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Apparel Design and Production II / Sports & Outdoor Product Design II
Students will further strengthen and broaden apparel design and production techniques. In this course they design and construct intermediate level projects using various construction techniques. These skills prepare students for the exciting global apparel industry and entrepreneurial opportunities. 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.
Apparel Design and Production II Summary Score Sheet
Sports & Outdoor Product Design II
Sports & Outdoor Product Design II Summary Score Sheet
Students will increase knowledge and application of sewing machines, sergers, and pressing techniques.
Difference in Numbers with Needles
Sewing Machine Parts 1
Sewing Machine Parts 2
Sewing Machine Parts 3
Sewing Machine Parts 4
Sewing Tools 1
Sewing Tools 2
Sewing Tools 3
Students will distinguish the different types of fabric and fiber characteristics.
Batik Scarf Dharma Tutorial
Textile Assignment Example
Performance Objective #2: Perform a fiber identification lab. Use different ways of identifying fibers; for example, burn test, chemical test (acetone or bleach), or microscope observations.
Fiber Burning Lab Key
Fiber Burn Test
Manufactured Fibers Lab
Natural Fibers Lab
Textile Can Be Fun and Educational
Textile Lab Ideas
Textile Lab Images
Textile Lab Instructions
Textile Lab Lesson Plan
Students will review and demonstrate pre-construction sewing techniques at the intermediate level.
Sewing with Specialty Fabrics
Performance Objective #3: Make fitting adjustments; demonstrate length and width pattern alterations.
Standard 2: Use appropriate techniques for enclosed seams (e.g, clipping, notching, layering/grading, trimming).
Standard 3: Practice correct application techniques for applying interfacing and attaching facings or collars.
Standard 4: Identify each of the following and construct one or more: darts, pleats, and gathers.
Standard 5: Identify uses and application of commercially prepared bias tape. Single or double fold, bias cut fabric strips have pre-folded edges that meet in the middle to bind raw fabric edges. They are prepackaged in several widths and come in a wide variety of colors, but you can make your own.
Standard 6: Identify each of the following sleeves: raglan and set in (i.e., closed/round method and open/flat method).
Standard 7: Identify each of the following zipper applications, and construct one or more: centered, lapped, fly, exposed/sport, invisible.
Standard 8: Identify types and complete correct application of hems.
Performance Objective #4: Complete all of the following skills as part of the course. A minimum of 9 skills need to be included as part of an apparel or accessory/personal item project.
ADDITIONAL GENERAL INFORMATION
Clothing II Standard 1 Test
Clothing II Standard 2 Study Guide
Clothing II Standard 2 Test
Clothing II Standard 3 Study Guide
Clothing II Standard 3 Test
Great Race Review-Clothing II
Review Jeopardy, Clothing II State Test
Blogs for Crafters
Fabric from Home
Recycle / Redesign Project
Response to Printing on Fabric
Sewing Book Ideas
Sewing Camera Question
Textile Design Entrepreneurship Information
Thread Catching Ideas