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Interior Design II
Strand 4 Standard 1
1 class periods of 70 minutes each
The students will get an overview of basic fibers by acting out a short story. They will learn about fabrication and how a yarn is made. They will also learn some basic weave patterns by weaving paper strips together.
"A Fantabric Adventure" yarn samples (at least four different types), fabric samples(woven, non-woven and knit), paper, scissors, tape or glue, stapler, powerpoint projector, worksheets
Teachers need to know about fibers and the different types of fabric and weaves.
Students will learn how fabric is made, how yarn is formed, and three basic weave patterns.
I have included my lesson plan on fibers. This is just the beginning of what you can do with your students.
Look over their worksheets and weave patterns to see if they understand the basics of fabric.
Utah State Curriculum, Jane Trane,