How to perform Intarsia garments inspection?

Intarsia is an art or technique of decorating a surface with inlaid patterns. It can be on woodworking and knitted garments(fabric), developed during the Renaissance.

Intarsia woodworking is a method of cutting or otherwise altering pieces of wood to create a pattern or design. It is a type of inlaying process that involves setting wood of contrasting tones next to each other, while the wood is often highly polished for an attractive finish.

Intarsia is a method of knitting with a number of colors, in which a separate length or ball of yarn is used for each area of color, as opposed to different yarns being carried at the back of the work. Intarsia crochet is a crochet color work technique that allows you to crochet with two or more colors in your row and throughout your crochet pattern. If you’ve ever seen a crochet pattern that uses multiple colors to create a picture or graphic, then it probably used intarsia crochet. This article I will introduce how to inspect intarsia garments inspection.

Intarsia garments inspection

  • Intarsia patterns must be in correct shape, colour and position
  • Patterns of intarsia must have same sized loops as base fabric
  • Intarsia patterns must be colourfast
  • All strands ends must be on the back side of garments
  • Intarsia patterns must be well fixed, lie flat, not pucker nor bubble
  • Intarsia patterns must be stabilized. All around the edges must be sharp, no mistaken needles


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