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The Use Of Wool To Create Fashion Accessories In Nigeria
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THE USE OF WOOL TO CREATE FASHION ACCESSORIES IN NIGERIA 

                                                        ABSTRACT

This research work is on the production of using wool to make fashion accessories which include hair net, hair packer, suit tag, skirt and top. The researcher source the material of the research work in Ogbete main market Enugu. The research work was carried out in IMT Enugu. The researcher analyzed the data with the use of tables and percentage. the researcher find out that lack of awareness on the new trends in the use of wool for fashion accessories. poor knowledge of designers on the operation and usage of new and sophisticated designs affect the designers to a large extent. the research equally discovered that poor quality of materials used in the production affects the outputs. Chapter four look at what the public have said about my effort while chapter five concluded the summary, recommendations, suggestion for further studies, then references.

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

Background of the study                                                1

Statement Of The Problems                                           27

Purpose of the study                                                       27

Significance of the study                                                29

Scope of the study                                                          30

Limitation of the study                                                   30

Definition Of Terms                                                                31

 

CHAPTER TWO

LITERATURE REVIEW

The use of wool in Igbo culture and tradition                37

Wool: An Overview                                                          46

 

CHAPTER THREE

MATERIAL AND METHODS

Method used in the production of hair net                    53

Method used in the production of hair packer              54

Method used in the production of suiting                      55

Method used in the production of skirt                          56

Method used in the production of top                            58

CHAPTER FOUR

Data Analysis                                                                   62

 

 

CHAPTER FIVE

Conclusion,  Recommendations and Suggestion for further studies

Conclusion                                                                      67

Recommendation                                                             67

Suggestion For Further                                                    69

References                                                                       70

 

 

 

CHAPTER ONE

INTRODUCTION

background of the study

A wool is a textile fiber obtained form sheep and certain other animals including cashmere from goats, mohair from goats, quiet from muskoxen, angora from rabbits, and other types of wool camelids (Braaten, 2010) Wool has several qualities that distinguish it from hair or fur: it is crimped, it is elastics and it grows in staples. Wool is a significant material in creating fashion accessories. Fashion accessories are item used for complementing an outfit and chosen to specifically complement the wearer’s look. They include beads, ear-rings, bangles, In Nigeria, wool is used for creating fashion accessories and his can be found in the north and western part of Nigeria. Various fashion wool accessories are still in vogue.

 

According to Uduma (2007) wool is one of nature’s best insulating fibers and has been used for making clothing for centuries. Not only is wool extremely good at holding in warmth, it also wicks moisture and dries faster than cotton. The most widely available type of wool come from sheep. However, sheep aren't the only animal that produce natural, warmth-enhancing fibers. Alpaca, angora rabbits and camels also produce luxurious, wool-like fibers that are used for making high-quality might wear and woven fabrics.

Benefits of Wool in the fashion industry

According Anthony,(2010) it helps to understand some of the benefits that all types of wool offer. Wool has several characteristics that other natural fibers like cotton and linen simply can’t compete with.

Wool is water resistant.

Anthony,(2010) said that Unlike human hair or animal fur, wool fibers are actually hollow with a durable, flexible and water-repellent exterior. The structure of wool fibers is composed of small, overlapping sections, kind of like shingles on a roof. Each fiber's core absorbs up to 30% of its weight in moisture vapor without becoming damp or clammy. Meanwhile, the hard outer layer protects against outside moisture from rain and snow.

Wool wicks moisture.

Anthony,(2010) futher stated that apoint from blocking most external moisture, wool fibers wick perspiration away from the body. Normally, as your sweat evaporates, heat is drawn away from your skin. This effect is comforting in hot weather, but can dampen your clothing and give you chills in colder weather. Unlike cotton, which absorbs moisture and tends to remain wet, wool actually wicks perspiration and allows it to evaporate quickly, thus keeping you warmer.

Wool is a wonderful insulator.

According to Brenda, (2003) wool fibers are not perfectly smooth or straight. Instead, they’re crimped, which helps produce tiny insulating air spaces that retain more heat. In a way, wool functions similarly to the puffy fiberglass insulation inside the walls of a house.

Wool is breathable and regulates temperature.

Brenda, (2003) opined that wool has a wide comfort range, which is very helpful for adapting to changing weather conditions. This unique property makes wool the perfect fiber for crafting outerwear and insulating apparel, since it has the ability to provide warmth in colder conditions and also breathes well as temperatures warm up.

Wool is naturally odor-resistant.

You may have noticed that synthetic fabrics like polyester and polypropylene can begin to retain odors over time. Wool is much more resistant to retaining odors. Sheep’s wool is also naturally resistant to wrinkling and static. (Brenda, 2003)

Sheep’s Wool

According to Derek, (2012) there’s an old Spanish proverb that says: "Wherever sheep's feet touch the ground, the land turns to gold." Clearly the Spanish were onto something. Sheep's wool is the most widely available type of wool and is sorted into several quality levels. Fine-quality wool is used to make luxury garments likes suits and dress pants. Medium-quality wool is used in the production of heavier sport coats, sweaters and light blankets. Coarser wool is ideal for crafting heavy blankets, topcoats, felt boot liners and upholstery products. Wool fibers have many good qualities, including the following:

  • Wool maintains its shape when stretched and is colorfast when dyed
  • Wool does not melt when exposed to flame, like most synthetic fibers
  • Wool is biodegradable

There are several unique varieties of sheep’s wool, and each has specific characteristics.

Shetland Wool

Raised in the Shetland Islands off Scotland’s northern coast, Shetland sheep produce very fine, lustrous wool, which is cultivated from their soft undercoat. Warm, lightweight Shetland wool is only available in limited quantities and natural colors. It’s most often used in the production of high-end knitwear, sportswear and coats.( Derek, 2012)

 

Merino Wool

Cultivated from merino sheep, this type of wool has superior shine, incredible softness and great breathability, along with an excellent warmth-to-weight ratio. Merino has a nearly pure white color that accepts dye very well. It’s also very strong, naturally elastic and soft against the skin. Merino wool doesn’t have the coarse, itchy feel of standard wool because merino fibers are much finer than standard sheep’s wool. (George, 2011)

According to Henry (2012) The vast majority of merino sheep are raised in the mountainous regions of Australia and New Zealand. Today, there are more than ten different varieties of merino sheep worldwide. Some well-known breeds include Australian, Peppin, Saxony, Rambouillet, Vermount and South African.



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