By Rose Sinclair; Hermione Lewis
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Cc Plan the development stages. cc Choose an idea/ideas that closely meets the specification. textiles technology cc Create a paper pattern with the correct markings. For more on commercial patterns and grading, see Chapter 11, page 268. cc Mock must list the equipment and tools required to construct your product and know the health and safety implications when used in mass production. cc Refer to your mood board to look at patterns and decoration – consider adding new components or trying different patterns.
2 marks] 4. List four problems a manufacturer could encounter with a new designer’s first manufacturing specification. 16 Case study Casestudyobjective: to show how a renowned designer has incorporated science, technology and ethical beliefs into creating many new innovative and forward-thinking fabrics and products Nameofdesigner: Issey Miyake Typeofdesign: fashion and textiles engineering using science and cutting-edge technology packages Marketarea: couture to high-end fashion and interior products Profile Issey Miyake set up his design studio in Tokyo in 1970.
Cc You need to be able to apply a surface pattern, a surface decoration (embellishment) or both techniques to your fabrics. cc You need to choose the most appropriate fabric/s and components for your design specification. cc You should aim to include photographic images to record the key stages in the making of the product. cc You need to write a product and manufacturing specification. cc You should aim to present your work on eight A3 sheets of paper. Exam practice questions 1. Draw the following construction techniques for seams and joins: (a) flat fell seam (b) French seam (c) overlocker seam (d) slip stitch for hand stitching.
AQA GCSE design and technology : textiles technology by Rose Sinclair; Hermione Lewis