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Volume 14, Issue 2
Application of Visual Illusion Patterns on Modern Women's Knitwear Design

Shi-Yu Liu & Guo-Xiang Yuan

Journal of Fiber Bioengineering & Informatics, 14 (2021), pp. 89-100.

Published online: 2021-06

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The jersey knitwear market occupies most of the knitting market due to its relatively simple manufacturing process and high public acceptance. Pattern design composed of some simple lines and geometric patterns usually applied to jersey knitwear, but it can not take advantage of knitting fabrics as much as possible. Therefore, in order to combine the merit of knitwear, the research process is as follows: firstly, learning about women's preferences for knitwear in their 30s and 50s through questionnaire distribution and in-store inquiries. Secondly, designing and producing urban women's knitwear collections with optical illusion patterns. The yarn used in this design experiment is mostly 100% 80s Australian wool, and the equipment is STOLL M1 plus--a computerized at knitting machine, all of which are provided and assisted by the FSF factory, Suzhou, China. It is nally determined that the jacquard pattern put into production is double-sided birdeye jacquard and air layer jacquard. In terms of the nal collection effect, the design ideas of "Fake Two Pieces" and "Simulated Pleated Skirt" are reflected in the collection named "chengSHi". The combination of knitwear and optical illusion patterns dramatically simpli es the production process and improves production efficiency owing to knitwear's one-piece weaving. Moreover, it also provides new inspiration for knitwear design.

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Optical Illusion Pattern Knitwear Design Pattern Design Visual Effects Flat Knitting

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yuanguoxiang@gmail.com (Guo-Xiang Yuan)

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@Article{JFBI-14-89, author = {Shi-Yu and Liu and and 16624 and College of Fashion and Design, Donghua University, West Yan'an Road, Changning District, Shanghai 200051, China and Shi-Yu Liu and Guo-Xiang and Yuan and yuanguoxiang@gmail.com and 16625 and College of Fashion and Design, Donghua University, West Yan'an Road, Changning District, Shanghai 200051, China and Guo-Xiang Yuan}, title = {Application of Visual Illusion Patterns on Modern Women's Knitwear Design}, journal = {Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics}, year = {2021}, volume = {14}, number = {2}, pages = {89--100}, abstract = {

The jersey knitwear market occupies most of the knitting market due to its relatively simple manufacturing process and high public acceptance. Pattern design composed of some simple lines and geometric patterns usually applied to jersey knitwear, but it can not take advantage of knitting fabrics as much as possible. Therefore, in order to combine the merit of knitwear, the research process is as follows: firstly, learning about women's preferences for knitwear in their 30s and 50s through questionnaire distribution and in-store inquiries. Secondly, designing and producing urban women's knitwear collections with optical illusion patterns. The yarn used in this design experiment is mostly 100% 80s Australian wool, and the equipment is STOLL M1 plus--a computerized at knitting machine, all of which are provided and assisted by the FSF factory, Suzhou, China. It is nally determined that the jacquard pattern put into production is double-sided birdeye jacquard and air layer jacquard. In terms of the nal collection effect, the design ideas of "Fake Two Pieces" and "Simulated Pleated Skirt" are reflected in the collection named "chengSHi". The combination of knitwear and optical illusion patterns dramatically simpli es the production process and improves production efficiency owing to knitwear's one-piece weaving. Moreover, it also provides new inspiration for knitwear design.

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TY - JOUR T1 - Application of Visual Illusion Patterns on Modern Women's Knitwear Design AU - Liu , Shi-Yu AU - Yuan , Guo-Xiang JO - Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics VL - 2 SP - 89 EP - 100 PY - 2021 DA - 2021/06 SN - 14 DO - http://doi.org/10.3993/jfbim00351 UR - https://global-sci.org/intro/article_detail/jfbi/19229.html KW - Optical Illusion Pattern KW - Knitwear Design KW - Pattern Design KW - Visual Effects KW - Flat Knitting AB -

The jersey knitwear market occupies most of the knitting market due to its relatively simple manufacturing process and high public acceptance. Pattern design composed of some simple lines and geometric patterns usually applied to jersey knitwear, but it can not take advantage of knitting fabrics as much as possible. Therefore, in order to combine the merit of knitwear, the research process is as follows: firstly, learning about women's preferences for knitwear in their 30s and 50s through questionnaire distribution and in-store inquiries. Secondly, designing and producing urban women's knitwear collections with optical illusion patterns. The yarn used in this design experiment is mostly 100% 80s Australian wool, and the equipment is STOLL M1 plus--a computerized at knitting machine, all of which are provided and assisted by the FSF factory, Suzhou, China. It is nally determined that the jacquard pattern put into production is double-sided birdeye jacquard and air layer jacquard. In terms of the nal collection effect, the design ideas of "Fake Two Pieces" and "Simulated Pleated Skirt" are reflected in the collection named "chengSHi". The combination of knitwear and optical illusion patterns dramatically simpli es the production process and improves production efficiency owing to knitwear's one-piece weaving. Moreover, it also provides new inspiration for knitwear design.

Shi-YuLiu & Guo-XiangYuan. (2021). Application of Visual Illusion Patterns on Modern Women's Knitwear Design. Journal of Fiber Bioengineering and Informatics. 14 (2). 89-100. doi:10.3993/jfbim00351
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