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  1. Tools Around the Room Draw these pictures to the best of your ability

  2. Iron The Three Elements of Ironing are: Heat, Steam and Pressure, so use some arm muscles when you iron.

  3. Pressing Ham

  4. Sleeve Roll

  5. Pressing Board

  6. Rotary Cutter

  7. Cutting Mat

  8. Straight Edge

  9. Yard Stick Remember that a yard is equal to 3 feet!!!!

  10. Bobbins

  11. Bobbin Case

  12. Store thread end in slit Thread

  13. Pin Cushion

  14. Tape Measure

  15. Scissors Fabric Scissors Pinking Shears

  16. What are the differences?

  17. Seam Ripper

  18. Seam Gauge

  19. Chalk pencil

  20. Tailor’s chalk

  21. Hand sewing needles

  22. Sewing machine needles

  23. What are the differences?

  24. Thimbles

  25. Serger You can always tell it is a serger when there is more than one spool of thread on the machine.

  26. Embroidery Machine You can tell it is an embroidery machine if it has an arm that moves with a hoop and it does not have a foot pedal.

  27. Parts of the Fabric Selvage Bias Weft Warp

  28. What Is a Sewing Notion? A notion is any sewing supply or tool that you can be held easily in one hand.

  29. OUR LIST OF NOTIONSThese are basic notions. They are the notions that are available for you to use in sewing class. • Seam ripper • Shears • Scissors • Pinking shears • Tracing paper • Tracing wheel • Chalk pencil • Tailor’s chalk • Seam gauge • Measuring tape • Hand needles • Machine needles • Needle threader • Bobbin • Thread • Straight pins • Pin cushion • Safety pin • Thimble

  30. Which tool is the notion?

  31. Other Notions The notions you just looked at are used to construct the project. Some notions actually become a part of your project. For example: • zipper • button • ribbon

  32. Notions --- Yes or No?Identify which of the following are notions. yes • Thread • Sewing machine • Thimble • Elastic • Needles • Iron • Straight pins • Tracing paper no yes yes yes no yes yes

  33. Your Job: Sort the notions into these classifications of use. 1. cutting 2. measuring 3. marking 4. stitching 5. other 4 • Thread • Shears • Measuring tape • Scissors • Straight pins • Tracing wheel • Bobbin • Tailor’s chalk • Thimble • Pinking shears 4 • Hand needles • Safety pin • Needle threader • Chalk pencil • Seam ripper • Tracing paper • Pin cushion • Machine needles • Seam gauge 3 5 2 5 1 3 5 5 3 3 4 5 3 4 5 2 1

  34. Imagine that… The United States Army has asked YOU to package a basic sewing kit to be used by the infantry. You must supply just enough notions for the soldiers to keep their uniforms repaired. From the list, which notions will you include and why. U.S. ARMY Sewing Kit • Seam ripper • Shears • Pinking shears • Scissors • Tracing paper • Tracing wheel • Chalk pencil • Tailor’s chalk • Seam gauge • Measuring tape • Hand needles • Machine needles • Needle threader • Bobbin • Thread • Straight pins • Pin cushion • Safety pin • Thimble