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Year 8 Textiles

Cushion Project
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Amanda Fitzpatrick

on 17 October 2013

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Transcript of Year 8 Textiles

What is Appliq
ué?

Designing
Lesson Objectives
Appliqué
Applique with the sewing machine:
Place your own picture
behind this frame!
Double click to crop it if necessary
San Francisco
Budapest
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
(cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr
(cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr
Stockholm
(cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr
Pieces of fabric sewn onto a larger piece of fabric to form pictures or patterns.
Examples
To know what is required for a successful piece of hand appliqué

To know how to appliqué with felt

To be able to use hand sewing to create an appliqué sample
Success criteria for hand applique
Well cut felt

Tacking stitches that are not too BIG

Neat small running stitches in a colour that matches the felt

Tacking stitches removed

Felt securely sewn onto the calico
Year 8: Cushions
Lesson objectives:
All
Select and work with a range of tools and equipment. Apply knowledge and understanding of ingredients, materials and components and work with them with some accuracy, paying attention to quality of finish and to function.
Work with a range of tools, ingredients, materials, equipment, components and processes with some precision. Solve technical problems and modify approach according to progress.
Work with a range of tools, ingredients, materials, components and processes and show that you understand their characteristics.
Solve technical problems and modify approach according to progress.
4c-4a
6c - 6a
Most
Zig-zag stiches are small and neat and in an appropriate colour.

Stitches follow the outline of the shape.

There are no large gaps between the stitches.

The fabric is securely fixed to the backing fabric.
Success criteria for machine appliqe
What techniques have been used?
What is meant by

Quality Control?
Lesson objective:

To apply your design on to fabric showing consideration for quality of finish and precision.
5C-5A
6C-6A
7C-7A+
ALL
Most
Some
All learners will be able to work with a range of tools, materials, equipment and processes with some precision.

Solve technical problems and modify approach if necessary.
Most learners will be able to show an understanding of characteristics of materials and processes.

Solve technical problems and modify approach.
Some learners will be able to take full account of characteristics of materials and processes.

Adapt methods of manufacture to changing circumstance as you solve technical problems and provide an explanation of any changes.
5c-5a
What's this made from?
Lesson objective:

To model your final design using paper and use this paper model to make a pattern.
5C-5A
6C-6A
7C-7A+
ALL
Most
Some
Develop several design ideas showing your understanding of aesthetic and economic dimensions. Show how you have used the research to guide your designs. Communicate how you have selected and rejected your design ideas by using criteria
Creative design solutions. Make detailed models and drawings to explore and test your design thinking. Discuss your ideas with users and record their views.
Investigate how the shape of your design will influence its function. Recognise a range of needs. Suggest production methods.
What problems did you find when making your model?

What changes will you make now you have made your model?

What techniques are you going to use to make your product?
Some
Levels for Design Proposal
All 5C-5A
Most 6C-6A
Some
(super Dooper)
All 7C-7A+
Creative design solutions. Make detailed models and drawings to explore and test your design thinking. Discuss your ideas with users and record their views.
Develop several design ideas showing your understanding of aesthetic and economic dimensions. Show how you have used the research to guide your designs.

Communicate how you have selected and rejected your design ideas by using criteria
Investigate how the shape of your design will influence its function. Recognise a range of needs. Suggest production methods.
Planning
Produce your own detailed plans, and record any changes that need to be made during the making.
Produce your own detailed plans that show alternative methods of the making process.
Produce detailed plans that name the tools and processes to be used in making your product.
Predict the time needed to carry out the main stages of making your product.
All
Most
Some
5C-5A
6C-6A
7C-7A
Complete a set of step by step instruction of how to complete one of the techniques from last lesson.
Levels for Design Development
All 5C-5A
Most 6C-6A
Some
(super Dooper)
All 7C-7A+
Develop your own detailed criteria showing you have considered other designers’ work.

Communicate how you have used it to develop your own design.
Apply knowledge of ingredients, materials and techniques showing your understanding of how culture and society are reflected in your product when developing your design.

Check work as it develops, solve problems and modify your work showing an understanding of other designers’ work.
Communicate how your designs will work for a range of users and how they follow current design trends.

Develop fully realistic product.
Lesson Objective:
To be able use battik tools to create a pattern on fabric.

To be able to create a sample of machine applique that builds up a picture.
Task List
Iron bondaweb to fabric
Cut out fabric
peal off paper and iron shape to calico
Sew around edges using a zig-zag machine stitch


Draw a pattern / design on paper
Place fabric over the top and trace with wax from the Tjanting tool
Paint the dye over the wax
Place paper over the wax, when the fabric is dry and iron
Success criteria
Lesson Objective
Name correct equipment
Mention health and safety
Quality control points
Starter
Use the making assessment sheet to give yourself a making level based on one of your samples.

Write in your level on the grid and add today's date.
Once complete level your plan,,,,
ACCESS FM
Materials
Environment
Appearance
... small
Safety
Size / Weight
Function
Cost
Customer
Lesson Objective
To analyse existing products to inform design ideas
Levels for Research...
Collect and use various sources of information.
Show some understanding of existing designs, to
help with your design decisions.
Collect and use a range of information and show how it will help to guide your design decisions.

Show that you understand the form and function of familiar products.
Identify, collect and use a wide range of information including production processes and show how the research will help you in developing your design decisions.
All 5C-5A
Most 6C-6A
Some
(super Dooper)
All 7C-7A+

What makes a good design?
Lesson Objective:
To develop a design that uses 3 textiles techniques and can incorporate a circuit.

To create a shaped pattern piece including a 1.5 cm seam allowance.
Final design coloured and with annotation
Complete pattern piece for the body of the bag
Complete assessments for Design Development and Design Proposal.
Lesson Objective
To create suitble templates for machine and hand applique
Learning context:
Designing the cushion

Progress Step 1
Progress Step 2
Progress Step 3
Next step:
Can you...
Success check list
Learning to hand applique to add decoration to the cushion.
To be able to use tacking and running stitch.
Prior learning:
To know what applique and to understand why we use a template.

To know the steps for completing hand applique.

To be able to complete hand applique with some accuracy.

To be able to create basic instructions for completing hand applique using diagrams.

To be able to applique with precision and evaluate what makes a successful piece of hand applique and to be able to suggest improvements.

To be able to create instructions for hand applique using diagrams and textiles key words.
applique ensuring that all of the felt is sewn securely and neatly?
Give WWW and EBI for your applique sample?
Identify why a certain component has been used?
applique using small neat running stitches?
cut felt accurately and neatly using a template?
write step be step instructions for how to complete hand applique with labeled pictures?
Can you...
Can you...
Explain to someone what applique is?
Say why it's important to use a template?
Tell someone in the main steps of how to complete a sample?


Learning context:
Add the design to the cushion

Progress Step 1
Progress Step 2
Progress Step 3
Next step:
Can you...
Success check list
Designing the cushion
To know textiles techniques that we can use to decorate the cushion
Prior learning:
To create 4 designs that would be suitable to use on the cushion.

To have 4 design ideas that are labeled with suitable textiles techniques for making.

To evaluate design work.

To have 4 designs that are designed for a customer or environment.

Design work should show how design have been developed.
Design work labeled to show why it would appeal to a customer and why they would buy it.
Labels to show what parts you have used from each design.
4 designs that include labels for areas that use, applique, beading, fabric paint, embroidery etc
Design work to have EBI and WWW
Can you...
Can you...
Designs must show a clear picture or design
Designs must be fully coloured

Learning context:
Putting the cushion together
Progress Step 1
Progress Step 2
Progress Step 3
Next step:
Can you...
Success check list
Adding the design to the cushion front
To know what techniques you are going to use and how to applique
Prior learning:
To applique a simple shape on to your cushion that accurately represent your design



Use another technique to add further detail to your cushion.

Buttons, beads, sequins, colour change paint, glow in the dark paint, foil, colour change thread.

Start putting the cushion by taking the cushion together.
Pin the cushion together along the seam allowance
Tack the cushion together
sew on the machine with a straight stitch
Use a technique that compliments your design
Work accurately and with some precision to represent your design
Can you...
Can you...
Accurately cut a paper template
Cut out the felt to the right size with smooth edges
Tack the felt on to the fabric
Sew it on using neat small running stitches that blend in and hold the felt

Task list!
Photocopy your completed design, cut out areas for applique.

Pin templates to felt and cut out accurately and keeping the edges smooth.

Pin felt to the cushion and tack on using a contrasting colour thread.

Sew on the felt using small running stitches that are on the edge of the felt in a colour that blends in.

Remove tacking stitches - carefully

Add other areas to the cushion using another technique

Tie dye the back of your cushion -make sure elastic bands are tight enough to keep dye out

Embroider on the tie dye to give the back of your cushion further detail

Turn round the raw edges of the tie dye and sew them down.

Tack the cushion together and sew the cushion together.
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Date…

I will be successful if…

I am going to…

Target setting

Learning context:
Practicing on the sewing machine
Progress Step 1
Progress Step 2
Progress Step 3
Next step:
Can you...
Success check list
Adding the design to the cushion front
To know what techniques you are going to use and how to applique
Prior learning:
Complete putting the cushion together



Evaluate the cushion

Plan for how to make your cushion
Write a step by step plan that covers what you did to make your cushion
Include health and safety of using equipment, thinking about your safety and the safety of others.
recognise good points and bad points of your cushion.
To use key words to evaluate your product and say how well it works, taking in to account opinions of others.

Can you...
Can you...
Close your cushion securely so that it will be safe to use
Use small stitches, that are of the same size and close together.

Date…

I will be successful if…

I am going to…

Target setting

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What has not gone so well today?
What are you going to do better next time to improve your learning?
How have you helped someone else learn today?
Which key words fit into today’s lesson?
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