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These lines represent approximate areas where sleeves are sewn onto the sides of the body. Decide on the thickness of sleeves, drawing them to extend to the outside edges of the paper. Sketch the neckline – standard jerseys usually have v-necks, but use another shape if you like. Add detailing – clothing that must endure the rigors of a contact sport usually has double stitching for strength. This can be shown at the sleeves, bottom and any other area you choose. Determine a color pattern – borrow colors from the Lions or create your own combinations. No more than two or three colors are necessary. Highlights of black and white are often used on jerseys in conjunction with one or two other colors. Use your color pattern to create bands on the sleeves, neckline and other areas as desired. Colors should have good contrast that allows the design to be visible from a distance, especially the number(s). Use the fold line to help you center the number you chose. Examples of block letters are shown on the accompanying illustration, but be as creative as you’d like. Jersey numbers are often “shaded” with a second colors. Frequently, smaller numbers are sewn to the shoulders. From this viewpoint, only part of the shoulder numbers would be visible. Add a tag inside the neckline to show the size. Jerseys often have outside tags on the lower portion of the body that show the manufacturer’s name. This would be an ideal are to sign your name or create a company with your initials. Add any other detail you would like. If desired, cut out your jersey and mount on a contrasting color. Materials: White or manila drawing paper, 12” x 18” or 9” x 12” Drawing pencil/eraser Ruler or straightedge Colored pencils, markers, crayons or other coloring medi a Assessment: Ask the student to write an advertisement for his/her jersey, describing the type of fabric that would be used, why the color choices are successful, the durability of the shirt, other details that were used, and the approximate price of the shirt.
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 21 Lions Jersey Design
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Detroit Lions ProFootballHOF.com Pro Football Hall of Fame Youth & Education 22 The Internet and Football Goals/Objectives: Students will: Identify the Internet as a viable source for information and research. Identify key phrases and words in searching the Internet for football related information. Identify various and reliable Internet sites. Identify main points of article. Effectively analyze Internet sites National Standards: Technology: 2-Issues; 3-Technology Productivity Tools; 4-Technology Communication Tools; 5- Technology Research Tools, 6-Technology Problem Solving Methods/Procedures: Students complete the worksheets provided on the following pages in this section concentrating on one activity at a time.
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