Silver Moon Striations
- Eulanda A. Sanders (Colorado State University)
This computerized machine-knitted sleeveless dress was a study in creating garments with engineered front and back double-pointed darts by transferring stitches on the bed of needles. An asymmetrical garment, without side seams, with the colors of a silver moon as the source of inspiration was created. A rayon cream-colored yarn and a black cotton/rayon yarn were used, then dyed with shades of gray. The neckline was created with single crochet and fringe attached afterwards.
How to Cite:
Sanders, E. A., (1998) “Silver Moon Striations”, International Textile and Apparel Association Annual Conference Proceedings 1999(2).