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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum
Apparel Design and Production I
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Strand 4
Students will use pattern envelope and guidesheet/instructions for pre-construction skills at the introductory level.
Standard 1
Identify the information found on a commerical pattern envelope and pattern guide sheet.
  • Measuring Up!
    Students will learn how to measure the body correctly for proper fit. Students will observe how to properly measure a body for correct pattern fit, and then they will perform measurements on themselves and a partner. Students will also alter pattern pieces by adding and shortening lengths.
  • Symbol Syntax
  • Symbol Syntax Worksheet
  • Pattern Pieces Depicting Symbols
  • Piece of Fabric
  • Sticky Notes

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