TEXTILE REVISION SCHEDULE 2017
FOR INDEPENDENT REVISION
|WEEK BEGINNING||REVISION AREA||OCR REVISION GUIDE PAGE||TOPICS TO REVISE|
|30/1/17||Construction techniques||46,48,49,50,51||Joining – plain seam, French seam, run & fell, overlocked
Shaping – pleats, gathers, darts, elastic casing
Edge finished – pinking shears, overlocked, bias binding, facing, double stitched hem, blind hem
|Pattern markings & industrial methods||44,45,64,64||Pattern blocks, grading, lay plans, pattern symbols and transferring pattern markings
One-off, batch, mass and JIT production methods
|HALF TERM||Sewn decorative techniques
|Name technique / how to work / selection of use for specific tasks
Applique, patchwork, quilting, hand embroidery, digital embroidery
Name them / how to apply-sew / selection of use for specific tasks
Fastenings, decorative, constructional
|20/2/17||Fabric construction||22,23||How fabrics are made and characteristics of each fabric.
Woven – warp, weft, selvedge, bias, grainline, plain weave, twill, pile, satin & jacquard
Knitting – warp & weft
Non-woven – bonded, needle felted
|27/2/17||Fibres||20,21,24,25,26,27||Natural – cotton, wool, linen, silk
Man-made – polyester, nylon(polyamide), acrylic, viscose, elastane, microfibers
|6/3/17||Fabrics||Difference between fibre names and fabrics. Match fabrics to textile products with reasons for choice linked to performance characteristics; calico, canvas, chiffon, corduroy, denim, felt, jersey, cotton drill, velvet, towelling, rip-stop nylon, fleece|
|13/3||Fabric finishes||36,37||Know why finishes are added and what benefit they bring to the user
Brushing, calendaring, pleating, shrinking, water repellent, stain resistance, anti-static, flame resistance, easy care, rot proofing
|20/3/17||Performance characteristics||32,33||Match the characteristics to textile products and explain the reason they are important – link with suitable fibres/fabric.
Abrasion resistance, strength, elasticity, absorbency, washability, thermal conductivity, resistance to stains, flame resistance.
|27/3/17||Design choices linked to fabrics
Value issues linked to design
|14,15,4 ,5, 56, 57,||Apply knowledge of fibres, fabric, finishes to a wide range of textile products. Link products with fabrics / fibres.|
|EASTER HOLS||Complete a practise paper|
|18/4/17||Health and safety – tools & equipment||40,41,42,43,58,59,70,71||The use of, storage and safety.
Pins, needle, tape measure, tailors chalk, tracing wheel, eyelet setter, embroidery hoop, pinking shears, rotary cutter, embroidery scissors, fabric shears, mannequin, over-locker, iron t-shirt press, sewing machine, digital embroidery machine, batik pot. Etc….
|24/4/17||Decoration – printing & dyeing||34,35,52,53||Name them / how to work / selection of use for specific tasks / environmental impact
Tie-dye, batik, screen printing, transfer /sublimation printing, batch dyeing, continuous dyeing
|2/5/17||Smart & modern materials||28,29, 30, 31||Modern materials such as Kevlar, Nomex, Neoprene, elastanes, Polartec, breathable fabrics such as Gortex.
Smart materials; thermos-chromic, photo-chromic, phosphorescence.
Electronics in textiles and nano-technology
|8/5/17||Environmental issues 6 R’s||60,61,62,63||Reduce, reuse, recycle, rethink, repair, refuse.
Sustainability, biodegradable, production and disposal of textiles, life cycle analysis
|15/5/17||Labelling & quality||68,69, 66, 67||Identify variety of care labels for textiles
Identify quality control checks and importance of.
TUESDAY 23RD MAY – FINAL EXAM