Year 8 - Sand, Sea and Surf

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Designer T-shirts
Sand, Sea and Surf
Existing T-shirts
More fashion T- SHIRTS
File work to include:
 Evaluating existing products
 Brief and specification
 Analysis
 Research sheet
 Design ideas x 4
 Final idea
 Flow chart
 Evaluation
Situation and Design Brief
Situation
A new surf shop is opening in a local seaside town and
would like to add a selection of imaginative T-Shirts
designs to its range of summer clothing
Design Brief
Using the theme ‘Sand, Sea and Surf, design, develop an
attractive T-shirt design that you can make and apply
to recycle an old T-shirt.
You must aim to use as many creative skills as you can to
make your ‘Eco’T-shirt design original.
Homework
 You must find a cotton T-
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shirt or simple top that you
would like to recycle
It is better if it is either white
or a light colour
It can belong to you or
another member of the
family
Bring this to the next Textiles
lesson
You can buy the T-shirt –
Tescos and Asda sell
inexpensive plain white Tshirts
Design Specification
 Deadline: The product must be completed by ....................
 Function: The T-shirt design should be attractive but also able to be
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attached to the T-shirt securely. It needs to allow for washing of the Tshirt.
Target user: The product will be targeted at boys and girls age 12 - 16
Materials and components: Old T-shirts or tops, spare fabric,
ribbons, braids, beads, sequins, embroidery threads, fabric paints,
crayons and pens
Appearance: The item must be colourful and attractive and should
show effective use of colour, shape and texture.
Skills used: The item can show the use of fabric crayoning, painting,
stencilling, embroidery stitches, attaching beads, sequins, buttons etc
Quality control: It must be constructed accurately and finished
properly.
Cost: The cost will depend on how many materials need to be bought.
Design Specification
 Deadline
 Function:
 Target user:
 Materials and components:
 Appearance:
 Skills used:
 Quality control:
 Cost:
Analysis
Creative
techniques
To
learn
Surf
Shop
Why?
Where?
Theme - Sand, sea and Surf
What?
Designer T- shirts
SAFETY
How?
When?
Time
EQUIPMENT
Who?
Limits
Thread/spare
fabric
Sponges
Surf shop
Attractive
9 weeks
Cotton T shirt
Ribbons
Sewing
machine
Scissors
Pins and
needles
Add colour,
texture,
pattern
Surf board
Fabric colouring
crayons /pens
stencilling
Look decorative
Surf flower
Camper van
Produce
environment
friendly products
Customise
Teenager
Boats, yachts
Fish
Recycle
Tape measure
Create a T-shirt
design
Sea life
Sea shore
Sandcastles
Surf boarding
Appliqué
Produce a mood board
 A mood board will help
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you to collect ideas for your
theme and will inspire you
As homework produce
your own mood board.
Present it on A4 paper
Use magazines, holiday
brochures, internet to
develop your mood board
Your mood board must
show colours, textures and
patterns for the theme
Use this to help you to create your design ideas.
Research - sand, sea and surf.
Use this to create your design ideas.
Research - sand, sea and surf.
I like this idea because
It is colourful and attractive.
Possible ideas for T- shirt design
Do you think that
these designs may
be too
complicated?
Think about how
you could
simplify these
designs
Complete 4 ideas all on the theme, label with creative techniques, refer
back to specification when explaining. You can just draw the design if you prefer
DESIGN IDEAS
DESIGN 1
DESIGN 2
DESIGN 3
Explanation
The function of this is…
The target user is…
I will make this attractive
by………..
I will use…………………..
The measurements of the
design will be……………
Explanation
The function of this is…
The target user is…
I will make this attractive
by………..
I will use…………………..
The measurements of the
design will be……………
Explanation
The function of this is…
The target user is…
I will make this attractive
by………..
I will use…………………..
The measurements of the
design will be……………
Label with measurements and construction details.
Consider your progress so far?
 You should have in your folder, brief and
specification, evaluating existing products,
analysis and design ideas.
 You should know which idea you will be choosing as
your final idea.
 Check that your work is neat and tidy and well
coloured and presented.
 You should have completed some background
research on the theme.
Design ideas
 What did you have to use to explain your ideas, to
check they were suitable?
 What information did you label on your ideas?
 ENSURE THAT YOUR DESIGNS INCLUDE
MEASUREMENTS
Label idea with creative
techniques that you will
use, and explain the idea.
Think about developments,
what could you do to
develop the idea?
FINAL IDEA
IDEA
EXPLANATION
I have chosen this idea
because………………………
The size is………………………
The target user for this item
is…………………………….
The measurements for my
design will be……………..
I will make this colourful and
attractive by…………….
Main
Design
printed
Fabric
crayons
Use your SPECIFICATION to
help with your explanation.
I have chosen this idea because……………………………..
Which design did you choose – and why?
 Visually explain in 10
words or less why you
chose your final design
 You can use drawings to
help explain your
reasons!
 Remember to relate your
reasons back to the
specification
Pink
Pink
Positioning final design
Design added here on front of
T-shirt
Surf design produced
using stencilling, fabric
crayons and sequins
FINAL IDEA
 What labelling and explanations must you include on
your final idea?
 What did you need to use to help you explain your
final idea and to check it is suitable? What main
points did this include?
How will you develop your final
design?
 Adding colour  Adding texture –
 Make and mount samples in your book
 What did you find difficult?
 What would you do differently next time?
 Which creative skill will you use on final design?
What are these?
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 Make your pattern template
 Transfer your design
 Extension work:
Consider ways of developing your design creatively
What have you achieved today?
How could you develop your design?
Peer assessment – look at your partners work and
suggest how they could develop their design
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Cut fabric
Print t-shirt
Sew t-shirt
Add labels
Finish, press & inspect
Travel to London
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4 Day 5
Put the following points
In the correct order to
Make a flowchart.
Flowchart.
Add embellishments
Such as beads and
sequins
Pin to fabric on wrong
Side, and trace
Design in pencil
Tack in place using
Thread. Begin hand
Stitching.
Make paper template
And cut out
A Gantt chart can also be used for managing time in the manufacturing process.
GANTT CHART
Manufacturing
process
Wk
1
Wk 2 Wk 3 Wk 4 Wk
5
Wk
6
Wk
7
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Wk
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Wk
9
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Make stencil
template
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Use masking
tape to firmly
attach to t-shirt
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Apply colour
with sponge
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(DYLUNIO CHRYS-T)
Spot the difference
Spot the difference
Spot the difference
Lesson objective
• To learn about another creative technique
• To produce your own sample to show the effect of this
creative technique
• To consider its use in developing your T-shirt design
further (this will help with your evaluation)
• Plan the order of the manufacture for applying
background colour and a design to your T-shirt
START
When paint is dry,
remove stencil
Place stencil onto
T-shirt in correct
position and secure
with masking tape
When dry, place
cardboard inside Tshirt to prepare for
stencilling
Iron finished T-shirt
Place T-shirt in dye
bath
Decide on tie-dye
pattern and tie T-shirt
with elastic bands to
create patterns
Use sponge or brush to
apply fabric paint to
stencil shape
Make up dye bath
After half hour remove
from dye bath and leave
to dry
Leave to dry completely
with stencil attached
Rinse tied T-shirt in
cold water
Put the manufacturing instructions into the correct order.
START
Rinse tied T-shirt in
cold water
When dry, place
cardboard inside Tshirt to prepare for
stencilling
Iron finished T-shirt
Make up dye bath
Decide on tie-dye
pattern and tie T-shirt
with elastic bands to
create patterns
Place T-shirt in dye
bath
After half hour remove
from dye bath and leave
to dry
Place stencil onto
T-shirt in correct
position and secure
with masking tape
When paint is dry,
remove stencil
Manufacturing instructions in the correct order.
Use sponge or brush to
apply fabric paint to
stencil shape
Leave to dry completely
with stencil attached
Marbling
If you have completed all work so far, swop your work
with a partner and complete peer assessment
Homework (Gwaith Cartref)
 Making modifications/changes to my T- Shirt design
 Considering ways in which you could change your
design or develop it further will help you when
evaluating your work
 This will help you to reach the higher levels of the
success criteria for the project – look at the grid in your
books
Finally
 What have you learnt today?
 What is the next step for you?
 What do you hope to achieve in lessons this
week?
 Homework! What will you do at home this
week?
 What resources do you need for that
homework to be easy to complete?
 Make sure that you understand what is
expected this week and keep to the plan!
HOW TO TIE-DYE
FILL IN THE MISSING WORDS;
1. Wash and dry a piece of
fabric.
2. Tie your
of fabric.
3. Damp the fabric before
it into the dye.
4. Leave the fabric in the
for one hour,
occasionally stirring gently.
5. Remove the fabric from the dye and
thoroughly.
6. Hang the
to dry.
7. Remove the
when dried.
8. Iron your
fabric.
Elastic Bands
Placing
Dye
Fabric
Dyed
Piece
Cotton
Rinse
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6.
Why is it necessary to wash the fabric
before adding the dye?
What items could be used to tie your work?
What mordant can be used in tie dyeing?
Why do you dry the item after dyeing and
before removing the string?
If dyeing a yellow fabric in blue dye what
colour would your dyed item come out?
What safety clothing would you wear when
dyeing?
EVALUATION
Look back at your T-shirt and consider the following, put into full sentences:
Have you answered the original brief and your personal spec.?
Does your T-shirt meet design points that you have made in your
specification? I.e.. Have you used colour and texture attractively?
How did you decide on the chosen idea for the T - shirt?
Was sampling useful in the manufacture of your design? Painting,
embroidery stitches, stenciling
What methods did you use in the manufacture of your design?
What parts of the manufacture did you find a challenge?
Are you pleased with the designing and making parts of your T – shirt
design?
What do other people think of your work?
Any suggestions for improvements?
Draw a new improved design.
What is your target for improvement?
 Look back at your
evaluation
 What target have you set
yourself?
 How are you going to
achieve that?
Homework task
 Research one of the following designers who has had an
influence on fashion
E.G
 Vivienne Westwood
 Calvin Klein
 Ralph Lauren
Present your research on A4 paper. You are expected to show
written work as well as pictures or sketches to show your
understanding of the designer.
Your progress so far in this area of Textiles
Technology.
What are your targets for today's lesson.
What do you need to achieve by the end of
today's Textiles Technology lesson?
How will you achieve that? List resources you
need to find.

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