In an industry that is fast becoming ever more seamless, a garment can be just as seamless as the fabric it comes from.
That’s because fabric is the key.
We have to think about what we’re wearing, how we’re going to do it, and what the fabric is going to be when we’re finished.
There’s a huge difference between a garment that has been designed with precision and one that has just been thrown together.
What’s the fabric going to look like when we put it on?
Where is the seam going to go?
What are the fabric patterns going to show up?
What is the lining going to feel like?
The answer to these questions is the fabric.
When you’re designing a garment, you want it to be as light as possible, yet as sturdy as possible.
And you also want it as versatile as possible as well.
A garment is not just a piece of fabric.
A seamless garment can have different textures and colours and patterns.
But the main thing you need to take into account is how it is going in and how it will come out.
When it comes to seamless fabrics, there are two fundamental elements: The fabric and the seam.
In this article, we’re looking at how fabric is woven and how the seams are woven.
It also looks at how we make sure our garments fit.
If you want to learn more about how fabrics are made, read our article on the history of fabrics.