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Textiles and Design Prezi

Passion project #1 Semester 1
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Chloe Falla

on 12 June 2013

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By Chloe Falla
Textiles and Design
ICT
Science
Write a Biography of Alex Perry
Career
Reputation
Highlights
Humanities
Draw a sketch of the bag and
dress that I will make.
Art
Study 1 traditional pattern design from 2 different countries.
Design my own pattern based on the traditional design I studied.
The Tree Of
What is the "anatomy" of some of our everyday materials?
Fabric strength test: Which
weave will survive the brutal test of weight holding?
Paisley Designs
Mud Cloth Designs
India - Paisley
Origin
Colours
Materials
Uses - Old and new
Africa - Mud Cloth
Origin
In the making
Colours
Polar fleece
Flannelette
What is the recorded history of 3 well known fabrics?

Cotton (BCE)
Velvet (CE)
Lycra (1900)
Weave
Fibers
Threads
Specimen: Polar fleece

Date: 17-4-2013

Magnification: 40=(4x10)
Specimen: Flannelette

Date: 17-4-2013

Magnification: 40=(4x10)
Weave
Fibers
Threads
English
Cotton, Velvet, Lycra
When were they first used?

Who first used them?

Production process?
Calico
Specimen: Calico

Magnification: 40= 4 x 10

Date: 17-4-2013
Weave
Fibers
Threads
Strength Test Results
Strongest estimated fabric
1. Polar fleece
2. Flannelette
3. Calico
Strongest Fabric
1. Polar fleece
2. Calico
3. Flannelette
Estimated weight held
Polar fleece: 800gm Calico: 400gm
Flannelette: 600gm
Weight held
Polar fleece: 4.05 kg
Calico: 3.05 kg
Flannelette: 2.05 kg
Textiles
Were the final products different to the sketches?
Some of Alex's Designs
Inspiration
Dress Plans
Maths
Study linear graphs


Create a linear graph with the old and new wages for the various levels of apprenticeship in the textiles industry
Bag Plan

Sew a dress and a bag

Did I manage to complete these tasks?
Graph
Did the linear graph work?:
Bibliography



English
http://www.dailytelagraph.com.au/entertainment/sydney-confidential/alissandra-moone-bullied-for-being-too-fat-on-australias-next-top-model/story-e6frewz0-1226129284195
http://www.alexperry.com.au/content/alexperry12.pdf
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alex_Perry

Humanities
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cotton
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velvet
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spandex

I.T
http://www.stardoll.com/en/games.php?id=1063
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mudcloth#In_fashion
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paisley_(design)
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/India%E2%80%93Iran_relations

Textiles
http://maribelmade.com/index.php/2010/06/diy-reversible-tote-bag/
http://butterick.mccall.com/b5317-products-9434.php?page_id=424&search_control=display&list=search


Teachers: Family:
Ms. Cavanagh Fiona Amarasinghe
Ms. Dick Mum (Diana Falla)
Ms. Miller

Personal Learning
Organization skills?
What will I do next time?
How can I improve?
Final Products
Effort
Challenges
Over all
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