TEXTILE DESIGNS

Textile design refers to the patterns or prints on the woven, knitted, printed or surface ornamented fabrics. Fiber, yarns and finishing of the final product, are the key things that need to be kept in mind. There are several ways to print a fabric. They can be printed through hand block printing, screen printing, digital printing or through any other dyeing technique. Prints or motifs on the fabric are the added features or elements on the fabric that add an edge to the solid color of the garment. Such motifs or prints add a striking feature to the fabric and look appealing. Though there are a lot of techniques through which these prints are applied on the fabric.

fabric prints

These prints add a striking feature to the garment and make it look alluring. Some of the basic patterns like stripes, paisleys, polka dots and abstract prints that we have known and are wearing it since ages. Textile design is a very critical term, it started off with people incorporating these prints in their apparels and then later, these prints have ruled the accessory world, with being printed on handbags and footwear to cushions, curtains and other upholstery products. The running trend is print on print with decorating yourself in different prints. This trend added a striking feature and came to be noticed as a whole. Ikat, wherein the yarns were pre-dyed and now, where prints are incorporated on the fabric; textile design industry has come a long way since then. There is a great demand among people for these beautifully printed fabrics.

  1. CHECKS

Checks fabric collection

Checks are a modified stripe pattern, where horizontal and vertical stripes coincide to produce beautiful pattern of checks. These multi-color boxes look alluring on any apparel or upholstery product. The check pattern is also used in many areas other than textile styles. Checked designs are very versatile, but work especially well with country looks. Checks are an age old print, but look amazing till date and are apt for people of all age groups.

  1. POLKA DOTS

Polka Dots Fabric

Polka dot print consists of a large array of dots of the same size, scattered all over the surface of the fabric. Such prints are worn by people and carried in handbags, and also in footwear. Polkas are an age old trend and adds value to the look of the product. Occasionally black and white dots look formal however, multi-coloured polkas look playful and add a happiness to your mundane routine.

  1. PAISLEYS

Paisleys

Paisleys are an ornamental design which uses buta or a tear drop shaped motif that is generally used in traditional apparels, to add aesthetic appeal. Paisleys are used to add traditional appeal on pockets or on hand cuffs. However, accessories like handbags are also printed in paisleys and they look pretty when worn with any contemporary garment.

  1. CHEVRON

Chevron prints

A Chevron print consists of inverted “v” shapes in what looks like a zigzag pattern. Currently riding high in popularity, chevron is a pattern of zigzagging stripes, typically in two alternating colors. A Chevron is a variation to the zigzag and is also made of flowing stripes that peak on opposite sides of the line of symmetry. However, it is not made of solid stripes. This pattern has an especially retro vibe to it.

  1. DAMASK

Damask Print

Damask, similar to brocade; is woven on a Jacquard loom and has a raised design woven into the fabric, usually a floral pattern. Damask print looks like a weave because the warp and weft yarns are directly dyed to form such a raised print pattern. It gives an edge to the fabric by giving it a 3D look.

  1. FLORAL

Floral Prints

Floral print is an abstract arrangement of flowers on the fabric. These printed florals are good for any occasion and can be worn by people of all age groups. Floral design or flower arrangement is the art of using plant and flower prints to create a pleasing and balanced composition. Floral texture enhances the feel, appearance, or characteristics of a surface.

Textile printing is the process of applying color in definite patterns and designs. Fabrics that are properly printed have color bonded with the fiber, so as to resist color from fading while washing or applying friction. There are several ways by which these prints can be incorporated on the fabric. Handblock printing, tie and dye and screen printing are a few ways. Fine prints of flowers, animals and several abstract designs; gives an interesting face to a simple fabric. Printing patterns on textiles; like linen, cotton or silk is an easy process, and such fabrics produce fine colors on being printed. The Design Cart has a huge collection of printed fabrics in beautiful color combinations. This online fabric store offers you to beautifully printed fabrics at wholesale prices.

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