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COURSE FAS1000: FASHION ILLUSTRATION udents discover the world of fashion illustration and learn to sketch a croquis,incorporate simple gestures and apply these skills to create fashion illustrations.Outcomes:The student will:1. define fashion art1.1 describe the work of a fashion artist in conveying mood, style or attitude1.2 identify the use of fashion art throughout the fashion industry1.3 identify the use of the croquis, flat and spec (specification) in the fashion industry1.4 identify line quality1.5 identify various tools and supplies that can be used to create fashion art; e.g., pens, inks,gouache, paper, swipe files2. create a technical croquis2.1 identify fashion proportion and the fashion figure; e.g., proportions, anatomy, fashion elongation2.2 sketch the human figure to fashion proportions; e.g., blocking, style lines, balance lines2.3 identify a variety of fashion poses; e.g., full front, profile, pelvic thrust2.4 sketch one fashion illustration using a rounded figure2.5 incorporate a variety of simple gestures using arm and leg variations3. identify fashion silhouettes3.1 identify basic garment styles; e.g., A-line, empire3.2 identify basic garment details; e.g., necklines, sleeves4. identify simple rendering techniques4.1 identify various art supplies that can be used to render fabrics4.2 classify a variety of fabrics by:4.2.1 texture4.2.2 weight4.2.3 hand5. demonstrate sketching techniques to create fashion illustrations5.1 create fashion illustrations to incorporate a variety of garment styles5.2 present thumbnail sketches to represent the fabric of the garments6. identify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practice7. demonstrate basic competencies7.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:7.1.1 communicate7.1.2 manage information7.1.3 use numbers7.1.4 think and solve problems7.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:7.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours7.2.2 be responsible7.2.3 be adaptable7.2.4 learn continuously7.2.5 work safelyIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1000 / 12010

7.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:7.3.1 work with others7.3.2 participate in projects and tasks8. make personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices8.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences8.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choices2 / CTS, MDC: FAS10002010Introductory Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada

COURSE FAS1010:FASHION tion:Students develop an understanding of clothing within the context of society.Supporting Courses:FAS1030: Sewing FundamentalsFAS1050: Redesign, Recycle & RestoreOutcomes:The student will:1. identify the reasons for selecting and wearing clothing1.1 define terms related to fashion, including:1.1.1 fads1.1.2 fashions1.1.3 personal expression1.1.4 trends1.1.5 classics1.2 describe the basic functions of clothing1.3 identify personal preferences related to clothing choices1.4 discuss the influence of:1.4.1 family and friends on clothing choices1.4.2 the media on clothing choices; e.g., ideal figure type, computer-enhanced modelsrepresenting the norm1.4.3 societal changes; e.g., rapid communication, multiple shopping options, casual living,global marketplace, consumer power1.4.4 culture1.5 identify examples of clothing symbols; e.g., heritage, roles, gender, values2. identify the elements and principles of design2.1 describe the impact of colour2.2 develop an understanding of colour2.3 define and illustrate the elements of design2.4 define and illustrate the principles of design2.5 apply the elements and principles of design to personal presentation2.6 describe the implications of first impression3. apply knowledge of the elements and principles of design to personal presentation and clothingneeds3.1 identify the use of clothing for self-expression, considering how and why clothing needs differ;e.g., first impressions, conformity vs. individuality, sub-cultures3.2 discuss methods for setting clothing management/priorities3.3 identify tools and techniques to help with clothing management, considering each of thefollowing:3.3.1 completing a personal clothing inventory3.3.2 applying the elements and principles of design to personal lifestyle in determining aclothing inventory3.3.3 identifying sources for acquiring additional clothing inventory needs; e.g., sewing,discount stores, consignment outletsIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1010 / 12010

4. identify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practice5. demonstrate basic competencies5.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:5.1.1 communicate5.1.2 manage information5.1.3 use numbers5.1.4 think and solve problems5.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:5.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours5.2.2 be responsible5.2.3 be adaptable5.2.4 learn continuously5.2.5 work safely5.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:5.3.1 work with others5.3.2 participate in projects and tasks6. make personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices6.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences6.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choices2 / CTS, MDC: FAS10102010Introductory Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada

COURSE FAS1020:TEXTILES & THEIR :Students develop a broad awareness of textile uses in apparel, homefurnishings, commercial furnishings and industry and the role of theenvironment in relation to the textile industry.Outcomes:The student will:1. identify fibres used to create textiles1.1 define the term fibres1.2 list the various fibres and describe their characteristics1.3 identify the generic and trade names for fibres1.4 explain how fibres are classified, considering the following:1.4.1 animal; e.g., wool, silk, angora1.4.2 plant; e.g., hemp, bamboo, cotton1.4.3 mineral; e.g., glass fibre, metal foil1.4.4 synthetic; e.g., polyester, acrylic, nylon, spandex1.5 discuss the process of manufacturing fibres1.6 describe the fibre characteristics needed for use in fabrics; e.g., strength, wrinkle resistance,drapability, shape retention, air permeability, cover1.7 identify procedures used to identify fibres; e.g., visual, burning rate, chemical observations2. explain how fabrics are formed2.1 explain how yarns are formed; e.g., spun, filament, ply, novelty, textured, blended2.2 describe the distinguishing characteristics of woven, knitted and other fabrics (e.g., felted, lace,crocheting), considering:2.2.1 construction; e.g., plain, twill, satin, jersey, rib, interlock, quilted, laminated, stretch2.2.2 texture2.2.3 hand2.2.4 weight3. identify and describe fabric finishes3.1 explain the different dyeing processes; e.g., stock, solution, yarn3.2 describe common printing techniques; e.g., roller printing, screen printing3.3 explain how a fabric’s texture can be altered; e.g., napping, acid washing, calendaring3.4 identify finishes that improve the fabric’s performance; e.g., mothproof, flame-resistant,antistatic3.5 identify high performance finishes; e.g., nonstick, speed4. examine a variety of fabric samples and determine suitable personal, interior and industrialuses5. demonstrate an understanding of consumer rights and responsibilities when purchasing andcaring for textiles5.1 identify international care symbols5.2 identify textile consumer information and protection legislation in Canada, including:5.2.1 Textile Labelling Act5.2.2 Hazardous Products Act5.3 identify consumer agencies that handle complaints about defective goodsIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1020 / 12010

6. identify and research clothing care procedures that limit the extent of fibre deterioration6.1 identify and discuss various methods of laundering and dry-cleaning textiles6.2 identify appropriate routine care of textiles by:6.2.1 discussing care labels on garments6.2.2 identifying various methods for removing stains6.2.3 describing how to store clothing/textiles6.3 describe the environmental factors that:6.3.1 contribute to the deterioration of fabrics, clothing and household goods6.3.2 extend the wear life of fabrics, clothing and household goods6.4 describe the environmental impact of the use and disposal of care products6.5 identify methods used to reduce the damaging effects of care products on the environment7. identify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practice8. demonstrate basic competencies8.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:8.1.1 communicate8.1.2 manage information8.1.3 use numbers8.1.4 think and solve problems8.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:8.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours8.2.2 be responsible8.2.3 be adaptable8.2.4 learn continuously8.2.5 work safely8.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:8.3.1 work with others8.3.2 participate in projects and tasks9. make personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices9.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences9.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choices2 / CTS, MDC: FAS10202010Introductory Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada

COURSE FAS1030: SEWING cription:Students learn how to safely use and care for sewing and pressing equipment, andapply these skills during project assembly.Parameters:Access to sewing equipment, tools and notions.Outcomes:The student will:1. identify and demonstrate appropriate use of sewing equipment1.1 identify and explain the main parts of the sewing machine and serger1.2 demonstrate correct threading and basic sewing techniques2. identify and demonstrate use and care of pressing equipment2.1 explain the differences between pressing and ironing2.2 describe the importance of pressing as you sew2.3 identify the different pressing equipment2.4 demonstrate correct pressing techniques using pressing aids3. identify and demonstrate use and care of cutting tools and sewing notions3.1 demonstrate correct cutting techniques using a variety of cutting tools3.2 demonstrate appropriate use of sewing notions4. identify and define terminology related to the construction of fabric4.1 identify the classifications of fibres, including:4.1.1 natural4.1.2 manufactured4.2 explain the differences among woven, nonwoven and knit fabrics5. identify international care symbols5.1 identify the care of fabrics5.2 give examples of the information on care labels6. demonstrate techniques as they relate to the project6.1 prepare fabric6.2 pin and cut accurately6.3 transfer markings6.4 sew a balanced stitched seam, demonstrating:6.4.1 appropriate stitch length6.4.2 even seam allowance6.4.3 an appropriate seam finish6.5 complete the project using appropriate techniques7. apply basic construction skills at an appropriate level in assembling a project7.1 demonstrate management skills7.2 use resources appropriately7.3 demonstrate the use of three construction techniques at the introductory level or higher8. demonstrate safe and proficient use of sewing equipment, pressing equipment, cutting toolsand sewing notions9. identify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practiceIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1030 / 12010

10. demonstrate basic competencies10.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:10.1.1 communicate10.1.2 manage information10.1.3 use numbers10.1.4 think and solve problems10.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:10.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours10.2.2 be responsible10.2.3 be adaptable10.2.4 learn continuously10.2.5 work safely10.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:10.3.1 work with others10.3.2 participate in projects and tasks11. make personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices11.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences11.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choices2 / CTS, MDC: FAS10302010Introductory Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada

COURSE FAS1050: REDESIGN, RECYCLE & RESTORELevel:IntroductoryPrerequisite:FAS1030: Sewing FundamentalsDescription:Students experiment with creative ways to redesign, recycle or restore a projectby repairing, customizing or embellishing. Students use these techniques toupdate or create something new from something old.Outcomes:The student will:1. identify creative ways to redesign, recycle and restore materials to create a project1.1 explain the differences among redesign, recycle and restore1.2 discuss benefits for redesigning, recycling or restoring garments or textile items in terms of:1.2.1 ecological issues1.2.2 environmental issues1.2.3 global issues1.3 present a variety of examples that demonstrate creative ways to redesign, recycle or restore avariety of products; e.g., changing style, adding accessories, changing colour, finding other uses2. differentiate basic repair procedures2.1 identify basic tools required for repair2.2 identify basic repair terms and techniques2.3 determine the type of repair(s) based on the:2.3.1 fabric2.3.2 time required2.3.3 equipment2.3.4 cost2.3.5 skill2.3.6 end use3. demonstrate techniques as they relate to the project3.1 identify reasons for redesigning, recycling or restoring the project3.2 describe the project in terms of:3.2.1 fibre/fabric characteristics3.2.2 quality3.2.3 cost/financial saving3.2.4 maintenance3.2.5 personal satisfaction3.2.6 extended life3.3 describe procedures to follow in preparation of the project3.4 complete the project using appropriate techniques at the introductory level related to fabric andend use, including:3.4.1 construction techniques3.4.2 finishing techniquesIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1050 / 12010

4. apply basic construction skills at an appropriate level in assembling a project4.1 demonstrate management skills4.2 use resources appropriately4.3 demonstrate the use of three techniques applicable to redesign, repair and recycle at theintroductory level5. demonstrate safe and proficient use of the following as applicable: sewing equipment, pressingequipment, cutting tools and sewing notions6. identify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practice7. demonstrate basic competencies7.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:7.1.1 communicate7.1.2 manage information7.1.3 use numbers7.1.4 think and solve problems7.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:7.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours7.2.2 be responsible7.2.3 be adaptable7.2.4 learn continuously7.2.5 work safely7.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:7.3.1 work with others7.3.2 participate in projects and tasks8. make personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices8.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences8.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choices2 / CTS, MDC: FAS10502010Introductory Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada

COURSE FAS1060: CREATING ACCESSORIES 1Level:IntroductoryPrerequisite:FAS1030: Sewing FundamentalsDescription:Students use basic sewing skills and techniques to construct a home or personalaccessory.Parameters:Access to sewing equipment, tools and notions.Outcomes:The student will:1. demonstrate knowledge and skills related to home or personal accessories1.1 identify a variety of home and personal accessories1.2 select a commercial pattern or sketch, design and draft a pattern1.3 determine the type of fabric and notions appropriate for the project chosen1.4 demonstrate appropriate pattern and fabric preparation1.5 demonstrate construction techniques for the project1.6 complete the selected project2. apply basic construction skills at an appropriate level in assembling a project2.1 demonstrate management skills2.2 use resources appropriately2.3 demonstrate the use of three sewing techniques at the introductory level or higher3. demonstrate safe and proficient use of sewing equipment, pressing equipment, cutting toolsand sewing notions4. identify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practice5. demonstrate basic competencies5.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:5.1.1 communicate5.1.2 manage information5.1.3 use numbers5.1.4 think and solve problems5.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:5.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours5.2.2 be responsible5.2.3 be adaptable5.2.4 learn continuously5.2.5 work safely5.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:5.3.1 work with others5.3.2 participate in projects and tasks6. make personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices6.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences6.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choicesIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1060 / 12010

COURSE FAS1080: KNITWEARLevel:IntroductoryPrerequisite:FAS1030: Sewing FundamentalsDescription:Students learn about knit fabrics in the creation of a unique, attractive andserviceable garment.Parameters:Access to sewing equipment, tools and notions.Supporting Course:FAS1130: Construction Fundamentals 1Outcomes:The student will:1. identify requirements of knitwear clothing1.1 analyze ready-made knitwear for suitability and durability1.2 investigate current designs and patterns in knitwear clothing1.3 recognize patterns suitable for knitwear clothing1.4 select pattern suitable for knitwear clothing2. identify requirements of knitwear fabrics2.1 describe the characteristics of knitwear fabrics2.2 investigate fibre content and fabric construction by:2.2.1 describing fabrics that are designed for knitwear2.2.2 identifying factors to consider when selecting support fabrics and notions2.3 identify care required for chosen fabrics3. demonstrate correct use of supplies, tools and techniques used in constructing knitwear3.1 identify types of thread used in knitwear; e.g., polyester, cotton, silk, heavy-duty3.2 identify various fasteners used in knitwear; e.g., zippers, snaps, buttons, Velcro3.3 identify how to choose tapes and trims3.4 identify the uses of:3.4.1 woven elastic3.4.2 braided elastic3.4.3 clear elastic3.4.4 special-purpose elastic3.5 identify and describe techniques appropriate for constructing the chosen project by:3.5.1 exploring construction techniques using equipment appropriate to the garment; e.g.,serger, flatlock, coverlock3.5.2 exploring shaping techniques; e.g., staystitching, understitching, top stitching3.5.3 identifying special techniques used to eliminate bulk or enhance the appearance of seams3.5.4 demonstrating the use of support fabrics3.6 assess proper fit in apparel, considering:3.6.1 comfort3.6.2 correct placement of shaping techniques3.6.3 wearing ease3.6.4 length suitable for style and individual3.6.5 straight hanging seams3.7 demonstrate appropriate fitting adjustmentsIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1080 / 12010

4.5.6.7.8.3.8 complete the garment, demonstrating appropriate:3.8.1 construction techniques3.8.2 finishing techniquesapply basic construction skills at an appropriate level in assembling a project4.1 demonstrate management skills4.2 use resources appropriately4.3 demonstrate the use of three construction techniques specific to knitwear at the introductorylevel or higherdemonstrate safe and proficient use of sewing equipment, pressing equipment, cutting toolsand sewing notionsidentify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practicedemonstrate basic competencies7.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:7.1.1 communicate7.1.2 manage information7.1.3 use numbers7.1.4 think and solve problems7.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:7.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours7.2.2 be responsible7.2.3 be adaptable7.2.4 learn continuously7.2.5 work safely7.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:7.3.1 work with others7.3.2 participate in projects and tasksmake personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices8.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences8.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choices2 / CTS, MDC: FAS10802010Introductory Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada

COURSE FAS1130: CONSTRUCTION FUNDAMENTALS 1Level:IntroductoryPrerequisite:FAS1030: Sewing FundamentalsDescription:Students learn how to determine pattern size, choose a suitable pattern andwoven fabric, make pattern alterations, and prepare the fabric and pattern forlayout. Students apply these skills during the assembly of a simple garment.Parameters:Access to sewing equipment, tools and notions.Outcomes:The student will:1. analyze clothing needs and investigate existing designs1.1 identify current trends in clothing1.2 assess personal preferences related to creating a fashion item1.2.1 assess a variety of pattern styles related to clothing needs2. describe factors that determine the suitability of pattern and fabric2.1 take basic measurements required for a selected project2.2 identify criteria for making pattern selection2.3 explain how fabric construction determines suitability of pattern choice2.4 select an appropriate pattern and fabric, considering:2.4.1 sewing and handling techniques2.4.2 detailing2.4.3 fit2.4.4 ease of sewing2.4.5 care required for the fabric2.5 interpret information on pattern envelope2.6 demonstrate correct use of pattern envelope, instructions and symbols2.7 create record of care information for a fabric chosen, using international care symbols3. demonstrate techniques as they relate to the project3.1 identify reasons for making pattern alterations3.2 explain the differences between fitting and altering3.3 make the necessary simple pattern adjustments to pattern pieces3.4 identify and describe basic fabric widths3.5 describe a method of preshrinking fabric3.6 describe how to straighten the fabric grain3.7 identify fabric terms, including:3.7.1 selvage3.7.2 lengthwise grain3.7.3 crosswise grain3.7.4 bias/true bias3.7.5 raw/cut edge3.7.6 fold3.8 determine layout according to:3.8.1 view/style3.8.2 pattern size3.8.3 fabric width3.8.4 napIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1130 / 12010

4.5.6.7.8.3.9 identify methods for pinning and cutting accurately3.10 place the pattern in an appropriate grainline3.11 identify and describe:3.11.1 pattern symbols3.11.2 various marking methods used for transferring pattern symbols to fabric3.12 complete the garment using appropriate techniques at the introductory level based on fabricand pattern, including:3.12.1 fit3.12.2 pressing3.12.3 constructionapply basic construction skills at an appropriate level in assembling a garment4.1 demonstrate management skills4.2 use resources appropriately4.3 demonstrate the use of three of the following construction techniques at the introductory levelor higher:4.3.1 basting4.3.2 seam/seam finish4.3.3 bulk reduction4.3.4 closure4.3.5 hem treatment4.3.6 pocket4.3.7 shaping technique4.3.8 sleeve4.3.9 neck/waist treatmentdemonstrate safe and proficient use of sewing equipment, pressing equipment, cutting toolsand sewing notionsidentify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practicedemonstrate basic competencies7.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:7.1.1 communicate7.1.2 manage information7.1.3 use numbers7.1.4 think and solve problems7.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:7.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours7.2.2 be responsible7.2.3 be adaptable7.2.4 learn continuously7.2.5 work safely7.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:7.3.1 work with others7.3.2 participate in projects and tasksmake personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices8.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences8.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choices2 / CTS, MDC: FAS11302010Introductory Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada

COURSE FAS1170: DIGITAL EMBROIDERY TOOLS udents develop a basic understanding of the technology used in the constructionof a creative project, using digital embroidery.Parameters:Access to a computerized embroidery machine with hoops.Supporting Course:FAS1030: Sewing FundamentalsOutcomes:The student will:1. demonstrate an understanding of how technology has changed the fashion industry1.1 identify current trends in home sewing technology1.2 identify emerging trends in machine development; e.g., dedicated machines, needle felting,coverlock, industrial embroidery machines1.3 identify current fashion trends related to the use of sewing technology2. identify and demonstrate appropriate use of computerized embroidery equipment2.1 identify various types of domestic sewing machines, including:2.1.1 mechanical2.1.2 electronic2.1.3 computerized embroidery only machines2.1.4 embroidery and sewing machines with limited editing/combining capabilities2.1.5 embroidery and sewing machines with full editing/combining capabilities2.2 differentiate between domestic and industrial sewing machines2.3 identify and explain the main parts of a computerized embroidery machine2.4 demonstrate correct threading of basic computerized embroidery equipment2.5 identify the various media machines used for the creation of embroidery designs, including:2.5.1 built-in designs2.5.2 memory cards2.6 identify machine features and capabilities, including:2.6.1 fonts; e.g., sizes, adjustable spacing2.6.2 embroidery field; e.g., maximum embroidery area determined by machine, hoop2.6.3 editing; e.g., resize, rotate, mirror image, moving design placement on screen2.6.4 thread colour options; e.g., colour selection, skip colours2.6.5 high-end machine extra features; e.g., automatic needle threader, advance/backupstitches, thread notification, design rotation by increments, motif basting, free motionstitch regulator2.7 identify notions, including:2.7.1 thread; e.g., weight, fibre, embroidery, bobbin2.7.2 needles; e.g., types, sizes2.7.3 stabilizers; e.g., types, appropriate uses2.7.4 adhesives; e.g., sprays, new trends, environmental products2.7.5 scissors; e.g., embroidery, appliquéIntroductory Alberta Education, Alberta, CanadaCTS, MDC: FAS1170 / 12010

3. demonstrate techniques as they relate to the project3.1 choose three types of fabric for embroidery3.2 choose an appropriate design based on the fabric type; e.g., single design, merged design,combination design3.3 choose the appropriate notions3.4 plan design placement by:3.4.1 choosing an aesthetic placement3.4.2 manipulating the design to suit placement3.4.3 using templates3.5 select appropriate hoop size demonstrating hooping procedures appropriate to the fabric type3.6 select the appropriate stabilizers, as required3.7 attach the hoop to the machine3.8 apply motif basting techniques3.9 create a preliminary sample, making adjustments to potential problem areas as necessary3.10 execute the design by:3.10.1 incorporating colour changes3.10.2 deleting colours3.10.3 using mirror imaging3.10.4 rotating the design4. apply basic machine embroidery skills at an appropriate level in assembling a project4.1 demonstrate management skills4.2 use resources appropriately4.3 demonstrate the use of appropriate built-in designs, built-in fonts and placement on a minimumof three types of fabrics5. demonstrate safe and proficient use of sewing equipment, pressing equipment, cutting toolsand sewing notions6. identify copyright restrictions and permissions and put them into practice7. demonstrate basic competencies7.1 demonstrate fundamental skills to:7.1.1 communicate7.1.2 manage information7.1.3 use numbers7.1.4 think and solve problems7.2 demonstrate personal management skills to:7.2.1 demonstrate positive attitudes and behaviours7.2.2 be responsible7.2.3 be adaptable7.2.4 learn continuously7.2.5 work safely7.3 demonstrate teamwork skills to:7.3.1 work with others7.3.2 participate in projects and tasks8. make personal connections to the cluster content and processes to inform possible pathwaychoices8.1 complete/update a personal inventory; e.g., interests, values, beliefs, resources, prior learningand experiences8.2 create a connection between a personal inventory and occupational choices2 / CTS, MDC: FAS11702010Introductory Alberta Education, Alberta, Canada

COURSE FAS1190: TEXTILE ARTS udents explore various yarn or textile art techniques and apply basic skillswhile creating a project.Parameters:Equipment varies according to project.Supporting Course:FAS1030: Sewing FundamentalsOutcomes:The student will:1. investigate various yarn or textile art techniques1.1 identify a minimum of five yarn or textile art techniques; e.g., quilting, cross-stitching,embroidery, appliqué, knitting, crocheting1.2 research one or more specific yarn or textile art techniques2. demonstrate and apply basic skills and knowledge of yarn or textile art techniques2.1 select a commercial pattern or design the project2.2 determine the type of yarn(s)/textile(s) appropriate for the project chosen2.3 demonstrate techniques required for the project2.4 complete the selected project2.5 evaluate the completed project for technique, design and overall appearance3.

2.1 identify fashion proportion and the fashion figure; e.g., proportions, anatomy, fashion elongation 2.2 sketch the human figure to fashion proportions; e.g., blocking, style lines, balance lines 2.3 identify a variety of fashion poses; e.g., full front, profile, pelvic thrust 2.4 sketch one fashion illustration using a rounded figure

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fashion and conventional fashion, which will be discussed in Chapter 2, and it has significant meaning to find out the characteristics of the fast fashion consumer behavior. Secondly, the fast fashion is a newly emerged market, so it needs time to

Fast fashion: clothing collections which are based on the most recent fashion trends presented at fashion week in both the spring and the autumn of every year. Fashion involvement: refers to the degree of which a person is involv

automotive industry based on patents and text-mining of company websites. The third section presents findings about private equity investment and startup/spinoff activity. The fourth section explores the supply and demand of skills related to advanced technologies in the automotive industry. The fifth chapter concludes with a short future outlook. Section . Technological trends of .