COURSE OUTLINE   SPRING 2021

Course Title:    Weave Design-II

Course Code:   WED -311

Credit Hours: 3

Lecturer: Nadeem Afraz

Email: nadeem.afraz@uos.edu.pk

 

INTRODUCTION TO COURSE

This course covers the advanced projects in woven textiles rendered on hand looms using 2 to 6 peddles. The students are also exposed to industrial weaving through visits to textile mills dealing particularly in tapestry and upholstery. Tours of carpet and rug making units are also an essential part of this course.

LEARNING OUTCOMES

After the successful completion of this course the students will be able to

Organize basic shaping elements for woven fabric for a certain end use advanced projects in woven textiles rendered on hand looms using 2 to 6 peddles.

 

POWERPOINT PRESENTATIONS, HANDOUTS ETC.

STUDIO PRACTICES, POWERPOINT UPLOADED

 

TEXTBOOKS TO BE USED FOR THE COURSE /ARTIST WORK / VIDEOS

  • Papanek, Victor J. Design for the Real World: Human Ecology and Social Change. Thames and Hudson, 2016.
  • Khandual, Asimananda. Applied Colour Science for Textiles: Computational Techniques Using Matlab. Springer Verlag, Singapor, 2018.
  • Meller, Susan, and Joost Elffers. Textile Designs: 200 Years of Patterns for Printed Fabrics Arranged by Motif, Color, Period and Design. Thames & Hudson, 2010.

 

COURSE CONTENT AND SCHEDULE

Week

Topics and Readings

1.

Brief Introduction of each process of weaving

2.

Design Fabric Formation Process

3.

Warp Preparation

4.

Warping

5.

Drawing-in on Loom

6.

Basic Weave Development (Plain-Baskets-Twill)

7.

Basic Weave Development (Twill & Satin & Sateen)

8.

Geometrical Pattern weaves development (Mock Leno)

9.

MID SEMESTER

10.

Geometrical Pattern weaves development (Mock Leno)

11.

Geometrical Pattern weaves development (Diamond)

12.

Experimental weave with different textile materials

13.

Color and weave effect in production process

14.

Weaves Combination

15.

Final Development Assignment (Stage:1)

16

Final Development Assignment (Stage:2)

17.

FINAL EXAM / PROJECT

 

ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Sessional: 20   (PowerPoint Presentations, Practical Assignments and Homework)

Mid exam: 30

Final exam: 50

 

RULES AND REGULATIONS

  • 75% Attendance will me must.
  • Cell Phones should be silent during class

Course Material