Fix my broken PATTERN! A LESSON LEARNED FROM THE PAST 1 1 Body Transferring Measurement the Mark 5Cutting the Fabric Laying Out Pattern 3 Drafting Pattern 4 2 Assembling the Lady's Skirt 6 2 Steps in Ladies Skirt 01 02 03 Step 1 Body Measurement Step 2 Drafting Pattern Step 3 Laying Out Pattern 04 05 06 Step 4 Transferring the Mark Step 5 Cutting the Fabric Step 6 Assembling the Lady's Skirt 3 Sew it for yourself You will receive a fabric puzzle . You will assemble the puzzle using thread and needle You will give 5 minutes to do the task How did find the activity? Did you find difficulty in assembling the pieces of fabric? What did you do to assemble it? SEAM a line along which two pieces of fabric are sewn together in a garment or other article. Different Kinds of SEAM Task #4 Who am I? Identify the different types of seam by matching the correct name of the pictures Straight Seams Definition a technique used to secure the raw edge of the fabric exposed within the seam allowance How Press seam allowance open with tip of iron for an inconspicuous appearance. For some construction procedures press both edges of seam to one side. The seam may be pressed open before turning and pressing the edges to one side. This may give a flatter line on some fabrics. Lapped Seams Definition a seam in leather or cloth made by extending a cut or folded edge over a cut edge to the width of the seam allowance and stitching in place How Press the turned edge of the top layer before placing it over the underlayer. Steam press completed seams. Curved Seams Definition long rounded seams sewn into women's blouses or shirts to add shaping or a tailored fit to closely follow a woman's shape How Press seams with outward curves open over a seam board or near the edge of pressing board. Press only 2” to 3” at a time. Complete the pressing over a rounded cushion or rolled Turkish towel, taking care not to shrink or stretch the seam line. Waistline Seams Definition the part of a garment that lies at or near the natural waistline, as the seam where the skirt and bodice of a dress are joined. How Press seam allowances open, then press both edges together. Leave the seam allowances open if neither bodice nor skirt is bulky at waistline seam. APPLICATION Each group will receive a piece of paper that says a task inside. You will demonstrate the given task for 10 minutes. Rubrics 1. Use of tools and equipment 5 2. Application of procedures 10 3. Safety work habits 5 4.Completeness of Task 15 5. Time management 5 40 1. Do you think our lesson will be helpful in your daily life/everyday life? 2. How are you going to apply it? Short Quiz 01 the part of a garment that lies at or near the natural waistline, as the seam where the skirt and bodice of a dress are joined a seam in leather or cloth made by extending a cut 02 or folded edge over a cut edge to the width of the seam allowance and stitching in place 03 long rounded seams sewn into women's blouses or shirts to 04 a technique used to secure the raw edge of add shaping or a tailored fit to closely follow a woman's shape the fabric exposed within the seam allowance 17 ASSIGNMENT: What are the different kinds of hem? Thank you! Any questions?