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A Comparative Study on the Raglan-Sleeve Patterns According to the Construction Factors(II) (구성요인에 따른 래글런 소매패턴의 비교 연구(II) - 개발된 소매패턴의 평가를 중심으로 -)

  • 이경화;조재희
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Costume
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    • v.53 no.8
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    • pp.1-10
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    • 2003
  • The purpose of this study was to verify fitness of a new raglan sleeve pattern according to the result of appearance and function evaluation. Also, it was to search the relation between the construction factor and the function on the selected 3 types of the existent raglan sleeve patterns and the new sleeve pattern. Three female university students having different shoulder shapes were selected as subjects, wore 4 different types of the raglan steeve was evaluated by professional panel. The functions of the evaluated sleeve patterns evaluated was made by the wearer themselves. According to the comparison of the new raglan sleeve pattern with the existent raglan sleeve pattern, the new raglan sleeve pattern acquired the higher evaluation scores both on the appearance test and the function evaluation. It was known that the appearance and function of the raglan sleeve pattern were effected by construction factors of the sleeve pattern.

The Sleeve-Cap Part Drafting Method of the General-Purpose Sleeve Pattern and the Verification of Compatibility

  • Cho, Kyung-Hee
    • Journal of Fashion Business
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    • v.16 no.3
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    • pp.78-94
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    • 2012
  • This study devised and drew custom sleeve patterns by using a regression equation with the data from 7 models along with the sleeve that was slightly modified to make the general-purpose sleeve pattern. To devise a general-purpose sleeve pattern, the sleeve pattern was drawn as an object for comparison by applying the Bunka drafting system (sleeve pattern by the Bunka drafting system) to the basic upper garment. Actual sleeves, made by using the three types of patterns above, were created and tested by models. Next, 30 panel members participated in a sight test of the compatibility of the sleeves to examine the validity of the sleeve drafting method acquired using the regression equation. The test proved that the custom sleeve pattern and the general-purpose sleeve pattern were more suitable for the characteristics of arm structures. Thus, the new sleeve-cap part drafting method using the regression equation was shown to have validity. As a result, since a very significant correlation was obtained for the body measurement figures and the basic pattern of the adequate basic pattern of the sleeves, this study concludes that it is possible to come up with primary data that can be widely used by increasing the number of subjects.

A Study on the Sleeve Pattern Design of the 19th Century -Focused on the Two-piece Sleeve of the Ladies' Jacket of the 1890's- (19세기 소매 패턴에 관한 연구 -1890년대 여성 재킷의 두장 소매를 중심으로-)

  • Moon, Myeng-Ok
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.44 no.9
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    • pp.31-39
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    • 2006
  • This study was conducted to reproduce the two-piece sleeve pattern of the ladies' jacket of the 1890's for Korean women of the twenties who have the standard body type and the average size. Fourteen two-piece sleeve patterns of the ladies 'jacket of the 1890's were collected and drawn to actual size. The length and width proportion of the upper-sleeve and under-sleeve pattern of the ladies' jacket of the 1890's were similar to the two-piece sleeve pattern of jacket which we see now. The elbow line of the two-piece sleeve pattern of the ladies' jacket of the 1890's was lower than the two-piece sleeve of jacket of today. The cap of the sleeve of the ladies' jacket of the 1890's was gathered and this gave volume to the upper part of sleeve but the lower part of the sleeve was tight. The study pattern of two-piece sleeve pattern which had the characteristics of the sleeve pattern of the ladies' jacket of the 1890's was designed like for Korean women of the twenties who have the standard body type and the average size through modifications based on the evaluation of dressing on two occasions. The study pattern was evaluated to have the silhouette of the sleeve of the ladies' jacket of the 1890's and to fit Korean women of the twenties who have the standard body type and the average size with the sensory test.

A Study on the Leg of Mutton Sleeve Pattern Design of the Ladies' Costume of the 1890's (1890년대 여성복의 Leg of Mutton Sleeve 패턴 설계에 관한 연구)

  • Moon, Myeng-Ok
    • Fashion & Textile Research Journal
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    • v.11 no.1
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    • pp.130-139
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    • 2009
  • This study was conducted to reproduce the Leg of Mutton Sleeve pattern of the ladies' costume of the 1890's for Korean women of the twenties who have the standard body type and the average size. Nineteen Leg of Mutton Sleeve patterns of the ladies' costume of the 1890's were collected and drawn to actual size. Nineteen Leg of Mutton Sleeve patterns of the ladies' costume of the 1890's were classified into three groups(S1~S3) by the pattern pieces and the bend of the lower part of the elbow line. The S1 was one-piece sleeve pattern and the lower part of the elbow line of S1 was not bent. The gathers volume of sleeve cap of S1 was smaller than S2 and S3. The S2 was one-piece sleeve pattern and the lower part of the elbow line of S2 was bent. The S2 pattern had typical characteristics of the Leg of Mutton Sleeve that the gathers volume of sleeve cap was large and the lower part of elbow line was tight. The S3 was two-piece sleeve pattern and the lower part of the elbow line of S3 was bent. The gathers volume of sleeve cap of S3 was similar with S2. The study patterns of three groups of the Leg of Mutton Sleeve which had the characteristics and the silhouette of the Leg of Mutton Sleeve pattern of the ladies' costume of the 1890's were designed like for Korean women of the twenties who have the standard body type and the average size through modifications based on the evaluation of dressing on two occasions. The study pattern of three groups of the Leg of Mutton Sleeve were evaluated to have the silhouette of the Leg of Mutton Sleeve of the 1890's and to fit Korean women of the twenties who have the standard body type and the average size with the sensory test.

Development of a basic kimono sleeve - Focusing on the standard body type of Korean people in their thirties - (기모노슬리브 원형 개발 - 30대 표준체형을 중심으로 -)

  • Kwon, Soon Kyo;Uh, Mi-Kyung
    • The Research Journal of the Costume Culture
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    • v.25 no.2
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    • pp.224-236
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    • 2017
  • Kimono sleeves have continuously appeared in modern fashion as a design motif and this trend has become increasingly prevalent recently. However for research in the area of clothing composition for kimono sleeves in Korea, there has been a lack of development of master patterns based on basic data from the analysis of the standard body type of Korean people and finalized designs based on comparative experiments and analysis of pre-existing research Thus, there is no ideal master kimono sleeve pattern development research based on the examination of the results of the analysis of the standard body type of Korean people. Therefore by recognizing the importance of developing a master kimono sleeve pattern, this research aims to present a practical master kimono sleeve pattern for the standard body type of someone in their 30s. First, the four master patterns were collected and a dressing evaluation was conducted, and by selecting and improving one of these master designs, a final research master pattern was developed after a second dressing evaluation. Through this research, it was possible to design a master kimono sleeve pattern appropriate both externally and functionally for the standard body type of someone in their 30s, which has not been a consideration in previous research.

The effect of sleeve pattern on the ease of blouse -On sleeve cap height and sleeve length- (소매의 형태가 Blouse의 여유감에 미치는 영향 -소매산과 소매길이를 중심으로-)

  • 정혜락
    • Journal of the Korean Home Economics Association
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    • v.24 no.2
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    • pp.1-11
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    • 1986
  • The subject, in the blouses that sleeve caps and sleeve lengthes are different from, did sensory test by right arm movement and both arms movement. This sensory test which is used in fabric good, is Shef's. RESULTS : 1) The ease of bust size is very significant by cap height, at 5%, 1% level by sleeve length. 2) The front area of arm hole is affected by cap height, sleeve length movements more than the back and the under area of arm hole are 3) Sleeve width is affected by cap height, sleeve length both arms movement. That is, they should be designed according to the use because they affect the ease of blouse very much. Especially bust size should be considered with sleeve pattern because the ease bust becomes different with sleeve pattern.

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A Study on Women's Jacket Sleeve Patterns of the 1890s and 1900s (1890년대와 1900년대 여성복 재킷 소매 패턴형태연구)

  • Park, So Jin;Chun, Jongsuk
    • Family and Environment Research
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    • v.52 no.1
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    • pp.55-62
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    • 2014
  • The purpose of this study is to identify changes in the sleeve patterns of women's jackets from the end of the 19th century to the early 20th century. To meet this purpose, we analyzed nine sets of historic sleeve patterns. The experimental sleeve patterns were selected from the English costume source books that provided women's costume patterns from the 1890s and 1900s. These experimental sleeve patterns were drafted on the basis of the directions given in the source books. The sleeve lengths, widths, and angles of each sleeve pattern were measured. The results of this study showed that the silhouette of the two-piece sleeves of women's jackets in the 1890s had a tight fit; further, they had a sharper elbow curve than that of 1900s' sleeves. The sleeves of the 1890s' women's jackets were 6-11 cm shorter or narrower than the sleeves of the 1900s' jackets. The under-sleeve inseam angle of the 1890s' sleeve was greater than that of the 1900s' sleeve. The outseam angle of the upper sleeve was greater than the under-sleeve angle of the 1900s' sleeve pattern. The elbow curve of the women's jacket sleeve pattern appeared to be a sluggish silhouette. This change happened as the outseam angle of the under sleeve was reduced. This shows that the elbow curve silhouette of the women's jacket sleeves of the 1890s and 1900s has controlled the change in the under-sleeve outseam angle.

A Study of Pattern Making by Computer -for women's clothing- (컴퓨터에 의한 의복원형제도의 기초연구)

  • Lee Soon Won;Nam Yoon Ja;Kim Ji Soon
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.9 no.1
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    • pp.37-46
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    • 1985
  • The study is undertaken to utilize the computer in pattern making for women. The automation by the use of computer provides the higher accuracy and efficiency in pattern making. GIGI Graphic Terminal is used for pattern making. The results are as follows: 1. Basic points which can be connected to depict basic pattern are represented on the X-Y co-ordinates. 2. Body measurements for bodice and sleeve pattern are as follows: For bodice pattern: center back waist length, bust girth, and shoulder width. For sleeve pattern: arm hole length, wrist girth, and sleeve length. 3. Grading of standard size was accomplished by using same method.

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여성 자켓의 2장 소매패턴에 관한 연구(제1보) -기존 소매패턴의 비교 연구-

  • 김효숙;노희숙
    • Journal of the Korean Society of Clothing and Textiles
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    • v.22 no.5
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    • pp.575-584
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    • 1998
  • The purpose of this study was to develop the better fitting and more comfortable sleeve pattern for women's jacket, as the first step. Five types of existent sleeve pattern were collected, made and worn compared with the sensory evaluations method. The main results of this study were as follows 1. Sensory evaluation for appearance; According to the result of Duncan's multiple range test among the five sleeve patterns, TOJAIUN method sleeve was most satisfactory, and the next was the JUNGMYUNGJA method sleeve followed by NASAN, MOONWHA, ESMOD method sleeve. 2. Sensory evaluation for comfort; The result of Duncan's multiple range test showed that the ESMOD method sleeve was comfortable, and the next was the Japanese MOONWHA method sleeve followd by JUNGMYUNGJA, TOJAIVN, NASAN method sleeve. The result of 3-way ANOVA, main effect for 3 independent variables and interaction for pattern x part, posturers part showed significant difference.

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