Year 10 Summer Exams. Guide to revision!. Today we will be looking at… 1. The sewing machine and considerations 2. Construction processes 3. Fabric construction /embellishment 4. Protective clothing. Sewing with a machine. Things to look for -.
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Guide to revision!
Today we will be looking at…1. The sewing machine and considerations2. Construction processes 3. Fabric construction/embellishment4. Protective clothing
Can you think of any more?.........................................
Many methods have evolved to enhance textiles as we know. Some effects add more properties to the fabric, helping to enhance its function. Others add a decorative finish to the overall outcome…… here are some examples!
Specifically, a needlework process in which layers of a quilt are attached to each other with continuous stitches, either by hand or with a sewing machine. More generally, the term refers to the entire process of making a quilt.
Patchwork is a form of needlework or craft that involves sewing together small pieces of fabric and stitching them together into a larger design, which is then usually quilted, or else tied together with pieces of yarn at regular intervals, a practice known as tying. Patchwork is traditionally \'pieced\' by hand, but modern quiltmakers often use a sewing machine instead.
A motif or design made separately, then sewn or otherwise affixed to a cloth or garment.
An Indonesian method of printing textile. A design is made on the fabric by coating it with wax to repel dye. The cloth is then dipped in dye after which the wax is removed so the design appears in the original colour of the cloth. Often, this process is repeated for a number of colours to complete the desired design.
A printing process in which the ink or paint is forced through a fine screen onto the surface below. A coating on the screen allows colour to pass through in some places but not others.
Using books, magazines and the internet research what’s on the market in terms of this.
Look at materials, products and their uses.
What makes them suitable for their job and what features do they have?
Draw up a table to present your findings to help you revise!