Junior Studio: Untapped Potential

  • Sketchbook Exploration #1
  • Secondary Research Iterations
  • Starting fabrics & bought more fabrics as the project progressed
  • Floss to show color scheme and how they will translate to a fabric color
  • First Round of Print Ideation 
  • Playing with the idea of lighter colors not just blue schemes 
  • Wanted the print design to represent ice breaking and layered relationships
  • Starting to see the concept being developed and realized even more
  • Mock up test for application of the design was shown to Professor Hand
  • Original Print design that was later turned into a mirror repeat design
  • Final Print Design after 6 or 7 rounds of ideation and help from Spoonflower Printing Company
  • Checking to make sure there are no printing errors from Spoonflower
  • Final Fabric,Color, & Trim Board 
  • Modeling Duster patterns in textile paper before I move on to the next step
  • Original Draped Duster 
  • Duster & Swing Dress Muslin 
  • Draping Knitwear for Look #2
  • Checking the skirt patterns on the dress form alongside the tested sample shirt
  • Beginning construction of Look #1
  • Playing with the chiffon trying to visualize the swing and structure that could be created 
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    Starting to see Look #1 take shape
     
     
  • Look #1 After spring break and then corrections to garment
  • Sewing in chiffon for the duster for look #1 working through the problems
  • Testing chiffon strips to see if using the stream setting or spray setting is better
  • Thinking hard almost ready for finalizing the spray dyes
  • Testing Chiffon Strips to see how the dye will react with mixture
  • A closer look jacquard dye mixed with white paint
  • Hand painting the skirt and spraying with bottle
  • Look #1 - on dress form
  • Look #1 Back View - on dress form
  • Look #2 - Front View
  • Look #2 Back View - on dress form