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1 WeekProject 11.Introduction to Textiles 2.Present Art Nouveau 3.Students develop artwork for cushion 4.Peer comments 7CD2 (Thursday 10/03/11) 7EF2 (Friday 11/03/11) Due: Definition and vocabulary page 2, find more images of Art Nouveau 7CD2 (Thursday 17/03/11) 7EF2 (Friday 18/03/11) 21.Finish view finder images 2.Annotate about designs 3.Cut sample and trial inks and stitching 4.Develop design ideas 7CD2 (Thursday 17/03/11) 7EF2 (Friday 18/03/11) Due: Write up the steps of batik pg 6/7 7CD2 (Thursday 25/03/11) 7EF2 (Friday 26/03/11)

2 WeekProject 31.Developing designs 2.Sample inks and embroidery 3.Cut material to size 4.Sample Batik wax 7CD2 (Thursday 25/03/11) 7EF2 (Friday 26/03/11) Due: Finish design development (30min) and specification page (10min) 7CD2 (Thursday 01/04/11) 7EF2 (Friday 02/04/11) 41.Introduction to sewing machine 2.Developing designs 3.Sample inks and embroidery 4.Cut material to size 5.Sample Batik wax 7CD2 (Thursday 01/04/11) 7EF2 (Friday 02/04/11) Due: Sewing machine task p22/23 7CD2 (Thursday 07/04/11) 7EF2 (Friday 08/04/11)

3 WeekProject 51.Introduction to sewing machine 2.Sample Batik wax 3.Sample inks 4.Cut silk material to size 5.Draw pattern on silk, batik and add ink 6.Add embroidery 7CD2 (Thursday 07/04/11) 7EF2 (Friday 08/04/11) Due: Collect folders Homework – A4 page of Primary Research - present information on how cushions covers are joined (for example a zip or a button). Take photos of cushions at home or in shops and write a paragraph explaining how the design work. Find at least 5 examples. 7CD2 (Thursday 14/04/11) 7EF2 (Friday 15/04/11) 61.Draw pattern on silk, batik and add ink 2.Add embroidery 3.Pin and sew cushion together 4.Add stuffing 5.Extension – velcro or zip for cushion 7CD2 (Thursday 14/04/11) 7EF2 (Friday 15/04/11) Due: Label the equipment and describe its use 7CD2 (Thursday 28/04/11) 7EF2 (Friday 29/04/11)

4 WeekProject 7EASTER HOLIDAYS 7CD2 (Thursday 28/04/11) 7EF2 (Friday 29/04/11) Due: 87CD2 (Thursday 05/05/11) – Students in Singapore 7EF2 (Friday 06/05/11) Students in Singapore Due: 7CD2 (Thursday 12/05/11) 7EF2 (Friday 13/05/11) 9Catch up lesson Finish cushion and evaluation 7CD2 (Thursday 12/05/11) Catch up lesson Finish cushion and evaluation 7EF2 (Friday 13/05/11) Due: Evaluation 7CD2 (Thursday 19/05/11) 7EF2 (Friday 20/05/11)

5 Materials UsedTheory CoveredProcessesEquipment & Components Calico CottonArt NouveauBatikSewing machine Designers and Designs CuttingIron Materials and their Properties SewingBatik Wax Pot & Melted wax Materials and Components CAD/CAMTjanting ManufacturingStitchingVelcro CAD/CAMPrinting/ DyeingFabric Pens Fabric JoiningConstruction Techniques Fabric Crayons Design and Technology Textiles Name …………………………… Class ……………………………… Teacher ………………………… In this project you will design and make your own ART NOUVEAU BATIK CUSHION In this project you will design and make your own ART NOUVEAU BATIK CUSHION Insert photo of batik cushion here

6 Descriptive Words Organic form Nature Natural Colours Earthy New Art in French Curvilinear Style nicknamed: Whiplash, Noodle, Cigarette Smoke, Tape Worm Floral designs Motifs Plants Geometric and Non Geometric Patterns Elegant Complimentary Descriptive Words Organic form Nature Natural Colours Earthy New Art in French Curvilinear Style nicknamed: Whiplash, Noodle, Cigarette Smoke, Tape Worm Floral designs Motifs Plants Geometric and Non Geometric Patterns Elegant Complimentary Famous People Antonio Gaudi Victor Horta Henri Van De La Velde Hector Guimard Rene Lalique Alphonse Mucha Emile Galle Gustav Klimt Charles Rennie Louis Comfort Tiffany Famous People Antonio Gaudi Victor Horta Henri Van De La Velde Hector Guimard Rene Lalique Alphonse Mucha Emile Galle Gustav Klimt Charles Rennie Louis Comfort Tiffany Art Nouveau Art nouveau (means ‘new art’ in French) is considered a 'total' style, meaning that it can be applied in architecture; interior design; decorative arts including jewellery, furniture, textiles, household silver and other utensils, and lighting; and the range of visual arts. Art Nouveau ( ) borrowed motifs from Japanese wood prints, a Japanese interior design which had an angular, linear look, combining the grids and parallel lines. Art Nouveau Art nouveau (means ‘new art’ in French) is considered a 'total' style, meaning that it can be applied in architecture; interior design; decorative arts including jewellery, furniture, textiles, household silver and other utensils, and lighting; and the range of visual arts. Art Nouveau ( ) borrowed motifs from Japanese wood prints, a Japanese interior design which had an angular, linear look, combining the grids and parallel lines. 1

7 Vocabulary Write down words of your own that is not included in the descriptive words that describe Art Nouveau Vocabulary Write down words of your own that is not included in the descriptive words that describe Art Nouveau What is Art Nouveau? Explain in your own words What is Art Nouveau? Explain in your own words 2

8 Art Nouveau is a style that can be applied to EVERYTHING and to any MATERIAL here are just some examples 3

9 Applying Art Nouveau A boring and ordinary everyday product A boring and ordinary everyday product ART NOUVEAU Something exciting and unique + = You can get your inspiration from anything like plants, animals, wall paper and even the bizarre 4

10 Art Nouveau Research Fill this page up with your favourite ART NOUVEAU images and ANYTHING that inspires you! Annotate and explain why you have chosen these images and how they will help you in your design process 5

11 What is Batik? Batik is a method of applying wax and dye to fabric to create an image or design. It is a method of decoration that can be used to decorate pillows, bags or fabric for clothes or curtains. Batik is known as the art of decorating cloth using wax and dye; it has been practiced for centuries. In Java, Indonesia, batik is part of an ancient tradition, and some of the finest batik cloth in the world is still made there. The word batik originates from the Javanese ‘tik’ and means to dot. To make batik, selected areas of the cloth are blocked out by brushing or drawing hot wax over them, and the cloth is then dyed. The parts covered in wax resist the dye and remain the original color. This process of waxing and dyeing can be repeated to create more elaborate and colorful designs. After the final dyeing a fixing agent is used to fix the color to the fabric so the color does not run when washed. 6

12 Step by Step Production Of Batik First Step: Final Step: Using drawings and annotation record what you did step by step in the batik process 7

13 Draw up a specifications list to be as ‘specific' as possible about what it is you are going to make. Number your list for example… 1. Design will be create in batik. Mind Map and Specification Mind map as many ideas as possible to help you with your final design 8

14 Designing DESIGN IDEAS AND USING YOUR IMAGINATION- COME UP WITH SOME OF YOUR OWN IDEAS! Be careful when you are drawing, you are not marked on how well you can draw, just how clearly you show your ideas with a good combination of drawn and written information. If you are stuck, you can always start by choosing one of your favourite cushions or image of inspiration that you have researched and then draw adaptations and modifications to it. 9

15 Developing your ideas Choose 2 ideas and develop them further with annotation and justifications for your choices. 10

16 Final Designs Draw your final design in 3D with clear justifications and annotations as to why you have selected this design as your final design. Adjust the drawing by adding or taking away any aspect from your initial idea. You must show that there has been development and improvements. Don’t forget to add measurements. 11

17 Sewing Machine in Detail Take a closer look to the Sewing machine and identify the functions 12

18 Power Switch Presser Foot Presser Foot Lifter Throat Plate Balance Wheel Stitch Length Regulator Stitch Length Regulator Stitch Width Regulator Stitch Width Regulator Bobbin Case/ Bobbin Bobbin Winder Needle Thread Take Up Upper Tension Regulator Upper Tension Regulator Thread Guide Explain and describe each function of the sewing machine Feed Dogs Spool Pin Foot Control 13

19 First Step: Final Step: Step by Step Production Of Batik Cushion 14

20 Velcro is used to seal the cushion fabric together Velcro is used to seal the cushion fabric together Materials & Equipment Name and annotate the use of each item for example stencil paper Materials & Equipment Name and annotate the use of each item for example stencil paper 15

21 You must now explain the good points to your batik cushion and any improvements you would make to it. Always use full sentences with justifications to your answers. 1)How successful were you in meeting your specifications? 1)How do your class mates rate your product and why? 1)If you had to do this project again what would you do differently? 1)What did you learn in the project that was new to you? 1)Come up with 5 more questions to evaluate your own work and answer them. You must now explain the good points to your batik cushion and any improvements you would make to it. Always use full sentences with justifications to your answers. 1)How successful were you in meeting your specifications? 1)How do your class mates rate your product and why? 1)If you had to do this project again what would you do differently? 1)What did you learn in the project that was new to you? 1)Come up with 5 more questions to evaluate your own work and answer them. Evaluation 16


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