Fabric layout Fabric surface Texture Motif Grain line One way cut Two way cut

Fabric layout fabric surface texture motif grain line

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iv. Fabric layout Fabric surface - Texture - Motif - Grain line - One way cut - Two way cut - Right side - Wrong side Fabric properties - Shrinkage fabric - Stretchable fabric - Elastic fabric v. Fabric defect Shading Needle damage vi. Paper pattern arrangement on fabric layout 8 Lecture i. Cutting materials and tools determined ii. Paper pattern identified for fabric cutting iii. Types of fabric Identified iv. Fabric layout v. Fabric defect removed vi. Paper pattern arranged on the fabric layout vii. Cutting techniques determined viii. Fabric cut ix. Cutting quality checked x. Workplace cleanliness complied
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75 Work Activities Related Knowledge Applied Skills Attitude / Safety / Environmental Training Hours Delivery Mode Assessment Criteria vii. Cutting techniques straight curve shape viii. Cutting quality inspection cutting accuracy balance mark notches seam allowance marking ix. 5’S requirements i. Determine cutting materials, tools and equipment ii. Identify paper pattern for fabric cutting iii. Identify types of fabric iv. Lay out fabric v. Remove fabric defect vi. Arrange paper pattern on the fabric layout vii. Determine cutting techniques viii. Cut fabric ix. Check cutting quality x. Ensure workplace cleanliness 16 Demonstration & observation
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76 Work Activities Related Knowledge Applied Skills Attitude / Safety / Environmental Training Hours Delivery Mode Assessment Criteria Attitude: i. Careful in handling cutting materials and tools ii. Alertness in laying fabric and cutting activities Safety: i. Adhere to safety procedure 5. Carry out sewing activities for children wear making i. Sewing materials such as Thread, facing interlining Fastening (button, zip, hook and bar, hook and eye) Button and button hole Trimming (ribbon, lace, ruffle) ii. Sewing tools and equipment such as Sewing machines Sniper Un-picker/ seam ripper Iron (press and steam) iii. Types of children wear cutting part for garment assemble iv. Type of children wear sewing techniques such as Blouse Skirt 12 Lecture i. Sewing materials, tools and equipment determined ii. Cutting part identified for garment assemble iii. Sewing techniques applied iv. Sewing procedure followed v. Children wear sewing quality checked vi. Workplace cleanliness complied
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77 Work Activities Related Knowledge Applied Skills Attitude / Safety / Environmental Training Hours Delivery Mode Assessment Criteria Pants v. Children wear sewing procedure Seam type Stitches vi. Children wear sewing quality inspection such as Sewing defect Stitching tension Measurement accuracy Fabric defect Workmanship defect i. Determine sewing materials, tools and equipment ii. Identify cutting part for garment assemble iii. Apply sewing techniques iv. Follow sewing procedure v. Check sewing quality vi. Adhere to workplace cleanliness Attitude: i. Careful in handling sewing tools and machine Safety: i. Adhere to safety procedure 24 Demonstration & observation
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  • Fall '19
  • ISBN, Sewing, Sewing machine, Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, sub sector, Pattern Darling Kindersley Limited London

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