Experimental knits dealing with 3-dimensional surfaces with pocketed inserts, ottomans, and flaps to discover the complex structural possibilities of the industrial knit and material manipulation such as plying yarns, dyeing, and felting.
All knits are designed on StollM1 Plus and knitted on CMS 530 and CMS 330.
Understanding language of needle action from manual machine to programming specific fabric behavior
Behavior of fabric widely ranges depending on the fiber content of yarn whether it is protein, cellulosic, synthetic or combinations.
Transformation of fabric through finishes by dyeing, heat press, felting, embroidery, etc. Utilizing processes specific to designated fibers.