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  1. Sports Sewing Created By: Brent Strickland, Bob Peterson and Larry Tibbs University of Arizona Cooperative Extension Special Thanks to Matt Hamlyn for permission to use the game board frame

  2. Essential Equipment

  3. Sewing Machine

  4. Textile and Fabric

  5. Construction Prepartion

  6. Construction Techniques

  7. Mixed Bag

  8. Construction Techniques Essential Equipment Sewing Machine Textile and Fabric Construction Preparation Mixed Bag $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $100 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $200 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $300 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $400 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500 $500

  9. 1-100 List 5 examples of Notions.

  10. 1-100A Zipper, Thread, Buttons, Lace, Elastic, Bias Tape, Trim, Etc. 1 - 100 $100

  11. 1-200 What is the name and purpose of a sleeve roll?

  12. 1-200A To help press seams open smoothly when making long sleeves. 1 - 100 $200

  13. 1-300 List Three Guidelines to follow when pressing a garment.

  14. 1-300A • Use the right temperature setting for the fabric type. • Press as you go. • Pressing is the up and down movement during construction, Ironing is gliding across the fabric to remove wrinkles. 1 - 100 $300

  15. 1-400 List Two important rules for using the rotary cutter.

  16. 1-400A • Always use with cutting mat. • Do not use pins. • Roll cutter away from yourself and fingers. 1 - 100 $400

  17. 1-500 What are four ways a serger is different than a conventional sewing machine.

  18. 1-500A • It takes more than one spool of thread to operate • It has a small knife that trims the fabric as it sews • It makes a nice finished edge on the fabric so it doesn’t fray • It uses a lot more thread and sews much faster. 1 - 100 $500

  19. 2-100 What is the approximate width of the presser foot? 1 - 100

  20. 2-100A ¼ inch 1 - 100 $100

  21. 2-200 When turning the hand wheel on your sewing machine, you should always turn it which direction? a. Toward you b. Away From you c. It doesn’t matter

  22. 2-200A a. Toward you 1 - 100 $200

  23. 2-300 • Matching • Where the bobbin is located • Allows for a very small stitch or large stitch • Needs to be in highest position every time you begin and end a seam • Provides a way of raising or lowering the needle manually • Stitch Length Control • Bobbin Case • Hand Wheel • Thread Take Up Lever

  24. 2-300A B A D C 1 - 100 $300

  25. 2-400 • If your fabric keeps snagging while you are sewing, what is most probably the problem? • Dull needle needs replacing • Sewing Too fast • Incorrect Threading • Needle in wrong

  26. 2-400A A. Your needle is dull or blunt and you should replace it. 1 - 100 $400

  27. 2-500 • What is the probably cause of thread breaking and needle coming unthreaded. • The needle is dull or blunt • The needle is not in right • Your machine isn’t threaded right • You are sewing crooked

  28. 2-500A b. The needle is not in right. 1 - 100 $500

  29. 3-100 What are examples of Three Natural Fibers, and where do they come from? 1 - 100

  30. 3-100A • Cotton: Cotton Plant • Linen: Flax Plant • Wool: Sheep • Silk: Silk Worm 1 - 100 $100

  31. 3-200 List Three Synthetic Fibers

  32. 3-200A Nylon Polyester Acrylic 1 - 100 $200

  33. 3-300 List Three general Characteristics about Synthetic Fibers.

  34. 3-300A Strong, Warm, Wrinkle resistant, static cling, hold body heat 1 - 100 $300

  35. 3-400 Name Three ways that Fibers are constructed into fabrics.

  36. 3-400A Weaving Felting Knitting 1 - 100 $400

  37. 3-500 Tell the recommended procedure for removing oil based stains such as grease or greasy foods.

  38. 3-500A Pre-treat with stain stick or concentrated detergent. Then Wash using heavy duty detergent with hot water. Rinse and inspect before drying. 1 - 100 $500

  39. 4-100 What information can be found on a pattern envelope? List 3 things 1 - 100

  40. 4-100A Amount of Fabric Needed for different sizes. Type of Fabric Suggested Notions Needed Picture of finished product Different amounts needed for napped fabric. 1 - 100 $100

  41. 4-200 How should a pattern size be chosen? Give 2 examples.

  42. 4-200A For Pants, Skirts and Shorts, Choose the Waist size first, yet if you have larger hips, then go with the hip size. Shirts: Bust or Chest around the fullest part. Compare to measurement of pattern size. 1 - 100 $200

  43. 4-300 List 4 things found on the Pattern Guide Sheet.

  44. 4-300A • Line drawings of all the technical steps. • Pattern Pieces • General Directions • Cutting Layout • Sewing Directions, step by step 1 - 100 $300

  45. 4-400 • Draw the following pattern symbols on the board and explain what they are used for. • Grainline • Notch • Stitching Line • Place on Fold

  46. 4-400A b. c.- - - - - - - - - d. 1 - 100 $400

  47. 4-500 What pattern marking should be transferred to the fabric? Name 4

  48. 4-500A Dots Button Holes Darts Notches Center Front/Back Pleats or Tucks 1 - 100 $500

  49. 5-100 Unless otherwise stated, the width of a seam is how wide? 1 - 100

  50. 5-100A 5/8 Inch 1 - 100 $100