Resistance to acids : Good Resistance to alkalies : Low; many alkalies destroy the fiber. Sunlight : Prolonged exposure deteriorates fiber Insects : Damaged by moths and carpet Beetles. To flame : Burns slowly when in direct flame, is considered to be self extinguishing.
Leg-o-mutton 6. Raglan sleeve 7. Kimono Sleeve 8. Magyar sleeve 9. Sleeves till elbow 10. Full Sleeve. 1. Plain Sleeve: This type of sleeve has no fullness at lower edge or top edge and is commonly used on sari blouses. ELFGH is the pattern for a short plain sleeve. HG is the lower edge of the sleeve. EG and FH are side seams. ELF is the top edge of the sleeve (sleeve cap seam line) which is attached to the armhole edge of the bodice. This pattern can be used to develop various sleeve styles. The vertical lines drawn within the sleeve pattern are the lines through which the sleeve can be slashed or cut to develop it into other types of sleeve styles.