MATERIALS PROVIDED 1 Pattern pieces for the dress A Dress front B Dress back C

Materials provided 1 pattern pieces for the dress a

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MATERIALS PROVIDED 1. Pattern pieces for the dress: A-Dress frontB-Dress backC-SleeveD-Sleeve binding and tiesE-Sleeve openingF-Front neck facingG-Back neck facingH-The collar2. Plain light weight cotton fabric 80cm long by 90cm wide3. Sewing thread to match4. One large envelopeTHE TESTUsing the materials provided, cut out and make up the right half of a child’s dress to show the following a) The making of a French seam at the shoulder b) The making of a neatened open seam at side c) The preparation of the sleeve opening d) The joining of the underarm seam using a neatened open seam e) The preparation of the interfaced collar f) The preparation of the front and back facing. g) The joining of the collar to the neckline using the facings. h) The binding of the lower edge of the sleeve and preparation of the tie ends i) The preparation and attachment of the sleeve.
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N/B Do not trim or neatened the armhole seam allowance. *NDW* A pattern of a boy’s pair of shorts is provided. You are advised to study the sketches, the question paper and the layout before you begin the test. 1. MATERIALS PROVIDED A . Shorts front B . Shorts back C . Waist band D . Fly and opening facing E . Fly binding. 2. Light weight cotton fabric of 70cm long by 90cm wide 3. Cotton sewing thread to match the fabric 4. One large envelope
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THE TEST Using the provided materials cut out and make up the LEFT LEG of the shorts to show the following: 1. The making of the back dart2. The facing of the short3. The preparation of the fly4. The lining of the prepared fly with the attached facing5. The neatening of the raw edges if the fly together with the facing using the bias binding6. The fixing of the fly in position by top stitching.7. The joining of the side seam using a plain seam (not open) and neatening half of it8. The joining of the inner-leg seam using a neatened open seam.9. The preparation and attachment of an interfaced waist band10. The preparation and slip-hemming of half of the hem (i.e. from side seam to inner leg only)At the end of the examination, firm sew on to your work, on single fabric a label bearing your name and index number. Remove the needle and pins from your work. Then fold your work carefully and place it in the envelope provided. Do not put scraps of materials in the envelope.BOY’ S SHORT*STK*A pattern of a girl’s blouse is provided. You are advised to study the sketches, instructions and layout carefully before you begin the test.MATERIALS PROVIDED1. Pattern pieces for the blouseE.BODICE FRONT
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F. BODICE BACK G. BACK NECK FACING H. ARM HOLE BINDING STRIP 2. Light weight plain cotton fabric 45cm long by 90cm wide. 3. Sewing thread to match the fabric 4. One large envelope THE TEST Using the materials provided, cut out and make the LEFT HALF of the blouse to show the following processes; (h) Working of the front bodice double dart (i) Making a French seam at the shoulder (j) Making a neated open seam on the side of the blouse (k) Joining the back neck facing to the front facing and neatening the free edge (l)
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