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Warm-up:. Come to the front of the room and pick up a pattern piece, a piece of tracing paper, and a tracing wheel. Cut out the pattern piece only, making sure to cut the notches “outward” Cut a piece of fabric 8 ½ “ X 11” Return to your seat ready for instruction! .

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Warm up

Warm-up:

  • Come to the front of the room and pick up a pattern piece, a piece of tracing paper, and a tracing wheel.

  • Cut out the pattern piece only, making sure to cut the notches “outward”

  • Cut a piece of fabric 8 ½ “ X 11”

  • Return to your seat ready for instruction!


Pinning marking and cutting

Pinning, Marking and Cutting

Apparel I

Objective 4.03


Pinning

Pinning

  • Place all pattern pieces on the fabric before pinning any of them

  • Pin grainlines first

  • Pins should be placed perpendicular to the cutting line, (right angle) but not over the cutting lines. Pin about ever 6”.

  • Place pins closer on curves or on slick or slippery fabric.

  • Now pin your pattern piece to your piece of fabric


Cutting

Cutting

  • Dressmaker/bent handled shears should be used to cut through tissue pattern and fabric.

  • Notches should be cut out and away from the seam allowance-Double notches should be cut out with one long edge.

  • Cut in long smooth strokes not short choppy snips.

  • Now cut your piece of material out, making sure to cut notches outward, to match your pattern piece.


Marking

Marking

  • Pattern lines and symbols should be marked on the wrong side of the fabric.

  • Fabric Marking Pens use disappearing ink that will fade within 8 hours. If more time passes between marking and sewing the lines will have disappeared. Some have water-soluble ink that will disappear when fabric is wet.

  • Never iron over markings because it may make them permanent.

  • Now mark the button line and the dart lines on your pattern piece using tracing paper and the tracing wheel.


Student project

Student Project:

  • Make a Tic-Tac-Toe board following the directions provided.

  • You will be using all the skills we learned about today, so make sure and pin, cut, and mark appropriately!

  • ENJOY!!!!


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