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Clothing I Test Review. State Skills Test. 1. What do the feed dogs do when sewing?. Control the position of the needle Hold the fabric in place Move the needle Move the fabric during stitching. 2. If the sewing machine is threaded correctly, the thread will.

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    1. Clothing I Test Review State Skills Test

    2. 1. What do the feed dogs do when sewing? • Control the position of the needle • Hold the fabric in place • Move the needle • Move the fabric during stitching

    3. 2. If the sewing machine is threaded correctly, the thread will • Loop on the bottom side of the fabric only • Stitch Evenly • Pull out of the needle when beginning to sew • Skip Stitches

    4. 3. What part of the sewing machine are the seam allowance guides located? • Take-up lever • Needle Stitch Plate • Feed Dog • Stitch Control

    5. 4. On the sewing machine what forms a stitch? • Upper threads and bobbin threads interlock • Bobbin winder • Take-up and bobbin threads interlock • Bobbin thread goes through the needle

    6. 5. The presser foot: • Forces the fabric to move while being stitched • Controls the tightness or looseness of the thread • Holds the fabric firmly in place against the feed dogs • Holds the spool of thread

    7. 6. The presser foot lifter/lever: • Raises or lowers the presser foot • Holds the spool of thread • Holds the fabric firmly in place against the feed dog • Raises or lowers the thread take-up lever

    8. 7. The thread tension: • Holds the spool of thread • Holds the bobbin in place • Holds the fabric firmly in place against the feed dogs • Controls the tightness or looseness of the thread

    9. 8. Which part raises and lowers the needle on a sewing machine? • Thread take-up lever • Presser foot lifter/lever • Handwheel • Spool Pin

    10. 9. The bobbin case: • Guides the lower thread into position for contact with the upper thread • Forces the fabric to move while being stitched • Directs the thread from the spool into the needle • All of the above

    11. 10. All of the following statements regarding the stitch length control are true EXCEPT: • Controls the number of stitches per inch. • For regulation stitching is set to sew 6 stitches per inch • Can be easily adjusted to perform a basting stitch • Is adjusted to stitch more stitches per inch when sewing an area that will have stress.

    12. 11. Pinking Shears: • Can be used to create a seam finish • Should be used to cut out fabric • Are better to use on knits than on woven fabrics • Can be easily sharpened at home.

    13. 12. A tool that is designed to remove small stitches is a: • Scissors • Seam ripper • Shears • Hem Marker

    14. 13. Which of the following protects the finger from a hand needle? • Tape Measure • Thimble • Scissors • Point Turner

    15. 14. Which of the following is used to take body measurements • Tape Measure • Seam Gauge • Ruler • Yard Stick

    16. 15. Which of the following is used to transfer pattern markings onto the fabric? • Seam Ripper • Water soluble fabric pens/markers • Needle point board • Seam Gauge

    17. 16. Which of the following tools is designed to cut fabric from patterns? • Shears • Rotary Cutters • Pinking Shears • Seam Ripper

    18. 17. Which one of the following is designed to measure short distances, six inches or less? • Seam gauge • Tape Measure • Ruler • Yard Stick

    19. 18. Which of the following protects the fabric from shiny marks made by an iron? • Seam Roll • Seam Ripper • Pressing Cloth • Sleeve Board

    20. 19. When replacing the sewing machine needle, it is important that the: • Groove side of the needle faces the thread • Groove side of the needle faces away from the thread • Needle be inserted to the top of the socket • 1 and 3

    21. 20. Following the outside edge of the presser foot gives a seam allowance of: • 3/8” wide • ½” wide • ¼” wide • 5/8” wide

    22. 21. The length of stitch you select is determined by: • The fabric you are using. • The purpose of the stitch • Type of thread • All of the above

    23. 22. Before starting a row of stitching, the thread take-up lever should be at its: • Lowest point • Midway point • Highest point • Doesn’t matter

    24. 23. When pressing: • Use a lifting and lowering motion • Use a sliding motion • Check appropriate temperature settings • 1 and 3

    25. 24. If the sewing machine is incorrectly threaded, the thread of the stitch will: • Loop on the bottom layer of the fabric • Skip Stitches • Unthread the needle • All of the above

    26. 25. Which of these practices might damage or reduce the efficiency of a sewing machine? • Applying a drop of oil at each oiling point. • Leaving pieces of thread in the machine • Removing the stitch/needle plate to clean the underside of the machine • Using canned air to remove lint.

    27. 26. All of the following may be causes for a sewing machine to skip stitches EXCEPT: • Needle in backwards • Blunt or bent needle • Incorrectly threaded needle • Upper tension is too tight

    28. 27. When passing a sharp object, such as a pair of shears, to another person always: • Use both hands • Pass the handle first • Check the blade • Use the clip cover

    29. 28. Which of the following fibers is classified as a natural fiber? • Rayon • Acrylic • Cotton • Polyester

    30. 29. Linen is made of: • Silk • Cotton • Wool • Flax Seed

    31. 30. Which fiber comes from an animal? • Silk • Flax • Cotton • Ramie

    32. 31. Natural fibers: • Come from plants and animals • Are not absorbent • Come from plants and wood pulp • Are chemically altered

    33. 32. Examples of synthetic fibers are: • Cotton, linen, and wool • Nylon, polyester, and acrylic • Felting, knitting, and weaving • All of the above

    34. 33. Which characteristic is unique to synthetic fibers? • Tends to shrink • Heat Sensitive • Absorbs Moisture • All of the above

    35. 34. Which of the following fibers is usually recommended for beginning sewing projects? • Cotton • Wool • Linen • Silk

    36. 35. All of the following characteristics are true of cotton EXCEPT: • Strong and Durable • Absorbent • Wrinkle resistant • Accepts dyes and prints easily

    37. 36. Blends are created: • To utilize the positive characteristics of each fiber • To reduce the cost • So the fabric will be washable • By using three or more fibers

    38. 37. All of the following statements regarding textiles are true EXCEPT: • Synthetic fibers are less absorbent than natural fibers • Often a blend is a combination of one natural and one synthetic fiber • You can usually tell the fibers in a fabric by looking at it. • Some synthetic fibers are manufactured from wood pulp

    39. 38. All of the following statements regarding man made fibers are true EXCEPT: • Rayon is manufactured from the cellulose fibers found in plants. • Nylon was the first fiber produced from chemicals • The generic fiber name must appear on the label of any garment or fabric sold • The generic name is the name given by the manufacturer of the fiber

    40. 39. When polyester is blended with cotton, the fabric becomes: • Wrinkle resistant • Stronger • Mildew Resistant • All of the above

    41. 40. Which one of the following fibers should be pressed at the lowest temperature setting? • Polyester • Nylon • Linen • Cotton

    42. 41. Which of the following statements about pressings is true? • Silk should be pressed with a hot iron and moisture • Wool should be pressed with a hot dry iron • Synthetic fabrics should be pressed using a low temperature setting • Cotton should be pressed using a low temperature setting

    43. 42. Which of the following characteristics is unique to cotton? • Dries Quickly • Builds up static electricity • Absorbs Moisture • All of the above

    44. 43. Which one of the following fibers has the MOST natural fire-retardant characteristics? • Acrylic • Cotton • Polyester • Wool

    45. 44. Usually the least expensive natural fiber is: • Linen • Wool • Cotton • Silk

    46. 45. Which fibers would be the best choice for a summer clothing project? • 100% Polyester • Acrylic and Nylon Blend • Silk • Cotton/Polyester Blend

    47. 46. Stains may be permanently set by: • Placing the stain in cold water immediately • Leaving the stain untreated for too long • Heat of any kind • 2 and 3

    48. 47. To remove blood stains from washable fabric: • Soak it in cold water • Wash it in hot water • Pour bleach directly on it • Use a non-enzyme detergent

    49. 48. To remove ink: • Soak it in cold water and then rub with detergent • Sponge with white vinegar and rinse • Spray lightly with hair spray or sponge with rubbing alcohol • Pour bleach directly onto the stain

    50. 49. Allowances made by pattern companies for fit is: • Extensions • Seam Allowance • Grading • Ease