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Test Review Chapters 40, 41 and 42
The elements of design are? Pattern Line Texture Shape color
The principles of design are? Harmony Scale Balance Proportion emphasis
What do responsible clothing shippers consider in buying Clean hands Tell the clerk if a garment is damages Avoid getting makeup on clothing
________are fashions that only last a short time fads
________clothes can be sued in a variety of situations multipurpose
What are the most important things when purchasing a garment Care label Price tag Quality of garment
Scarves, belts, ties and jewelry are clothing accessories
The common name for a group of similar fibers is it _____name? Generic
Dacron is a _________ name for a polyester fabric brand
If you combine cotton and polyester to get the best qualities of both, you have developed a fabric______ blend
What can you do to remove blood stains? Cold water soak for 30 minutes Then use a pre-soak product Wash in cold or warm water
Color is often added to fabric by adding ________ which can come from nature or chemicals Dye
Flame-retardant is an example of a _______process that changes the characteristic of a fabric finishing
You should read ________ care labels to learn what steps to follow in washing and drying. fabric
You should sort washable clothes in separate piles… Delicate Sturdy whites Light colors Permanent press Knit Dark colors Heavy soiled
You should chose a different ___,____,____ for different clothes. Water level Temperature setting Wash cycle
Use a _______ ______ to brighten cotton clothes. Non chlorine bleach
You can rub a ______ ______ _____on the necklines and cuffs of long sleeved shirts before washing them. Undiluted liquid detergent
What items should be included on all clothing labels Care label Fabric content Where is was made
You should clean out the lint filter ___ ___ you use the dryer. Each time
What do you us to get grease out of washable clothes Use a stain remover according to the label
Caring for Clothing. Discussion How can organizing your clothing help make a little space seem like a lot more? What household items can be used for storage?
2.02 Explain ways to care for apparel. Sorting clothes Weight- Sturdy cotton, Knits, & Delicate Color- White, Light color, & Darks Heavily Soiled-
Bell Ringer Do you do your own laundry? If so, do you sort your clothes and read labels before you wash them? NOTEBOOK CHECK- 10 stamps starting on 12/8.
Clothing Care. Two ways you can learn about your clothing: 1. Hang Tags – Are larger tags attached to new garments. Are removed before wearing. Include.
The Laundry Process Mrs. Hayes Home & Careers. The Six Steps in the Laundry Process are: 1.Repair 2.Sort 3.Pre-Treat 4.Wash 5.Dry 6.Iron.
Family and Consumer Sciences presents the Seventh Grade.
Caring for clothes oDevelop a daily routine oDon’t throw them in the floor!!!!! oOpen fasteners when removing oProtect against stains: makeup, sunscreen,
Laundry and Stain Removal. Basic Clothing Care 1.Read labels and treat clothes accordingly. 2.Washing Wears out clothing. 3.Hot water gets clothes the.
Clothing Care Chapter 14 & 15 Care for clothes Stain removals Care labels Fabric Care Laundry Products Equipment.
Laundry. Supplies Detergent or Soap Stain Remover Fabric Softener Bleach Thread, Needles, Buttons.
ALWAYS read the label on the garment and do as the label says The label will tell you: Whether the garment can be machine washed or if it needs.
+ Fabric Care Unit 9 th Grade Fashion. + Sorting Clothes Sorting clothes is important because it prevents colors from bleeding. It also prevents clothes.
6 th Grade - FACS. Required by law Tells how to care for garment Must list fiber content.
Unit 2: Caring for Clothing Family and Consumer Sciences I.
How to do Laundry A quick and easy tutorial!. 5 Steps to Clean Clothes! Gather your materials Separate & evaluate your clothes Wash your clothes Dry your.
L AUNDRY. Why do we need clean clothes? Why is it necessary to know how to do your own laundry?
Laundry 101 Fashion and Textiles. So, you have a huge pile of laundry, now what? You need to sort it!!! But how?
Clothing Care Chapter 17 page 258. Routine Care Why set aside specific time to care for clothing? Learning about clothing care will help you save money.
Caring for Clothes Chapter Steps to Keeping Your Clothes in Great Shape Take care not to damage or soil clothing as you get dressed or undressed.
How to do Laundry 1. Check the pockets. 2. Check for tears or rips 3. Check the care label- separate any that say “dry clean or hand wash etc) 4. Pretreat.
T HE L AUNDRY P ROCESS As a result of completing this activity you will be better prepared to keep your clothes clean and looking their best longer.
Care Labels Sorting Stains Water Temperatures Washing ◦ Machine Washing ◦ Hand Washing Drying ◦ Tumble Drying ◦ Line Dry ◦ Dry Flat.
Chapter 18 Caring for Clothes. Clothing Storage Store apparel items as close as possible to the place where they will be used or put on. It is recommended.
1 Laundry and Dry Cleaning Chapter Garment care label is your guide Today washing clothes a lot different than a few years ago.
Fabrics and Colors Washing Machine Cycle Detergents and other Laundry Additives Dryer Cycle.
Intermediates Joy Jordan, Extension 4-H Youth Development Specialist and Tiffany Browning 4-H Project Coordinator, Department of Family, Youth & Community.
…IN 6 EASY STEPS The Laundry Process 1 Mrs. Reed's Family and Consumer Sciences.
Fibers and Their Characteristics A brief overview of today’s natural and manufactured fibers.
Taking Care of Clothing Teen Living Objective Suggest specific techniques for care of clothing.
Ch. 52 Fibers, Fabrics, and Clothing Care. Introduction Fabrics (textiles) part of everyday life Textiles begin as fibers Fibers made into fabrics Fabrics.
Laundry 101 and Clothing Care. The 4 Steps of Laundry Step 1- Sort out the laundry Sort into colors Darks, Brights, Whites/Pastels Sort by type.
Laundry 101 and Clothing Care. The 4 Steps of Laundry Step 1- Sort out the laundry Sort into colors Darks, Whites, Pastels Sort by type Towels.
Week 5 Project James A. Rhodes Jr. Walden University Instructor Mark Clauburg Instructional Design III EIDT April 7, 2013.
Joy Jordan, Extension 4-H Youth Development Specialist and Tiffany Browning, 4-H Project Coordinator, Department of Family Youth & Community Sciences.
Chapter 44: Fabrics and Their Care Objectives: Compare different types of fibers, fabric construction, methods, and finishes.
Clothing Care Beginners Joy Jordan, Extension 4-H Youth Development Specialist and Tiffany Browning, 4-H Project Coordinator, Department of Family Youth.
Imagine you have a strict budget for clothing: › What are ways to make your clothing budget go farther?
Clothing Management Unit 3 Clothing Care and Laundry Tonja Bolding Lakeside High School Revised 2010.
Introduction: Everything we do, from digesting our food to making art, involves chemistry. Everything is made of chemicals! Today, we are going to learn.
LAUNDRY CARE LABELS. Wash Machine Wash Cycles Normal Permanent Press/ wrinkle resistant Gentle/ Delicate.
Clothing Care and Laundry Products Apparel Development 1 Objectives 7.01 and 8.01.
Guidelines to help you look your best! Nancy Bodman June 2007.
Tie Dye T-Shirts. Day 1 Procedures 1.Label your shirt so you can tell it is yours! 2.Wear gloves! 3.Soak it in the bucket of sodium carbonate for 20 minutes.
Clothing That Suits You. Describe your most recent purchase of clothing.
Silk (Cocoon of silkworm) Available in wide variety of weights and textures. Luxurious. Strong. Drapable, soft. Absorbent. Resists wrinkles.
FIBERS SYNTHETIC FIBERS Manufactured through the use of chemical substances. Less absorbent than natural fibers and are heat sensitive.
Chemistry is Everywhere! Everything we do, from digesting our food to making art, involves chemistry. Everything is made of chemicals! Today, we are.
1. Have your laundry carrying device, laundry soap, stain remover and softener sheets handy. Double check that you've taken all your soiled clothes from.
Chemistry is Everywhere! Introduction: Everything we do, from digesting our food to making art, involves chemistry. Everything is made of chemicals!
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