Abstract

Garments were created using a single width of natural undyed British wool cloth. The construction was such that the garments could easily be deconstructed at the end of life. The superior quality of the cloth allowed for longevity of use and therefore further garments could be made from the cloth. Electrospun nonwoven textile was created to shape to add further pieces to the garment without creating any waste. This electrospun nonwoven could be broken down at the end of life and reused again and again to the same quality.
Original languageEnglish
Media of outputTextile
Publication statusPublished - 10 Oct 2018

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