The Illustrated Textile Printing Dictionary - S
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Sixty designs
Seersucker

Sixties - The fashion of the sixties long epitomized modernity and progress. ...a recurring, inexhaustible source for the fashion industry. Typical of the sixties are large round and graphic forms, appearing on textiles as large black-and-white patterns, under the movement “new Op Art”.


Safari style - Designs reminiscent of the colonial era.
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Seersucker - A light thin fabric, generally cotton or rayon, with a crinkled surface and a usually striped pattern.

Side repeat - The horizontal repeat of a design.

Studio - French> atelier. Workplace for fashion artists, designers, tailors, etc.

Styles of Printing - 4 main distinctions are made:
1.  Direct printing.
2.  Slop pad printing.
3.  The discharge printing style.
4.  The resist or reserve printing style.

Shepherd's check - Small-patterned black and white squares.

Snake effect -
A frequently printed leather imitation inspired by snake skin.


SPA
- Former "STK"- Kufstein, today “Stork Prints Austria AG” of the Stork group. The Austrian company is world leader in the production of rotary stencils, textile systems and hardware installations.
Saueressig - Germany’s largest reproduction engraver of round stencils, gravure printing cylinders, etc. in Vreden, Germany.
SWG - Saxon roller engraving plant in Frankenberg, Germany.
Sugravo - Leading producer of rollers in Lörrach, Germany.
Shepherd
Safari design
Sorbet colours
Snake imitation
Scottish check
in stonewashed optik
Scottish check
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