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Apparel Design & Production I / Sports & Outdoor Product Design I Apparel Design & Production II / Sports & Outdoor Product Design II Textile Design Entrepreneurship Fashion Design Studio Fashion Design Merchandising Advanced Fashion Design Merchandising
Apparel Design and Production I / Sports & Outdoor Product Design I
This course introduces students to basic apparel design and construction skills. These skills prepare students for the exciting global apparel industry and entrepreneurial opportunities. Students will sew apparel and accessory projects. This course will strengthen comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in Sciences, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. Student leadership and competitive events (FCCLA) may be integrated into this course.
Students will identify careers and products in the apparel design and production industry.
Students will be able to recognize basic sewing equipment.
Standard 2: Identify sewing tools, their function, and maintenance and safety procedures associated with each, including seam ripper, straight pins, shears/scissors, rotary cutter and mat, seam gauge, tape measure, iron, pressing cloth, marking tools, and transparent rulers.
How a Sewing Machine Works
How a Sewing Machine Works Video Clip
Pressing and Ironing
Sewing Machine Parts 1
Sewing Machine Parts 2
Sewing Machine Parts 3
Sewing Machine Parts 4
Sewing Tools 1
Sewing Tools 2
Performance Objective #2: Students will demonstrate competency in sewing machine use, care, and safety with the completion of an apparel and personal item/accessory project.
Fiber Burning Lab
Fiber Burning Lab Key
Fiber Burn Test
Students will identify and analyze the characteristics and care of specific textiles.
Standard 2: Discuss how selection of a fabric affects project construction.
Clothing Video Idea
Fabric Construction Study Guide
Fibers to Fabric
Fibers to Fabric Notes
History of Weaving
Recycling Discarded Materials into Clothing
Toilet Paper Wedding Gown Contest Winners
Performance Objective #3: Create a fabric file. Identify fiber content (e.g., denim, flannel, canvas, calico, satin, rib knit, single knit, polar fleece, sweatshirt fleece, and felt), care, fabrication (e.g., woven, knit, non-woven), and intended use.
Apparel I Fabric File Booklet
Apparel I Fabric File Station Cards
Fabric File-Apparel Design and Production I
Fabric File-Sports and Outdoor Product Design
Students will use pattern envelope and guide sheet/instructions for pre-construction skills at the introductory level.
Standard 3: Demonstrate correct placement of pattern pieces on the fabric.
Standard 4: Correctly position, pin and cut out the fabric pieces.
Standard 5: Transfer pattern markings before removing pattern pieces from fabric. Transfer fit-related and construction markings (i.e., foldlines, buttonhole and pattern markings).
Pattern Markings and Seam Allowances
Performance Objective #4: Construct an apparel project (pajama pants, lounge/“joggers’” pants, elastic or drawstring shorts, basic Aline skirt, basic T-shirt, basic blouse, etc.) using the correct pattern size based on body measurements and finished garment measurements.
Students will utilize construction techniques at the introductory level using basic construction skills.
Standard 2: Examine and select correct thread for apparel design and accessory projects.
Standard 4: Press garment correctly.
Performance Objective #5: Press as you go to complete a professional quality project.
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.
Casing Video Idea
Elastic Casing Display Poster Directions
How to Sew a Button
Sew a Patch Pocket
Sewing a Button and Blind Hem
ADDITIONAL GENERAL INFORMATION