10 May '11, 7am

This : Zero Waste Sewing #Share

Currently the industry wastes about 15% of fabric used in garment construction. Zero-waste designers must truly innovate by specifically engineering their designs to not only look great but reduce waste and, by doing so, even cut manufacturing costs. Sometimes it means creating pattern pieces that fit together like a puzzle, other times it means no cutting but folding, draping and stitching the fabric into shape.

Full article: http://craftingagreenworld.com/2011/05/10/zero-waste-sewing/

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