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Haffenden, Victoria (2012) The application of existing digitally-controlled flat-bed weft knitting to fashion knitwear for the individual body shape of women, particularly those above uk standard sizes Doctoral thesis, University of Brighton.
Haffenden, Victoria (2010) Women’s knitwear for a ‘growing’ population. Sub title: Digital Knit to Fit; challenges and solutions in fashion knitwear for larger sizes. In: Global Fashion:Creative and Innovative Contexts, (11th-13th November 2010), Centre for Population , Economic and Social Studies, University of Oporto, Portugal, 11th-13th November 2010, Portugal.
Haffenden, Victoria (2009) Knit to fit: applying technology to larger-sized women's body shapes In: Results 1 - 10 of about 19,000 for IFFTI. (0.37 centons) Search Results 1. International Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes International Conference, 2nd-3rd April 2009, London.
Haffenden, Victoria (2008) The Innovative Application of Existing, Digitally Controlled, Flat Bed Weft Knitting to Fashion Knitwear for the Individual Body Shape of Women, Particularly Those Above UK Standard Sizes In: In the Loop, Winchester, UK. (Unpublished)
Haffenden, Victoria (2007) “Accentuate the positive”: investigating knitwear for the 3d body shape of larger women In: Include 2007, April 2007, London.
Haffenden, Victoria (2005) A Practical Investigation into Flat Bed Weft Knitting, its Relationship to Digital Technology and it’s Use to Accommodate and Enhance Women’s Three Dimensional Body Shapes, Particularly those Outside UK Standard Sizes In: Knitting 2005: Global Challenges, Innovative Solutions, Manchester, UK.