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This term students have been working on designing and making a gadget case. Most have chosen to make one for their phones, but some have gone large and have chosen an I Pad or lap top. The design theme used to inspire them was the world wild fund for nature. Here are some of their creations:


YEAR 9 FASHION AND TEXTILES


Our current Year 9 students have been working with a range of resist dying techniques such as Tie-Dye, Batik (hot wax painting) and flour pasting to get some stunning, colourful results. They been researching bird shapes and shading to get a range of blended techniques. As well as dying techniques, students have been embellishing work using a wide range of skills such as embroidery, beading, sequins, bias binding and diamanté to enhance their products. Constructive techniques have been used on the sewing machines such as pleating and gathering to add shape to their work. Most students made skirts and some made pleated cushions. The quality of work has been amazing and so creative with students showing independence and asking to learn more techniques. I am really pleased with the outcome of work and how hard students have worked.


NEW COMPUTER EMBROIDERY MACHINE


Thanks to our new Computer Aided embroidery machine students can challenge themselves to be more creative and detailed designs that are compatible with designs done in higher education. This has meant Year 11 and Year 10 students can produce high quality products suitable for retail.


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