This work suggests innovative printed scarf designs using crochet motifs as a source of influence and inspiration to add a modern sense to crochet as a traditional craft, keeping up with fashion and creating a competitive product. This work used Adobe Photoshop CS6 software to enhance the images of the original motifs and then saved them in a PNG format with a transparent background and then used them for scarf designs. Eight rectangular and four square scarves were designed in predetermined dimensions. The suggested scarf designs were printed on chiffon and satin fabrics using the sublimation printing method. Finally, the designs have been statistically investigated by specialists in the clothing and textile fields and final printed scarves to evaluate the originality of the idea, quality of the design, and final product according to Likert's five-point scale. There was a statistical significance that the proposed scarf designs created an acceptable competitive product according to the questionnaire
Hashish, Heba Zakaria Abou and Al-Zean, Camellia Mousa Mohamed
"Innovative Printed Scarf Designs Utilizing Crochet Motifs,"
International Design Journal: Vol. 12:
2, Article 15.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/faa-design/vol12/iss2/15