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Sewing & Dressmaking

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Darrelyn Ingram

on 14 March 2014

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Transcript of Sewing & Dressmaking

Table of Contents:
Product Description
Product Description:
This Fabulous dress can be worn at any occasion. It is made out of polyester and lace.
Dressmaking:
Tools:
Sewing Machine
Pins
Scissors
Marking tools
Thread
Needles
Pressing tools
Fabric

Mentor
Sewing & Dressmaking
Darrelyn M. Ingram
English-1B

Dressmaking
Tools
Budget
Mentor
Process
Learning Stretch
Reflection of Learning/ Challenge
The craft of using hand or sewing machine to create a dress.
Budget:
Process Of my Dress:
Cutting the pattern out and marking the pieces.
Treading the machine
unpinning the pattern
Mentor shows me. MY TURN!
Learning Stretch
I have learned the fundamental knowledge of dressmaking, sewing and the ability to run and operate a sewing machine.
Challenges
Threading a machine
Pinning
Hand Sewing
Reading a pattern
Thank you!
To my family,Mentor,Teacher, Panel and outside expert
Sewing the bottom piece of the dress together
Cutting shawl
Anybody can cut and sew! Be Inspired!
Reflection
Sewing stood out to me. I learned how to work with a pattern to create a dress. Cutting and matching for sewing techniques brings everything back to elementary school. I learned that a little mistake could mess up what the product might look like.
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