Course Title: Draw a trade drawing for fashion design

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term1 2009

Course Code: GRAP5225C

Course Title: Draw a trade drawing for fashion design

School: 350T Fashion & Textiles

Campus: Brunswick Campus

Program: C4219 - Certificate IV in Fashion and Textiles Merchandising

Course Contact : Carmen Pricone

Course Contact Phone: 9925 9195

Course Contact Email:carmen.pricone@rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

cathy.chen@rmit.edu.au

mirta.mizza@rmit.edu.au

nardia.robertson@rmit.edu.au

janette.wotherspoon@rmit.edu.au

Nominal Hours: 40

Regardless of the mode of delivery, represent a guide to the relative teaching time and student effort required to successfully achieve a particular competency/module. This may include not only scheduled classes or workplace visits but also the amount of effort required to undertake, evaluate and complete all assessment requirements, including any non-classroom activities.

Pre-requisites and Co-requisites

None

Course Description

This course covers the skills and knowledge to draw an accurate trade or technical drawing based on specifications and a design.


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

LMTFD3004B Draw a trade drawing for fashion design

Element:

1.  Prepare drawing tools and equipment

2. Prepare workstation

3.  Interpret design brief or specifications

4.  use template to produce trade drawing

5.  Complete work

Performance Criteria:

1.1 Drawing tools and equipment are selected. equipment
1.2 Drawing tools and equipment are prepared for use.
2.1 Workbench and seating are set up according to OHS practices .
2.2 Tools and equipment are set out to facilitate effective work practice.
3.1 Trade drawing requirements are investigated and specifications identified from Criteria are design brief.
3.2 Specifications are identified and followed as required.
3.3 Style of garment is identified.
3.4 Garment features required to complete trade drawing are identified.
3.5 Detailing and special effects are identified for use on trade drawing.
4.1 Quality criteria are used in trade drawing. trade drawing
4.2 Template to draw trade drawing is selected.
4.3 Lines are drawn accurately to complete drawing, using a ruler where necessary.
4.4 Working drawing is produced to correctly represent a pattern piece or garment.
4.5 Relevant parts of drawing are identified and labelled.
5.1 Trade drawing is inspected against quality standards.
5.2 Any changes or adjustments to trade drawing are carried out as required.
5.3 Documentation relating to trade drawing is completed and stored.


Learning Outcomes


On successful completion of this course you will have developed and applied the skills and knowledge required to demonstrate competency in the above elements.


Details of Learning Activities

This unit covers the skills and knowledge to draw an accurate trade or technical drawing based on specifications and a design brief. This is a manual drawing class using primarily, pencil and fine line pen. You will be drawing garments and garment components from a variety of sources such as magazines and samples to Fashion industry standards. As well as class activities you will be required to undertake research and assessment practice outside of regular class times. You are reminded of the learning expectation that you will complete an equal amount of research time outside of class as you do in class to further you understanding and to be deemed competent in this course.


Teaching Schedule

                       Topic                                                                                 
Elements
Week 1- 2 Introduction to course and equipment required.
Eight head female fashion figure
Familiarisation with female templates for skirt, tailored pant, set-in sleeve shirt, Magyar/raglan shape, t-shirt/kimono shape & jean.
Start skirt unit - pencil, dirndl                                                                                                                                  
1.1 Drawing tools and equipment are selected. equipment
1.2 Drawing tools and equipment are prepared for use.
2.1 Workbench and seating are set up according to OHS practices .
2.2 Tools and equipment are set out to facilitate effective work practice.
3.1 Trade drawing requirements are investigated and specifications identified from Criteria are design brief.
3.2 Specifications are identified and followed as required.
3.3 Style of garment is identified.
3.4 Garment features required to complete trade drawing are identified.
3.5 Detailing and special effects are identified for use on trade drawing.
4.1 Quality criteria are used in trade drawing. trade drawing
4.2 Template to draw trade drawing is selected.
4.3 Lines are drawn accurately to complete drawing, using a ruler where necessary.
4.4 Working drawing is produced to correctly represent a pattern piece or garment.
4.5 Relevant parts of drawing are identified and labelled.
5.1 Trade drawing is inspected against quality standards.
5.2 Any changes or adjustments to trade drawing are carried out as required.
5.3 Documentation relating to trade drawing is completed and stored.                                                                                                                
Week 3 - 4 Continue with skirt unit
- skirt research assignment - Skirt Silhouettes
- flip skirt with yoke.
- 6 gore A-line skirt,
- 8 gore trumpet skirt,
- straight skirt with front pocket, front buttoning
1.1 Drawing tools and equipment are selected. equipment
1.2 Drawing tools and equipment are prepared for use.
2.1 Workbench and seating are set up according to OHS practices .
2.2 Tools and equipment are set out to facilitate effective work practice.
3.1 Trade drawing requirements are investigated and specifications identified from Criteria are design brief.
3.2 Specifications are identified and followed as required.
3.3 Style of garment is identified.
3.4 Garment features required to complete trade drawing are identified.
3.5 Detailing and special effects are identified for use on trade drawing.
4.1 Quality criteria are used in trade drawing. trade drawing
4.2 Template to draw trade drawing is selected.
4.3 Lines are drawn accurately to complete drawing, using a ruler where necessary.
4.4 Working drawing is produced to correctly represent a pattern piece or garment.
4.5 Relevant parts of drawing are identified and labelled.
5.1 Trade drawing is inspected against quality standards.
5.2 Any changes or adjustments to trade drawing are carried out as required.
5.3 Documentation relating to trade drawing is completed and stored.
Week 5 - 6 Sizing Systems
Lecture - Historical development of sizing systems.
Case study: Comparison of Australian and International sizing systems
Assignment: Sizing and Fitting
1.1 Drawing tools and equipment are selected. equipment
1.2 Drawing tools and equipment are prepared for use.
2.1 Workbench and seating are set up according to OHS practices .
2.2 Tools and equipment are set out to facilitate effective work practice.
3.1 Trade drawing requirements are investigated and specifications identified from Criteria are design brief.
3.2 Specifications are identified and followed as required.
3.3 Style of garment is identified.
3.4 Garment features required to complete trade drawing are identified.
3.5 Detailing and special effects are identified for use on trade drawing.
4.1 Quality criteria are used in trade drawing. trade drawing
4.2 Template to draw trade drawing is selected.
4.3 Lines are drawn accurately to complete drawing, using a ruler where necessary.
4.4 Working drawing is produced to correctly represent a pattern piece or garment.
4.5 Relevant parts of drawing are identified and labelled.
5.1 Trade drawing is inspected against quality standards.
5.2 Any changes or adjustments to trade drawing are carried out as required.
5.3 Documentation relating to trade drawing is completed and stored.
Week 7 - 8 Sleeves:
Short folded cuff, set in sleeve gathered onto cuff, leg’o’mutton, raglan,
Collars:
Mandarin, convertible (closed and open), shawl 
1.1 Drawing tools and equipment are selected. equipment
1.2 Drawing tools and equipment are prepared for use.
2.1 Workbench and seating are set up according to OHS practices .
2.2 Tools and equipment are set out to facilitate effective work practice.
3.1 Trade drawing requirements are investigated and specifications identified from Criteria are design brief.
3.2 Specifications are identified and followed as required.
3.3 Style of garment is identified.
3.4 Garment features required to complete trade drawing are identified.
3.5 Detailing and special effects are identified for use on trade drawing.
4.1 Quality criteria are used in trade drawing. trade drawing
4.2 Template to draw trade drawing is selected.
4.3 Lines are drawn accurately to complete drawing, using a ruler where necessary.
4.4 Working drawing is produced to correctly represent a pattern piece or garment.
4.5 Relevant parts of drawing are identified and labelled.
5.1 Trade drawing is inspected against quality standards.
5.2 Any changes or adjustments to trade drawing are carried out as required.
5.3 Documentation relating to trade drawing is completed and stored.
Week 9 - 16Pants:
Drawstring pant, jeans, tailored pant.
Hand in Assignment: Sizing and Fitting 100%
Pleats
Dresses
Jacket
Drawing from garments on stand,
1.1 Drawing tools and equipment are selected. equipment
1.2 Drawing tools and equipment are prepared for use.
2.1 Workbench and seating are set up according to OHS practices .
2.2 Tools and equipment are set out to facilitate effective work practice.
3.1 Trade drawing requirements are investigated and specifications identified from Criteria are design brief.
3.2 Specifications are identified and followed as required.
3.3 Style of garment is identified.
3.4 Garment features required to complete trade drawing are identified.
3.5 Detailing and special effects are identified for use on trade drawing.
4.1 Quality criteria are used in trade drawing. trade drawing
4.2 Template to draw trade drawing is selected.
4.3 Lines are drawn accurately to complete drawing, using a ruler where necessary.
4.4 Working drawing is produced to correctly represent a pattern piece or garment.
4.5 Relevant parts of drawing are identified and labelled.
5.1 Trade drawing is inspected against quality standards.
5.2 Any changes or adjustments to trade drawing are carried out as required.
5.3 Documentation relating to trade drawing is completed and stored.
Week 17 Drawing Folio submitted for assessment 100% 1.1 Drawing tools and equipment are selected. equipment
1.2 Drawing tools and equipment are prepared for use.
2.1 Workbench and seating are set up according to OHS practices .
2.2 Tools and equipment are set out to facilitate effective work practice.
3.1 Trade drawing requirements are investigated and specifications identified from Criteria are design brief.
3.2 Specifications are identified and followed as required.
3.3 Style of garment is identified.
3.4 Garment features required to complete trade drawing are identified.
3.5 Detailing and special effects are identified for use on trade drawing.
4.1 Quality criteria are used in trade drawing. trade drawing
4.2 Template to draw trade drawing is selected.
4.3 Lines are drawn accurately to complete drawing, using a ruler where necessary.
4.4 Working drawing is produced to correctly represent a pattern piece or garment.
4.5 Relevant parts of drawing are identified and labelled.
5.1 Trade drawing is inspected against quality standards.
5.2 Any changes or adjustments to trade drawing are carried out as required.
5.3 Documentation relating to trade drawing is completed and stored.
Week 18Assessment Week  
Subject to change


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


References

McKelvey, Kathryn. Fashion Source Book.
Morris, Bethan. Fashion Illustrator.
Abling, Bina. Fashion Sketchbook.
Stecker, Pamela. Fashion Design Manual.
Jenkyn Jones,Sue, Fashion Design.
McKelvey, Kathryn & Janine Munslow. Fashion Design: Process, Innovation & Practice.


Other Resources

A4 Layout pad
HB Pencil – .5mm mechanical
Eraser
Ruler
Black fine liner pens 0.4mm
A4 Folder
A4 sheet protectors


Overview of Assessment

You will be assessed on a folio of exercises done in class. The work will be based on various garment details and silhouettes for a range of different types of garments.


Assessment Tasks

Ongoing assessment based on class work.
• Regular class attendance is necessary to demonstrate competence.
• You are expected to competently complete all practical class work in order for drawing tasks to be assessable.
• It is essential that you attend regularly to obtain instruction and feedback on your progress.
• Information about the specific details of each task will be supplied to you at the beginning of scheduled classes.
• You will be expected to attend, participate and complete each task to the required standard, to be eligible to be assessed and to continue with the next task.

Folio of class work will be submitted in Week 17 for assessment - 100%


Assessment Matrix

ElementFolio
1. Prepare drawing tools and equipment.X
2. Prepare workstation.X
3. Interpret design brief or specifications.X
4. Use template to produce trade drawing.X
5. Complete work.X

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