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CHAPTER 11, 12 & 13: CLOTHING, FASHION, FABRICS AND CONSTRUCTION TEXTILE FIBRES
THINKING ABOUT FIBRES Unravel one to find out, what do you see? If you were to look at your closet at home, what would your closet be made up of? Natural fibres? Manufactured fibres?
What are Fibres? A Fibre is the basic unit that makes fabric. It’s usually grouped and twisted together to form a continuous strand, called a yarn. Yarns can be woven or knitted together to make fabric. Fibres are classified according to their source or origin. Natural fibres come from natural sources, such as plants and animals.
TEXTILE FABRICS: CHAPTER 11
NATURAL FIBRES Natural Fibres Time: 47 seconds How you make wool: Time: 5:35 Time: 1:51 Natural Fabrics: 1:00
MANUFACTURED FIBRES Old School Documentary: Nylon & Rayon
Fibres that are as a result of scientific experimentation and development are called manufacture fibres.
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WHEN MANUFACTURED AND NATURAL FIBRES MEET 6 mins 41 secs Now we are coming to the point where we can manufacture “natural” threads. Fibre: Bacterial Cellulose What would you choose to grow? Do you see this as a viable option for fashion in the future?
FIBER TO FABRIC 7 mins 19 secs Making Fabric Choices Hand-Out How Fabrics are made Hand-out/Worksheet Try It/Take it Up
CLUES TO FABRIC PERFORMANCE, GR 12 ONLY
FABRIC CONSTRUCTION From Fibre to Fabric From Fibre to Fabric 2 mins 50 secs Fibres and Yarns: Part 1 9 minutes Part 2 (specific to knitting/yarn)
FABRIC FINISHES 3 mins 6 secs Dyeing and Finishing Part A 7 mins 47 secs Part B 8 mins 14 secs Fabric Finishes for protection: 2 mins 44 secs Printing Fabric with a pattern Only need to watch to 57 seconds Total length is 2 mins 58 secs
Hand-Outs Clue to Fabric Performance Worksheet, try it, take it up, Answer using Chapter 14 Fabric Finishes, Chapter 13
WARP (WA)VS WEFT (WE) 11 minutes Define and Draw your own sketch of EACH Label each drawing Give an (example of where you might see each, ie. Which garments use each weaving process)