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View Resource The Textile Museum

The Textile Museum in Washington, D.C. and its website offer a great look into an oft-ignored medium. Historic textiles, functional textiles, and art textiles can all be found on this museum's website, thanks to the collecting savvy of George Hewitt Myers, who founded the museum in 1925. Visitors will enjoy learning about the Textile of the Month when they go to the "Collections" link, found...

View Resource FabricLink

Some say that the binding relationships between individuals are the fabric of human society, where others are more interested in, well, actual fabric. For those who are interested in the wide world of fabric and related topics, the FabricLink website is a fine place to learn about various fabrics, their care, fabric products, and the latest in fabric industry news and innovation. First-time...

View Resource Apparel, Fashion and Retail Merchandising Subject and Reference Links

Provided by the University of Wisconsin--Stout, this apparel, fashion, and retail merchandising reference guide provides Internet links to a number of excellent resources. Link categories include retail merchandising sites, companies, indexes and databases, periodicals, dictionaries, encyclopedias and handbooks, statistics, and advertising data. Please note, however, that a minority of the many...

View Resource Introduction to Textile Terms

This document is a brief glossary of terms used in textiles. It would be particularly useful for students in an introductory textiles course. The vocabulary used to describe textiles is often varied and unfamiliar and the terms on this list are a sample of common textile terms related to hand-made textiles. As it is only four pages long, and available in pdf form, it could easily be printed and...

View Resource InfoMat: Fashion Industry Business Information

InfoMat provides users with an extremely comprehensive source of company, industry, and market information about the international fashion industry. The site is well organized with an easy to navigate layout, and focuses on capturing and managing data about the apparel, textile and accessories industries. Users can find links to a wide variety of resources including company data, fashion news,...

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