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Textile Design Entrepreneurship
This course is designed to focus on entrepreneurial opportunities and careers in design fields. Experiences may include pattern design, surface design, clothing construction and manufacturing, fitting and alteration, and interior fabrication. The study and application of textile sciences and technology in this course provides students with laboratory-based experiences that will strengthen their comprehension of concepts and standards outlined in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (STEM) education. Skills Test #358 (Standards 1-4 Tested) (Students can repeat the course for credit as they work towards certification) Student leadership and competitive events (FCCLA) may be an integral part of the course.
Fashion Design Pathway (Apparel/Textiles/ Entrepreneurship) This pathway provides students the option to explore entrepreneurship, career opportunities and demonstrate advanced skills in apparel construction, textiles and technology. Standards 1-6
Interior Design Pathway (Interiors Fabrication/ Textiles/ Entrepreneurship) This pathway provides students the option to explore entrepreneurship, career opportunities and demonstrate advanced skills in interiors fabrication, textiles and technology. Standards 1-4, 7
Textile Design Entrepreneurship Addendum
Analyze careers and explore the design industry.
Design Industry Careers Project Rubric
Fashion Careers Graphic Organizer
Standard 2: Identify knowledge and skills for selected in the interior and fashion design industries. www.bls.gov
Outdoor Product heated jacket KSL Article
Ravean Life-Heated Down Hooded Jacket Features
USU Outdoor Design Products Production Degree
Students will identify technology used in Fashion Design\Interior Design Fabrication.
Performance Documentation #1: Explore an electronic design software App related to the textile design industry.
Textile Characteristics Chart Graph
Standard 2: Review and identify characteristics of synthetic and/or manmade fibers. (polyester, nylon, rayon, acetate, Olefin, fiberglass)
Standard 3: Review and identify various types of fabric finishes. (Stain resistant, fire resistant, wrinkle resistant, waterproof)
Standard 2: Discuss how to keep records for a small business.
Standard 3: Identify marketing/advertising entrepreneurial opportunities. (e.g. brick and mortar, arts festivals, online store, social media, specialty shop, farmer’s market, etc.)
Performance Documentation #2: Create a Textile Design Entrepreneurship portfolio containing a written small business plan. *Consult the FCCLA Entrepreneurship STAR Event as the project model for the entrepreneurship portfolio.
Special design projects to include any of the following: flat pattern drafting, pattern alterations, clothing alterations, repurposing, and advanced clothing design and construction.
Standard 2: Complete a variety of clothing alterations.
Standard 3: Complete creative ways to recycle or repurpose clothing and/or fabric.
Standard 4: Complete an advanced clothing design project using correct construction techniques.
Students will compare and contrast mass and small business clothing production.
Standard 3: Design and fabricate various window treatments. (e.g. valances, draperies, curtains, fabric-covered shades, fabric-covered cornices, etc.)
Standard 4: Design and fabricate upholstery/slipcovers.
ADDITIONAL GENERAL INFORMATION