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CTE/Family & Consumer Sciences Education Curriculum Apparel Design and Production I
Lesson Plans

Strand 5

Students will utilize construction techniques at the introductory level using basic construction skills.

Performance Objective #6

Complete all of the following skills as part of the course. A minimum of 8 skills need to be included as part of an apparel or personal item project.

  1. Serge seam finish
  2. Zigzag seam finish
  3. Clean finish seam finish
  4. Construct seam allowance as indicated on the guide sheet
  5. Casing (1/4" wider than elastic or draw cord)
  6. Patch pocket with mitered corners and reinforced top corners (triangle, horizontal, bar-tack, double row of top stitching)
  7. Buttonhole
  8. Attach a button with hand needle and thread
  9. Construct a machine stitched hem
  10. Hand stitching (examples: blindstitch, hemstitch, slipstitch, whipstitch, or ladder stitch)


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