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    • Expectations for D&T Textiles
      • Do not talk when the teacher is talking
      • Put your hand up if you wish to answer a question
      • Homework should take at least half an hour hand it in on time
      • Work in a safe and appropriate manner
    • LO: Identify level of Zodiac Cushion How can I achieve a higher level?
      • Basic – L4
      • Cushions is finished, but less neatly made, there is fabric painting on the front, based on star sign. Design is based on Zodiac sign.
      • Intermediate level - L5
      • Cushion is well constructed and will have further decorative techniques: appliqué, free machining on front. Design is well balanced.
      • Advanced – L6
      • Cushion is very skilfully made, with appliqué and fabric painting and hand or free machine embroidery. Design is original and mature.
    • Task Analysis DESIGN AND MAKE A CUSHION BASED ON MY STARSIGN
    • Product Analysis Homework Find 5 Cushions and analyse them Use Ikea, John Lewis, M&S, Designers Guild Websites Sketch of cushion Colours Decoration Fabrics
    • Identify 3 Techniques Used!
    •  
    • Zodiac Symbols Mood Board Sketches, Clipart, Magazine cut-outs Make it Personal!
    • Stencilling
      • Repeat
      • Half Drop
      • Circle Rotation
      • Reflection
      • Process
      • Equipment used
    • Homework
      • Investigate an existing printed textiles designer who focuses on patterns
      • BASIC
      • Find at least 5 images of their work, note the period in which they worked.
      • INTERMEDIATE
      • Write up the type of patterns that you have found: for example are they half drop?
      • ADVANCED
      • Write a short report on the work of the designer and their life
      • For example: William Morris, Farrow and Ball, Designers Guild, Timney Fowler
    • Design and Make a Cushion based on your star sign
      • What is your star sign?
      • What is the character of your sign?
      • What images do you associate with your sign?
    • Homework
      • Create a detailed colourfu l mood board
      • Based on your starsign
      • Include ict images magazine images and colourful sketches
      • AT LEAST 5 IMAGES OF YOUR SYMBOL
      • 5 IMAGES OF YOUR CHARACTER
      • 2 HANDRAWN IMAGES
      • INFORMATION ON YOUR CHARACTER
    • Design a Cushion based on the theme of your star sign
      • Task Analysis
      • Decorative Techniques
      • Appliqué, machine embroidery, hand embroidery
      • Tie-dye, batik, fabric painting, repeat patterns
      • Theme of Star signs
      • Investigate your sign, images, colours, mood
      • character
    • How to tie-dye
    • Tie Dye – draw a table in your book Sunshine Pleat Scrunch Button Evaluation of success Sample Process of tie-dye
    • TIE-DYE HOMEWORK
      • Basic
      • Simple explanation of process of tie-dye using a writing frame
      • Intermediate
      • Detailed explanation of the process of tie-dye including equipment used
      • Advanced
      • All of above and a piece of research into the history of tie-dye
    • Appliqué
      • Process
      • Draw onto smooth side of bondaweb – or trace your design. Remember design will be opposite way around!
      • Place rough side of bonda web onto back of your fabric and iron.
      • .Carefully cut out your shape.
      • Peel back tracing paper and place onto your main fabric and iron PROCTECT work.
      • .Machine around with a zig-zag stitch. Stitch length 1 Stitch width 3.
      • EXTENTION: Free machine over the top of your work and add further layers of appliqué.
    • Appliqué process
      • Carefully write up the process of appliqué
      • Describe the technique and equipment and tools used
      • L5c Simple description of process and equipment
      • L5b Detailed description describing process and equipment and safety precautions
      • L5a Detailed description describing process, equipment and tools, safety and your own modifications
    • Can you see how skilfully the appliqué has been used?
    • Batik
      • Lightly draw simple design onto fabric
      • Apply Hot wax to calico fabric
      • Fabric paint background
      • Iron off hot wax
    • Hand embroidery
      • Cross stitch
      • French knot
      • Seeding
      • Satin stitch
    • Hand Embroidery
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    • Fabric Painting Objective: to blend and mix colour understand shades of colour wheel
      • Which are the primary colours L5
      • Understand and use shades and complimentary colours L6
      • Understand how colours can be used to create atmosphere L7
      • TASK
      • Lightly draw the outline of your image onto the cotton calico
      • Select a palette of colour in SHADES of the colour wheel eg: reds and pinks, greens and blues
      • Mix at least 5 shades on the side of your fabric
      • Colour image carefully
    • Colour wheel
    • Research Analysis
      • Research List at least 4 ways each process helped
      • Mood Board
      • Product Analysis
      • Pattern Research
      • Tie-dye
      • Stencilling
      • Appliqué
      • Molar work
      • Hand embroidery
      • Fabric Painting
      • How this research helped to develop my design ideas
      • Level 4
      • Level 5
      • Level 6
      • Level 7
    • Design Specification
      • Essential Criteria
      • Design work must be based on my zodiac theme of ……………
      • Target Audience……….
      • Decorative techniques will include…….
      • Fabrics will be
      • Must be durable and well constructed
    • Design Ideas
      • Draw 3 boxes to sketch out your design ideas into
      • Include a border in 1 st cushion idea
      • Include stripes in 2 nd idea
      • Include abstract images in 3 rd idea
      • Level 5C- some colour, fair design and limited labelling
      • Level 5B/A - detailed colour, design with some originality and with labels
      • Level 6C - very skilfully coloured, with original design and detailed labelling
      • Level 7- exceptional drawing skill with all of the above
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    • Production Plan
      • Fabric paint the border – leave to dry. Cut stencil for border.
      • Draw onto bonda web the appliqué design. Iron bonda web onto fabric
      • Cut out appliqué designs and iron
      • onto background of cushion.
      • Extension: Free machine embroidery over appliqué
    • Homework
      • Textiles and Recycling, your cushion is going to mass produced
      • Do you care where the toxic dyes are disposed of?
      • Should you care if the workers get a fair wage?
      • L4
      • Answer questions on worksheet in full
      • L5
      • Look at fair-trade website- people and planet trade and justice take notes on FAIRTRADE
      • L6
      • Write a report on fairtrade from the website
    • Homework
      • Imagine your are a designer for a leading high street interiors retailer. Your cushion is to be part of a product range, show your cushion in an interior. For example>
      • Bedroom with duvet, lamp shade and curtains to match.
      • Sitting room with sofa, rug and curtains
      • DRAW THE INTERIOR IN COLOUR
    • Homework
      • Keep a production diary of your work – write up what you did today in the class.
      • L4 – simple explanation using words and pictures of what you did and the equipment you used.
      • L5 – more detailed explanation of the processes used noting modifications and failures and quality control checks made.
      • L6 – all of the above and show a plan for your next weeks work!!
    • Design Ideas
      • Draw 6 boxes to sketch out your initial design ideas
      • Include a border
      • Include stripes
      • Use a viewfinder to create abstract images in 3 rd idea
      • Use reflection
      • Scale up one image to create a composition
      • Use repeat patterns
      • Draw 2 final ideas in colour with labelling
      • Level 5C- carefully drawn some colour, fair design
      • Level 5B/A - detailed colour, design with some originality and with labels
      • Level 6C - very skilfully coloured, with original, creative design and detailed labelling
    • Homework Care Labels/Ironing for appropriate fabrics
      • All products need to be ironed at the correct temperature according to the materials they are made from.
      • Ask a grown-up at home if you can iron 4 items of clothing. Look carefully in the care label before you start find out what temperature it needs to be ironed at.
      • Synthetic fabric e.g.: polyester, nylon polyester cotton mix Cool iron
      • Fragile silk Cool iron
      • Cotton, linen Hot steamy iron
      • Get a grown up to sign off your hard work!
      • Name…………..has ironed 4 items of clothing at different temperatures
      • Fabrics ironed……………………………………………
      • Quality of work
      • Basic Intermediate Advanced
      • Signature of parent………………………………………
      • What properties do the fabrics have? How crease free is your ironing!!!!
    • Objective of Lesson:
      • Add name to cushion
      • Draw on seam allowance
      • Dye the background of the cushion, using either tie-dye, batik, fabric painting
      • Prepare stencilling or applique for cushion.
      • Draft a production diary of your work.
    • Production Diary
      • Detailed Diary of the progress made
      • In comic strip form include your use of time.
    • Evaluate Your Work
      • How successful is your final cushion?
      • L 4 simple description of the process of producing your cushion, reflect on your design ideas how well does the final outcome interpret that design.
      • L 5 reflect on your design ideas explain the success of the final outcome. Describe what modifications were made as you went along. Describe technical problems and solutions.
      • L 6 Identify ways to improve your product.