Fibre to Fabric by Hazel King


Fibre to Fabric by Hazel King

This is a fantastic series for budding fashion designers. It supports the study of textiles technology and provides fascinating information for students of art and others with a creative interest in textiles.It is packed with 'how to' techniques and project ideas. It features explanatory diagrams to help readers grasp the sometimes complex concepts. Where relevant, scientific explanations are covered to provide a full understanding of textiles. Careers information on the range of possible jobs and qualifications are highlighted throughout the books. It includes information for further reading, websites, places to visit, contacts and a glossary.

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48 pages
Interest Age: 11-14 years


Hazel King
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Publication date

9th April 2008



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