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Textile designers create two-dimensional designs that can be used, often as a repeat design, in the production of knit, weave and printed fabrics or textile products.
Working in both industrial and non-industrial locations, they often specialise, or work in a specialist context, within the textile industry. The two major areas of textiles are:
Many textile designers are self-employed, while others work as part of a design team.
Day-to-day respnsibilities may include:
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