Reviewing the application of busy patterns in enhancing textile designs at Margret Trowel School of Industrial and Fine Arts.
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The study involved reviewing the application of busy patterns in enhancing textile designs at Margaret trowel school of industrial and fine arts. The researcher presents an enriched background about patterns and sources from which they are derived from. The researcher also presents the problem of statement which enlightens about the current situation in the textile environment, the challenges faced and how to solve them. In the same way, the researcher presents objectives which guided the researcher in the whole process of the study. These objectives were derived from one main objective. The research objectives were then used to guide the researcher to convey research questions. The main use of research questions is to guide the data collection methods in chapter three. Under each research question the researcher generates one or more in order to get to the core information provided and also improvises images to supplement. The study also presents the scope of the study which categorized in Content scope, Geographical scope and Time scope. The researcher presents chapter four, which involves presenting of the findings from the field. The researcher used tables to compare the findings and percentages in relation to the number of respondents/interviewees. The researcher also presents findings using bar graphs which show the frequency levels of how techniques and skills used in textile design were being used by the respondents. In the same chapter, as following the guidance of observation method the researcher lists and explains plates. These plates are images that are descriptive to the study in terms of color, shape, size repetition among others. The researcher finally presents the last chapter five in which she summarizes the research study, concludes and makes recommendations.