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  • 1. Portfolio 2006 - 2008 B.S. Apparel Design and Development
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    • Cover Letter…………………………………………………………………………… 2
    • Resume………………………………………………………………………………... 3
    • Apparel Program Sheet…………………………………….................................... 4
    • Apparel Program (Highlighted)……………………………………………………… 5
    • 100 Level Courses
      • APRL _166 Apparel Construction……………………………………...….….. 7 - 10
      • APRL _ 185 Line Development ..........……………………......................... 11 - 22
    • 200 Level Courses
      • APRL _ 202 Quality Analysis of Sewn Product …...................................... 23 - 36
      • APRL _ 250 Textile Evaluation ……………………………………………...... 37 - 42
      • APRL _ 275 Apparel Grading and Marker Making……………...……......... 43 - 45
    • 400 Level Course
      • ENGL _ 415 Technical Writing.................................................................... 46 - 61
        • Cover Letter Draft………………………………………………………….... 47
        • Genre Specific Document Explanation……………………………………. 48 - 49
        • List Serve Experience Paper……………………………………………….. 50
        • Instructions Project
          • Proposal……………………………………………………………………. 51 - 52
          • Rough Draft of Instructions………………………………………………. 53 - 55
          • Analytical Report …………………………………………………………. 56
          • Usability Study……………………………………………………………. 57
          • Final Set of Instructions………………………………………………… .. 58 - 61
  • 7. Construction Projects Fall 2006
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  • 11. Misses Fall / Winter Collection Fall 2007
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  • 23. Specification Packet Spring 2009 Rose Reisinger Designs – Career Wear Technical Designer: Alicia Schmidt
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    • -Using AAPN -Women’s and Girls -Suits and Outerwear -Vests
    Greco Apparel, Inc. -Manufacturer of career apparel, uniforms, work wear and formalwear; products include pants, shirts and tailored clothing. -Total number of trained operators:  2800 Total number of sewing machines:   3278 Number of cutting tables: 15 Maximum width of fabric: 72 Maximum width of marker: 75ft 511 Buttonholer 512 Button Holer 513 Label Sewer 514 Belt Loop Attacher 515 Pocket Setter501 Single Needle 502 Multi-needle 503 Over edge/serger 504 Safety Stitch 505 Chain Stitch 506 Cover Stitch 507 Blind hemmer
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    • 4 Garments
      • Sleeveless Princess Seam Vest Dress
      • Trouser Pant with Front and Back Double Welt Pockets
      • Princess Seam Vest with Custom Collar Shape, Welt Pockets
      • Pencil Skirt with Velvet Waistband
    • Dress - Princess seams on the Bodice -Lining (fusible) -No Collar -Straight Hem, Open to show off pants -Buttons – At least 2 for closure ----Changes: Pockets Removed, Sleeves removed, Decrease the # of buttons.
    • Pant -Front and back double welt pocket. -Velvet Waistband
    • Skirt ---Similar to the Pant, more simplistic
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    • Vendor choice was based on: --Weight of fabric was displayed --Website actually displayed/described products made in the facility --Most of the other options either didn’t have a website, or mainly specialized in one type of fabric
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    • Tweed: Polyester/Wool Blend
    • Velour: Cotton/Polyester, Stretch velvet for the pant waistband
    • Satin Lining for comfort
    • Fusible Fiber Web to meet price point
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    • Vendor choice: -Difficult to decide -Norman Shatz – well known, makes most trims -Coats also well known
    • Buttons
      • Fabric covered shank button
    • Thread
      • Polyester/ cotton core spun
    • Zipper
      • Conventional/ Coil Zipper, polyester filament fiber
    • Hook and Eye
      • Nickel, machine, sew-on
      • *All in corresponding colors
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    • Resources used: -Various similar clothing items
    • -Ready- to-wear Apparel Analysis
    • -Threading Your Way Through the Labeling Requirements Under the Textile and Wool Acts
    • -Spanish translation
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    • Vest:
    • - I used the prototype when compiling the measurements, along with the sample size 10 measurements.
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    • -Began with model’s measurements to develop sample size 10
    • Found mean of measurements Nordstrom's size 1
    • Neiman Marcus size 10
    • Models measurements
    • 3(# of measurements taken)
    1” 1” 1” 1.5” 2”
  • 32. --Grain was important with the given tweed, velvet fabric --Attended Pant Fit Session: The garment was all over way to big, however with a few changes, (starting from the top) it started to take shape.
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    • Consider price point for each sequence:
      • --Nordstrom’s and Neiman Marcus.
      • Also consider what people are buying,
        • ex: Full lining may not be necessary.
    • Career wear = quality pieces meant to last and not to be disposable
    • Advantages: Fewer machines are needed. (Mostly just the 301 Lock stitch)
    • SPI depends on the thickness of the fabric
    • Apply interfacing
    • Develop Skirt
    • Develop Lining
    • Merge the two together
    Problems: Placket and dealing with the opening at the bottom of the skirt
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    • I really didn’t know where to start with the packaging page.
    • I found some packaging directions/folding directions at work (University Bookstore)
    • added a few details to keep a constant price point.
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    • -Poly Bags
    • -Hangers
      • Different for pants/skirt & Dress/Vest
    • Carton
      • Corrugated cardboard box based upon estimate of size of garments after folded
    • Miscellaneous
      • Packaging tape
      • Straight Pins
    • Fed Ex
      • Global logistics program
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    • Each garment was to be sold as a separate piece.
    • -Therefore, each one had its own complete spec packet.
    • Compiled:
    • Fabrics
    • Trims
    • Packaging & Shipping
    • --Based on the order of consumption determined by the construction page
  • 37. Anthology of Lab Reports Spring 2008
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  • 43. Pattern Manipulation Based off Size 10 Extended to 8, 12, and 14 Spring 2008 Sizes Pictured in Order (Left to Right) 8, 10, 12, 14
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  • 46. Instruction Group Project Fall 2008
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    • Proposal
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            • Contact Me:
            • Alicia Schmidt 201 2 nd St. W 409A Red Cedar Hall Menomonie, WI 54751
            • - or -
            • [218] 371 – 8193
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            • [email_address]

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