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Definition of operational terms

1.0 Introduction
1.1 Background of the study
1.2 Statement of the Problem
1.3 Aim of the study
1.4 Objectives of the study
1.5 Research Questions
1.6 Scope of the study
1.7. Delimitation of the study
1.8 Basic assumption of the study
1.9 Significance of the study

CHAPTER TWO: Review of Related Literature
2.1 History of resist technique
2.1.2 Fabric decoration
2.1.3 Origin
2.2 Types of resist techniques
2.2.1 Tie and dye
2.2.2 Wax resist
2.2.3 Starch resist
2.3 Materials
2.3.1 Wax resist
2.3.2 Tie and dye
2.3.3 Starch resist
2.4 Process of resist techniques
2.5 Colour
2.5.1 Usage of colour
2.5.2 Types of dyes
2.6 Designing fabrics
2.6.1 Structural design
2.7 Uses of resist fabrics
2.8 Utilization of resist decorated fabrics for fashion (clothing) In Nigeria
2.8.1 History of fashion clothing

CHAPTER THREE: Research Methodology
3.0 Research design
3.1 Methodology
3.2 Population of the study
3.2.1 Population listing
3.3 Sampling technique
3.4 Sample size
3.5. Instruments
3.5.1 Results of the distribution and returned instruements
3.5.2. Source of resist decorated fabrics
3.6 Validity of Instrument
3.7 Data Collection

4.0 Introduction
4.1 Presentation of the data collection and analysis
4.2 Research questions

5.1 Introduction
5.2 Summary
5.3 Findings
5.4 Conclusion
5.5 Recommendations
5.5 Summary of major findings

The study entitled Development of resist decorated fabrics for modern fashionable clothing in some selected parts of Kaduna and Kano States in Nigeria was inspired by the need to identify, and assess the decorated fabrics for use in fashionable clothing for occasional and everyday wears. In Samaru Zaria, Kaduna and Kano municipal Kano state, the overall objective of the study was to indentify the available types of the decorative fabrics like the tie-dye, batik and the adire- eleko as well as to examine which was the most preferred of the decorated fabrics for fashion. Descriptive survey method was adopted as the research design. Questionnaires, interviews, and observational schedules were designed and administered on the sample population that was made of designers and consumers, and the data was finally analysed. Major findings from the data analysis shows that the designers and consumers liked the tie- dye more, followed by batik then the adire eleko. Other findings from the study were that resist techniques of fabric decoration are a source of supply in fashion business in Nigeria. Also, job opportunities and self reliance can be enhanced in the production of resist decorated fabrics in Nigeria. In conclusion, the study highlighted the usefulness and beauty of the decorated fabrics as an avertable tool in providing more income and appreciation of cultural fabrics for usage in everyday and occasional wears.

1.0 Introduction:
The values of textiles to man cannot be over emphasized. Since the existence of mankind these three: food, shelter and clothing have been important for the survival and convenience of mankind. The study of textile according to Oguntona (1994) has enabled a greater understanding and appreciation of textile. We convert textiles into different dimensional structures in the name of fashion, as clothing “often proclaims the man and woman”.

Textiles is defined as felt or spun fibres made into yarn and subsequently looped, or woven to make fabrics. Methods of textile production have continually evolved. The choices of textiles available have influenced how people carried their possessions, clothed themselves, and decorated their surroundings.

Clothing is one of the basic needs of man and it has existed for as long as man himself. Ever since, there has been need for humans to cover themselves from harsh weather, and so on. It is not known when humans began wearing clothes. Anthropologists believe that animal skins and vegetation were adapted into coverings as protection from cold, heat and rain, especially as humans migrated to new climates; alternatively, covering may have been invented first for other purposes, such as magic, decoration, cult, or prestige, and later found to be practical as well.

The need for man’s clothing has been satisfied through the various types of textiles. The textiles are made through the very crude methods to the sophisticated methods. Clothing refers to any covering of the human body. The wearing of clothing is exclusively a human characteristic and is a feature of most human society. The amount of clothing worn depends on functional consideration, such as the need for warmth, and social activities......

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