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Textiles 10, 11, 12 & Fashion Design 11, 12MS. E. PANG ROOM 306DAY ITextiles Course DescriptionTEXTILES 10 MTXT-10Open to students in Grade 9 or 10In this introductory course students will learn basic sewing and pressing techniques, about the selection and care of fabric, and how to use a variety of sewing equipment-including the serger. Textiles 10 starts with a series of skill developing samples using time-saving techniques, which will be applied to sew 2 garments of your choice: PJ bottoms, skirts, t-shirts, simple dresses, or shorts. Students will also have the opportunity to explore textile crafts.Textiles 11 Course Description TEXTILES 11 (Level I or Level II) MTXT-11Level I: Open to grade 11 or 12 students with little or no previous sewing experience.Level II: Open to grade 10 or 11 students who have successfully completed Textiles 10.Level I: In this introductory course students will learn basic sewing and pressing techniques, about the selection and care of fabric, and how to use a variety of sewing equipment-including the serger. Textiles 11 Level I starts with a series of skill developing samples using time-saving techniques, which will be applied to sew 2 garments of your choice: PJ bottoms, skirts, t-shirts, simple dresses, or shorts are among some popular choices. Students will also have the opportunity to explore textile crafts.Level II: In this intermediate course students will have the opportunity to work with more challenging fabrics and sewing techniques. Students will sew three garments of their choice with increased difficulty such as swimwear, active wear, or formal/career wear. Students will also have the opportunity to explore knitting, quilting, and/or making soft toys.Textiles 12 Course Description TEXTILES 12 MTXT-12Open to Grade 12 students. Textiles 11 Level II highly recommended.Open to students in grade 11 who have completed Textiles Level II.This is an advanced course in sewing and tailoring. Students will sew three garments one of which must be a fully lined jacket or coat. This garment will allow students to apply tailoring techniques to give clothes the extra fit, shape, and stability they need, as well as the opportunity to use difficult fabrics like wool or velvet. Specialty seam finishes, and detailing such as embroidery, beading, piping, and will also be explored.Fashion Design Course DescriptionFASHION DESIGN 11 Applied Skills or Fine Arts Credit YVHE-1BPrerequisite: Textiles 10 or Textiles 11 highly recommended.Open to students in Grade 11 or 12 with or without sewing experience.Open to students in Grade 10 who have successfully completed Textiles 10.Fashion Design is an introduction to the knowledge and development of skills necessary for the Canadian apparel industry, which is gaining importance in the world market. The main objective of the course will be the creation of a Fashion Design Portfolio - an entrance requirement to many post-secondary schools. In completing this Portfolio, students will become familiar with current fashion trends, local designers, the principles of design, complete fashion illustrations, and sew three different garments suited to their level of ability.FASHION DESIGN 12A Applied Skills or Fine Arts Credit YVHE-2AOpen to grade 12 students. Fashion Design 11 highly recommended.Open to students in Grade 11 who have successfully completed Fashion Design 11.Students will further develop their Fashion Design Portfolio, started in Fashion Design 11A, in preparation for the interview process of applying to a Fashion Design school of their choice. In addition, students will experience the entire process of clothing production from illustration to pattern drafting to sewing.FASHION DESIGN 12B Applied Skills or Fine Arts Credit YVHE-2BPrerequisite: Fashion Design 11This course explores the commercial aspect of the fashion industry such as distribution and sales. Students will further develop their Fashion Design Portfolio as well as plan and develop an entrepreneurial venture.

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