001. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. NA

$26.07

An Introduction to Textile Printing

By W. Clarke

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. Introduction to Textile PrintingW. Clarke9781855739949

$26.06

Indian Embroidery Techniques at the Calico Museum of Textiles: A Working Guide (Parts A, B, C and D packed in a cloth folder)

By Professor Anne Morrell

Sarabhai Foundation/Calico Museum of Textiles. Softcover. New. 27 x 30 cm. 4 reference booklets in an accordion format which can be opened up and pinned on a tack board as a Teaching Aid. Part A (1999) 1. EMBROIDERY STITCHES 1.1 chain: couching: cretan 1.2 buttonhole: fly: satin: stem 1.3 cretan: darning 1.4 interlaced patterns 1.5 herringbon 2. QUILTING: DARNING AND PATTERN-DARNING 2.1 quilting 2.2 kantha quilting 2.3 surface darning 2.4 darned patterns Part B (2016) 3. COUNTED-THREAD 3.1 darning 3:2 double running 3:3 straight: cross 4. WHITEWORK 4.1 applique: shadow work: stitches Part C (2016) 5. MIRROR WORK 5.1 mirrors 5.2 methods of attaching mirror 5.3 surrounding mirrors 6. METAL WORK 6.1 metal thread: purls: sequins 6.2 beads: cowrie shells: tassels Part D (2008) 7. EMBROIDERY WITH A HOOK 7.1 chain 7.2 beads: sequins 8. APPLIQUE AND PATCHWORK 8.1 fold: cut 8.2 fold: cut: press: 8.3 fold: cut: press: motifs 8.4 stitches: joining Printed Pages: 68. NA

$80.63

Principles of Textile Testing (Third Edition)

By J.E. Booth

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 1996. 3rd edition. Softcover. New. This textbook has been written for textile students and others who require an introduction to the methods by which the physical and mechanical properties of textile materials and products are measured and investigated. In a very real sense the book has been written by many authors because in preparing the text the writer cast himself in the role of a collector of scattered information. The sources of the information are diverse: lecture notes, standard textbooks, trade journals, manufacturers` instruction books, research journals, and discussion with practicing textile technologists. The book should not be read in isolation but in conjunction with such publications as the British Standards Handbook No. II, `Methods of Test for Textiles. In this book the edition referred to is that published in 1963, and the page numbers quoted are of that edition. Printed Pages: 579. NA

$18.75

Modern Approach to Maintenance in spinning

By Neeraj Niijjhawan,Rasshmi Niijjhawan

Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. New. Modern Approach to Maintenance in Spinning is a simple and accessible guide to the knowledge required to fulfill the role of a maintenance manager in a textile mill. Covering the complete maintenance management program, the book will give a basic all-round understanding of even the small spare parts used in the machineries of spinning mill; hence it will be very useful for the shop-floor technicians also. Students of diploma and degrees of textile technology will find that the fundamental principles of the subject are explained in the simplest way for proper understanding. The book will be helpful for them as a practical guide when they join textile manufacturing unit. Neeraj Nijhawan is an industrial engineer with extensive hands-on, meticulous, bottom line-oriented experience of over 17 years in managing and delivering high quality spun yarn products. Presently, he is working as an Astt. General Manager (Technical) in a textile mill in Indonesia. Printed Pages: 450. NA

$112.32

The Fabric of India

By Rosemary Crill (Ed.)

V&A Publishing/Lustre Press/Roli Books, 2015. First edition. Hardcover. New. 25 x 29 cm. This sumptuous book is a wide-ranging yet accessible overview of the making, design, and use of textiles from the Indian subcontinent. Focusing on individual objects, it explores in great detail the materials and techniques used in their manufacture and discusses centres of production, patronage, markets and designs. It is the first truly comprehensive book on the subject, featuring lavishly illustrated chapters interspersed with analysis of 18 unique objects of world-historical importance, including a Kashmir map shawl, Tipu Sultan`s tent, and a remarkable eighteenth-century temple hanging from South India and an Abraham & Thakore sari. While many people are familiar with aspects of South Asian textiles - Mughal velvets, chintzes for the Western markets or rural embroideries, for example - this book aims to surprise, inspire, delight and inform readers with an extraordinary range of material, much of it being published for the first time. From ancient survivals to contemporary couture that reflects the richness and dynamism of Indian textile heritage. As well as presenting great historical masterpieces, the importance and variety of basic fibres - silk, cotton, wool - from which Indian textiles are traditionally made is emphasized, and the remarkable techniques of weaving, printing, dyeing and embroidery that have lead them to be prized across the world are illustrated with specially commissioned photography. Printed Pages: 248. NA

$131.25

Fundamentals of Designing for Textiles and Others End Uses

By J.W. Parchure

Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., 2009. Hardcover. New. The book covers the essential aspects of textile designs and would be useful to the students aspiring for career in textile designing. The book deals with the difference between textile designs and other designs, general rules, salient features of textile designs, etc. It covers many important products in textiles and also includes chapters on embroidery, laces designs, etc. The book concludes with the role of computer in textile designing. The book also includes three hundred illustrations, including diagrams and finished designs in various illustrations. JW Parchure, with more than 19 years of experience in Textile designing and 33 years in Commercial designing, is conversant with both. Besides he participated in art exhibitions all over India, acquiring some prizes. He also held exhibitions of his paintings in Gallerie Taj Caribe, New York, in 1974 and in Mumbai in 2003. Printed Pages: 79. NA

$74.82

Textile Sizing
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Textile Sizing

By Bhuvenesh C. Goswami,David M. Hall,Rajesh D. Anandjiwala

CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2009. Hardcover. New. Helping you keep pace with rapid developments in the field, Textile Sizing documents the rapidly changing scenario in textile processing and research in sizing. The authors analyze new fibers, spinning methods, and weaving techniques affecting textile production and studies the impact of fiber properties, yarn quality, sizing processes and materials, and chemical and mechanical phenomena on efficient textile manufacturing and development. Numerous tables dispersed throughout the text provide specific guidance on the wide range of processes involved in textile sizing. Illustrating the necessity and value of sizing techniques in the modern textile industry, this reference helps you -Predict the efficiency of their sizing methods -Master process controls, warping and sizing operations, and modern instrumentation techniques -Analyze developments in draw warping and system sizing for reduction of operating costs -Understand the importance of desizing and its effect on size recovery and environmental pollution -Study the behavior of the warp during weaving and the structural differences between various yarns Textile Sizing is invaluable for physical, surface, colloid, textile, materials, polymer, plastics, and fiber chemists; industrial, manufacturing, textile, fiber, and composite engineers; and upper-level undergraduate and graduate students in these disciplines. Printed Pages: 400. NA

$112.31

Twistless Yarns (Series: A Merrow Textile Technology)

By Selling

Woodhead Publishing Limited / CBS Publishers & Distributors Pvt. Ltd., 2004. First edition. Softcover. New. Printed Pages: 0. Twistless Yarns (Series: A Merrow Textile Technology)Selling9781855739864

$11.06

Statistics for Textile and Apparel Management

By J. Hayavadana

Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., 2012. Hardcover. New. Statistics for textile and apparel management deals with the fundamental principles of statistical methods and their applications in textile production. This may be in fibre, yarn or fabric manufacture and across any of the allied processes such as dyeing, printing and finishing. This book is an ideal reference for textile technologists and students. Printed Pages: 360. NA

$104.82

Handbook of Worsted Wool and Blended Suiting Process

By R.S. Tomar

Woodhead Publishing India Pvt. Ltd., 2010. Hardcover. New. Over the years, worsted wool has been a popular choice for men`s trousers, pleated skirts for women, and both men`s suits and sport jackets. Because worsted wool is so durable, it wells very well and also drapes easily, making it an ideal fabric for all sorts of garments. In this book all processes carried out up to grey fabric stage are explained with visual aids and the quality test procedures are mentioned. Faults visible in fabric can be back traced to either of these processes. Hence fabric defects have been categorised as spinning, weaving, dyeing and processing faults and also as mending faults arising due to mistakes in the fault removal or mending process. The book describes each fault along with possible causes of generation with visual aids wherever possible. Efforts have been made to cover various fabric faults along with remedial action and fabric swatches. Printed Pages: 146. NA

$56.07

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