Journal of Textile Science & Engineering

ISSN: 2165-8064

Open Access

Current Issue

Volume 11, Issue 2 (2021)

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    pioneering technologies, and improved understanding of textile materials

    Taher Kaddar

    JTSE introduces pioneering technologies, and improved understanding of textile materials, processes, chemistry and systems. It will encourage interdisciplinary research which will share newly developed technology, theory and techniques in the fashion and textile industries in the field of Fashion Technology - includes research in fashion design, pattern cutting, apparel production and manufacturing technology and in Textile Engineering deals with all activities and methods which are involved in the process of textile manufacturing. It is concerning to the design and organize of the fiber, apparel and textile process, machinery and products. This journal is main aims to publish including the all topics of fashion technology and textile engineering by the form of all type of articles, Books and video articles to reach the fashion world.

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    In order to address the needs of the current Covid-19 Pandemic

    Prof. Changguo Wang

    In order to address the needs of the current Covid-19 Pandemic for a safe face mask that can be worn for everyday wear published scientific

    Research was culled and utilized in the design and materials for creating the Homemade with Love (HWL) filtered cloth mask.

    Researchers from the Argonne National Laboratory at the University of Chicago in the United States reported that high thread counts 100 percent

    Plain woven cotton or cotton blends, along with a combination of layering of different fabrics, with electrostatic-based filtration produces a mask

    That can block “a vast majority of aerosol particles.” The HWL facemask meets the researcher’s findings, and it is compliant with the Center for

    Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for homemade masks .

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    The two Categories of leather alternatives

    Stephen J Russell

    The two Categories of leather alternatives included Vegan Leather (mostly made with plastic coatings) and Eco-Friendly Leather alternative (materials that

    Are “good” for the environment).

    With a convenience sample (N=11) of fashion design students/consumers, data was collected via questionnaire with open and closed-ended

    Questions, including questions about the participant’s knowledge and experience with purchasing leather and leather alternative products. Their

    Knowledge of leather processing was also questioned.

    The key results were that participants had various perspectives and attitudes about using leather and leather alternatives. Most had not heard of

    More than one of the eco-friendly leather alternatives that was listed on the questionnaire and most did not have knowledge of the leather producing

    Process. Those who had taken textiles courses previously stated that they covered leather and/or its alternatives either very little or not at all.

    The findings have implications for various stakeholders including leather alternative manufacturers, fashion programs and instructors, textbook

    Producers and retail establishments. A need was discovered to define specific terms to explain the differences between leather alternatives that

    Use plastic toxins vs. leather alternatives that were better for the environment. Leather alternative terms were used interchangeably which could

    Confuse consumers with what they were actually purchasing.

    The conclusion was that leather alternative manufacturers could use these findings to see the need to better educate their consumers. Some of

    The education that could be included is exposure to specifics about their products in terms of construction and components used in relationship to

    Environmental and sustainability concerns. This specific information is not widely available to consumers and more education is necessary

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    Pleating is a sophisticated fabric manipulation

    Xiaogang Chen

    Pleating is a sophisticated fabric manipulation that has been practiced for thousands of years. In his 2016 exhibition ‘Manus X Machina’, Andrew Bolton listed pleating as an important couture technique along with embroidery, leather work and other garment production techniques. How pleating advances with technology and the new way to pleat have become issues in the garment production industry. Workshop preparation offers an opportunity to locate the study in a nonformal ‘laboratory’ condition in which concepts are challenged, presented and examined. Through working with the local community and a design professional in higher education, this research searches for unconventional perspectives from conducting experiments in academic and non-academic contexts and inspirations for future study

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    Journal of Textile Science & Engineering

    Mazeyar Parvinzadeh Gashti

     Journal of Textile Science & Engineering is a peer-reviewed scientific journal covering high quality manuscripts both relevant and applicable to the broad field of textile science with special emphasis on original research findings relevant for developing country.


    The objective of this journal is to maintain and develop science and related research at an international level. In order to achieve this, it is important to bring into light about textile science & engineering, applied arts, color science, fashion technology, material sciences, medical textile, textile design, textile engineering, textile science, fiber engineering, finishing, dyeing, apparel, nonwoven, leather.

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