Viva Questions and Answers for Garments and Merchandising Job (Part-1)

Multiple Choice Questions For Fashion Designing, Garments and Merchandising Job (Part-1)

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In textile, garments, merchandising or fashion designing sector all textile students are face to an interview to get a job.So all candidates are get more general knowledge and also textile and apparel related terms. Here all of you get 100 questions and answers so get preparation for textile or garments interview.
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100 Multiple Choice Questions
(Answers are given below of article)

1. Pattern making is basically divided in to a)................ b)................

2. ................... is the basic pattern that is used for all adaptions.

3. The block pattern is placed (or) wheeled on to pattern paper to produce the .................

4. A garment is a ............... product

  a) Two Dimensional  b) Three Dimensional

  c) Four Dimensional  d) None above

5. Pattern is a replica or a garment (say True / False)

6. Black pattern does not included seam allawance, in lays and hem allawance. (say True / False)

7. A system of pattern making deperds on a series figure measurement to complete the paper pattern.

  a) Trueing  b) Basic pattern set

  c) pattern drathing  d) pattern draping

8. A two - dimensional piece or fabric draped around a form, a figure conferming to its shape creating a three - dimensional fabric pattern.

  a) Drafting or pattern  b) pattern draping

  c) Trueing  d) set of pattern

9. A 5 - piece pattern set, consisting of a front / back / sleeve and skirt front, back is called

  a) Drafting b) Draping

  c) Trueing d) Basic pattern set

10. .................. is the measurement added to the patterns and line for comfort

  a) Test - fit  b) Ease

  c) Figure balance  d) Fabric balance

11. A muslin garments cut from a first pattern is called..............

  a) Sample  b) Template

  c) Test - fit  d) Dress

12. .................. a wedge - shape cutout in a pattern used as a means of controlling the fit of the garment

  a) Ease  b) Garment balance

  c) Tracing  d) Dart

13. The direction in which the yarn is passing in the fabric.

  a) Fibre  b) Grain

  c) Length wise  d) Cross wise

14. Yarns parallel to selvedge and at right angler to the cross grain of woven fabric is called .......................

  a) Cross Grain  b) Balance live

  c) Bias (45’)  d) Length Grain

15. Finding and adjusting the difference between joining pattern parts to improve the hang and fit of the garment is called ...............

  a) Garment balance  b) Bicep line

  c) Pattern balance  d) Grain

16. ................... is the process of matching two components to establish, grain line, scane length and pattern is introduced

  a) Garment balance  b) Pattern balance

  c) Fabric balance  d) Grain

17. A slanting or diagonal line cut or sewn across the weave of the cloth is called ...................

  a) Selvedge  b) Bias

  c) Bowing  d) Muslin

18. ................... is a line drawn on each pattern piece to indicate low the pattern should the aligned with the length grain of the fabric

  a) True bias  b) Thick line

  c) Pattern grain line  d) Arrows

19. ................... at the top or the bottom indicates that the pattern must be placed in one direction only

  a) Vertical  b) Cross - wise

  c) Grain line with arrows  d) Horizontal

20. ...................... grain line is drawn parallel with center for garments to be cut on straight grain

  a) Cross wise  b) Vertical

  c) Horizontal  d) Bias

21. Garment cutting and manufacturing is based on ...............

  a) Measurements  b) Fit

  c) Style  d) Fullness

22. The study or man and his measurement is called ..............

  a) Anatomy  b) Anthropology

  c) Anthropometry  d) Architecture

23. Drafting of pattern making is one of the ................... methods of garment making.

24. Draping is the ....................method used in fashion industry

25. To reduce or enlarge a given size pattern technique is called ......................

26. Seam allowance added pattern making is called ..................

27. Component pattern template are used in shop floor (True / False)

28. Pattern parts are made without seam allowance is called .................

29. Muslin cloth is used on dress form for draping (True / False)

30. Which are the following pattern making is / are widely used in garment industry in Bangladesh?

  a) Draping  b) Template

  c) Industrial pattern making  d) Block pattern

31. Pattern template is made up or approved industry.

32. Effectively lay length is reduced while fabric width is wider (True / False)

33. Effectively lay length reduced while cloth width in wider (True / False)

34. .................. layout is widely used in garment industry

35. Any product capable of being spun/ woven or otherwise made into a fabric is

  a) Fiber  b) Yarn

  c) Thread  d) Cotton

36. Conversion of a yarn is carried out by a process termed as

  a) weaving  b) spinning

  c) combing  d) carding

37. A primary property of a textile fiber which refers to adequate strength is

  a) cohesiveness  b) flexibility

  c) density  d) tenacity

38. Find the odd one out

  a) cotton  b) jute

  c) linen  d) silk

39. The basis of poly propylene fibers are

  a) methane  b) propane

  c) propylene  d) ethane

40. The secondary property of a textile fiber is

  a) tenacity b) luster

  c) flexibility d) uniformity

41. Fibers that are measured in centimeters or inch are

  a) staplefibers  b) filament fibers

  c) shorfibres  d) long fibres

42. Fibres that are measured in miles or kilometers are

  a) staplefibres  b) filament fibres

  c) shortfibres  d) long fibres

43. Tenacity is the term usually applied to the strength of

  a) fibre  b) yarn

  c) fabric  d) cotton

44. Denier is the term applied to the strength of

  a) fibre  b) yarn

  c) fabric  d) cotton

45. The property of bending without breaking is

  a) bending sterngth  b) flexibility

  c) spinning quality  d) tenacity

46. Cohesiveness is otherwise termed as

  a) spinning quality  b) uniformity

  c) adhesivity  d) tenacity

47. Texturizing is the processes that introduce

  a) coils  b) crimp

  c) zigzag shaping  d) all the above

48. Density is expressed as

  a) mass per unit volume  b) relative mass per unit volume

  c) none of the above  d) both a and b

49. The primary property essential for a fibre is

  a) lustre  b) density

  c) length to width ratio  d) resiliency

50. Lustre of fibres can be reduce through the addition of

  a) sodium hydroxide  b) titanium dioxide

  c) diphosphate  d) pottasium dichromate

51. The ability of a fiber to return to shape following compression, bending or similar deformation is termed as

  a) elastic recovery  b) elongation

  c) resiliency  d) spinning quality

52. If the arrangement of molecules within the fibre are parallel to each other and to the longtitudinal axis of the fibre then

  a) high orientation  b) low orientation

  c) crystalline  d) amorphous

53. If the arrangement of molecules within the fibre are parallel to each other but not parallel to each other and to the longitudinal axis of the fibre then it is

  a) high orientation  b) low orientation

  c) crystalline  d) amorphous

54. When the fibre molecules are arranged in random then it is

  a) high orientation  b) low orientation

  c) crystalline  d) amorphous

55. An important type of associative force in textiles

  a) carbon bonding  b) hydrogen bonding

  c) oxygen bonding  d) coo bonding

56. Molecular slippage is likely to be at a maximum in

  a) amorphous areas  b) crystalline areas

  c) both  d) none of the above

57. Molecular slippage is likely to be at a minimum in

  a) amorphous areas  b) crystalline areas

  c) both  d) none of the above

58. Cat tail is a .................fibre

  a) seed hair  b) bast

  c) leaf  d) animal hair

59. Spot the odd one out

  a) kenaf  b) urene

  c) sunn  d) yucca

60. The leaf fibre is

  a) cotton  b) palm

  c) jute  d) kapok

61. Dupioni is a

  a) animal hair  b) animal secretion

  c) leaffibre  d) none of the above

62. Sunn is a

  a) cellulosicfibre  b) protein fibre

  c) minarelfibre  d) rubber

63. Spot the odd one out

  a) wet spinning  b) dry spinning

  c) melt spinning  d) pad spinning

64. Cellulose is made up of

  a) C,H,O  b) C,H,N

  c) C,H,COOH  d) C,N,COOH

65. Tenacity of cotton is

  a) 3 - 5 gms / denier  b) 3 - 7 gms / denier

66. ............... are used as the garment fasteners

67. ..................... is used in front fly open

68. This effect is produced by applying pieces of fabric or different shapes and sizes to the user face and another fabric

  a) band  b) beads

  c) applique  d) motif

69. This is effectively used on many areas of a garment

  a) riping  c) embroidery

  b) draq string  d) rouleau

70. This is inserted in the casing or hem to pull area or fulled together

  a) a cord  b) hook

  c) velcro  d) elastic

71. This is a decerativelenotting using two basic knots, the flat and the haly hitch, with variations

  a) patch  b) macrame

  c) applique  d) mofit

72. One strip is coverd with hooks and the other with very fine loops.

  a) lace  b) velcro

  c) zippers  d) buttons

73. These are rolls or folds of fabris, used for making loops and piping for fastening

  a) snap fasteners  b) zip fasteners

  c) rouleau fastening  d) draw string

74. This type of fastening is introduced on sports wear and industrial garments

  a) hook& eye  b) button & button hole

  c) velcro  d) snap fasteners

75. This is often used at the nack of a dress, or blarse or at the waist as a belt, serve as a fastener

  a) bows  b) button loops

  c) draw string  d) frog fastening

76. These may be made from cording or braid

  a) frog fastening  b) velcro

  c) lacing  d) snap fasteners

77. This is a decreative fastening that can be introduced into a design in many ways.

  a) tie knot  b) eye lets

  c) lacing  d) zippers

78. An attractive feature used in design

  a) fringing  b) darts

  c) pleat  d) vent

79. Are used in a variety of ways on different areas or a garment such as the yolles, sleeves, skirt or panel lines.

  a) gathering  c) pleats

  b) darts  d) tucks

80. A round, flat type of cap clietly associated with the basque peasant

  a) Gandhi cap  c) hat

  b) beret  d) turban

81. Genarally speaking, this means made - to - measure

  a) prer - a - parter  b) ready - to - wear

  c) bespoke  d) fitting

82. This type or garment is usrally wear, while riding a harse

  a) blazer  b) fitted pant

  c) bell bottem pant  d) breeches

83. Gt is used to remove fullness from certain parts or the garment

  a) gather  b) pleat

  c) dart  d) tuck

84. LEVI’S brand is the example or ...................

  a) swim wear  b) bridal

  c) jeans  d) childrens

85. ‘Olega’ brand is the example for .......................

  a) womens intimate wear  b) suits

  c) sports wear  d) leotards

86. DKNY is the example of the brand name of ...............

  a) leotards  b) jeans

  c) womens sports wear  d) underwear

87. ‘Van Heusew’ is the example of the brand name of ................

  a) jeans  b) womens shirts

  c) suits  d) men’s shirts

88. ‘Jockey’ is the example of the brand name of ..............

  a) underwear  b) ladies wear

  c) pants  d) shirts

89. ‘NIKE’ is the example of the brand name of ...................

  a) women's swim wear  b) children's wear

  c) bridal  d) sports wear

90. Cotton is affected by

  a) alkalies  b) strong acids

  c) cold dilute acids  d) all the above

91. “King of fibres” is

  a) cotton  b) jute

  c) silk  d) nylon

92. Which fibre is popularly called ‘Golden fibre’?

  a) cotton  b) silk

  c) jute  d) flax

93. ‘Chain crass’ is

  a) cotton  b) kapok

  c) ramie  d) linen

94. Linen is the other name given to

  a) cotton  b) flax

  c) ramie  d) kapok

95. The short fibres are termed as

  a) line  b) tow

  c) filament  d) lint

96. Hacking is the term given to ............... operation

  a) carding  b) scutching

  c) combing  d) pulling

97. In fabric form jute is frequently called

  a) blended fabric  b) burlap

  c) jute  d) kenaf

98. The tenacity of ramie varies from

  a) 5.3 - 7.6 gms / denier  b) 9 - 11 gme / denier

  c) 7 - 8 gms / denier  d) 1 - 5 gms / denier

99. The fibre abaca is obtained from

  a) sisal  b) banana

  c) pineapple  d) jute

100. The fibre which is mainly used for padding and stuffing particularly upholstery is

  a) cotton  b) kapok  
  c) hemp  d) urena

Key Answers of Above Questions:

1. a) drafting, b) draping

2. block pattern

3. working pattern

4. b) three dimensional

5. true

6. true

7. c) pattern drafting

8. b) pattern draping

9. d) basic pattern set

10. b) ease

11. c) test fit

12. d) dart

13. b) grain

14. d) length grain

15. c) pattern balance

16. a) garment balance

17. b) bias

18. c) pattern grain line

19. c) grain line with arrows

20. b) vertical

21. a) measurement

22. c) anthropometry

23. basic

24. oldest

25. grading

26. production pattern / industrial pattern

27. true

28. block pattern

29. true

30. c) industrial pattern making

31. thick paper bound

32. true

33. false

34. marsh dam layout

35. a) fibre

36. b) spinning

37. d) tenacity

38. d) silk

39. b) propare

40. b) luster

41. a) staple fibres

42. b) filament fibres

43. a) fiber

44. b) yarn

45. b) flexibility

46. a) spinning quality

47. d) all the above

48. a) mass per unit volume

49. c) length to width ratio

50. b) titanium dioxide

51. c) resiliency

52. a) high orientation

53. c) crystalline

54. d) amorphous

55. b) hydrogen bonding

56. a) amorphous areas

57. b) crystalline area

58. d) animal hair

59. d) yucca

60. b) palm

61. b) animal secretion

62. a) cellulosic fibre

63. d) pad spinning

64. a) CHO

65. a) 3 - 5gms / denier

66. buttons

67. zipper

68. c) applique

69. b) draw string

70. a) a cord

71. b) macrame

72. b) velcro

73. c)rouleam fastenings

74. d) snap fastenings

75. a) bows

76. a) frog fastenings

77. c) lacing

78. a) fringing

79. a) gathering

80. b) beret

81. c) bespoke

82. d) breeches

83. c) dart

84. c) jeans

85. a) women’s intimate wear

86. c) women’s wear

87. d) men’s shirt

88. a) underwear

89. d) sports wear

90. b) strong acids

91. a) cotton

92. c) jute

93. c) ramie

94. b) flax

95. b) tow

96. c) combing

97. b) bur lap

98. a) 5.3 - 7.5 gms / denier

99. b) banana

100. b) kapok

About the Editor-in-Chief:

Mazharul Islam Kiron is a textile consultant and researcher on online business promotion. He is working with one European textile machinery company as a country agent. He is also a contributor of Wikipedia.

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