Course Title: Modify patterns to create basic styles

Part B: Course Detail

Teaching Period: Term1 2009

Course Code: MANU5926C

Course Title: Modify patterns to create basic styles

School: 350T Fashion & Textiles

Campus: Brunswick Campus

Program: C5220 - Diploma of Applied Fashion Design and Technology

Course Contact : Mandy Penton

Course Contact Phone: +61 3 99259202

Course Contact Email:mandy.penton@rmit.edu.au


Name and Contact Details of All Other Relevant Staff

Ginny Yarnton
Email: virginia.yarnton@rmit.edu.au
Work Phone: 9925 9318
Office Location: 513.03.01

Betty Kanzurovski
Email: betty.kanzurovski@rmit.edu.au
Work Phone: 9925 9237
Office Location: 513.03.01

Sandie Benson
Email: sandra.benson@rmit.edu.au
Work Phone: 9925 9259
Office Location: 513.03.01

Hoa Pham
Email: hoa.pham@rmit.edu.au
Work Phone: 9925 9237
Office Location: 513.03.01

Tina Marino
Email: tina.marino@rmit.edu.au
Work Phone: 9925 9256
Office Location: 513.03.01

Nominal Hours: 50

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 unit covers the skills and knowledge to modify patterns to create basic styles.


National Codes, Titles, Elements and Performance Criteria

National Element Code & Title:

LMTCL2010B Modify patterns to create basic styles

Element:

1. Identify pattern components

Performance Criteria:

1.1 Pattern pieces are identified.
1.2 Pattern markings are identified.
1.3 Required style modifications are identified.
1.4 Pattern components are checked against pattern specification sheet.

Element:

2. Prepare to modify patterns

Performance Criteria:

2.1 Garment requirements are confirmed.
2.2 Fabric performance characteristics that may affect style modifications are identified.
2.3 Patternmaking tools and equipment are selected and prepared.
2.4 Basic sketch of required modification is prepared.

Element:

3. Modify and finalise pattern

Performance Criteria:

3.1 Modifications are made applying basic patternmaking principles.
3.2 Pattern pieces are checked for accuracy, including seam allowances, ease allowance, seam match, hems and functional openings.
3.3 Pattern pieces are labelled, including grain lines, notches, pattern information and cutting instructions.
3.4 OH&S practices are identified and followed.
3.5 Action is taken according to OH&S practices to prevent accidents and to eliminate risks to personal safety.


Learning Outcomes


In this unit you will develop the skills and knowledge required in the modification of existing styled patterns to create new styles with minimal modification. Pattern and garment terminology, as well as the correct use of tools and equipment are also applied.


Details of Learning Activities

The course is integrated with LMTCL3009B Develop patterns from a block using basic patternmaking principles to form a cluster or learning program called Pattern Technology

In this course you will be involved in theoretical and practical tasks.
You will develop the skill to -
• measure and assess fit requirement
• develop patterns from a base size block
• determine style variation and detail
• Assess silhouettes
• Modify patterns
• standard operation procedures to label and identify final pattern components
• maintain accurate records though development of student notes and course hand outs
• Use trade sketches to identify information and finalise pattern specification sheets
•recording and reporting practices
•You will be expected to attend, participate and complete each progressive task to the required standard, to be eligible to be assessed and to continue with the next task.
• As well as class activities you will be required to undertake research and assessment practise 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 demonstrate your understanding and to be deemed competent in this course.


Teaching Schedule

Week 1
Introduction
• Course guide
• OH&S guidelines
• Assessment requirements.
• Pattern making equipment
• Introduction to measuring and Australian standard measurements
• Experimental fitting of calico/pattern on to the mannequin to ascertain basic principle of fit of skirt
• Cut skirt block onto cardboard

Week 2
• Policy standards of RMIT patternmaking procedures
• Determine Base size, seam allowance and ease
• Basic dart manipulation to achieve
o Silhouettes

Week 3
• Yokes exercises
• Zips variations
• Waistband principles
• Skirt style

Week 4
• Continue skirt style
• Pleats, tuck exercises

Week 5
• Skirt styles using principles from week 4

Week 6
• Using gathering principles to produce gathered skirt

Week 7
• Modify gathered skirt from last week to achieve different outcome

Week 8
• Gore skirt using skirt block
• Direct measurement drafting
o Gore skirts

Week 9
• Direct measurement drafting
o Circular skirt

Week 10 - 11
• Skirt Assignment

Week 12
• Bodice Dart Manipulation exercise

Week 13
• Cut shirt block onto cardboard
• Work through Collar and Sleeve principles

Week 14 - 15
• Apply techniques learnt into Shirt styles

Week 16
• Independent Learning task

Week 17
• Written quiz
• Organizing and collating folio and finish any unfinished work

Week 18
Assessment/Feedback


Learning Resources

Prescribed Texts


References

Pattern making for Fashion Design by Helen Armstrong

Designing Apparel through the Flat Patten by Kopp / Rolf / Zelin / Gross

Metric Pattern Making by Winifred Aldrich

Fabric, Form and Flat pattern making by Winifred Aldrich

How to Draft Basic Patterns by Kopp / Rolf / Zelin / Gross


Other Resources

Essential Learning Resources students need to bring for all Patternmaking subjects:
• A4 folio for maintain all class work
• A4 plastic sleeves
• A4 plastic plain paper
• Pattern scissors
• Fabric scissors
• Patternmaking rulers
• Mechanical pencil and spare leads
• Stapler and spare staples
• Sticky tape (Magic tape)
• Tape measure
• pins, needle and thread
• Awl
• Tracing Wheel
• Eraser
• Colour pens
• Colour markers


Overview of Assessment

Detailed course and assessment requirements and information will be made available to you first week of class. Specific details will be explained to you during scheduled classes.

This course comprises both practical and theory components. You will be expected to attend and participate in class activities.


As well as class activities you will be required to undertake research and assessment practice outside of regular class times and participate in formal assessment tasks.


PLEASE NOTE: work that has not been authenticated during class as your own work will not be considered for assessment.



Assessment Tasks

Skirt Assignment – 30%
Independent learning Tasks – 30%
Written Quiz – 10%
Maintain record folio – 30%
• Progressive Class work
• Specification sheets
• Student peer support tablet


Assessment Matrix

 Assessment 1 Skirt AssignmentAssessment 2
Written Quiz
Assessment 3 Independent learning taskAssessment 4
Maintain Record folio
Element 1
Identify pattern components
√√√√
Element 2
Prepare to modify patterns
 √√√
Element 3
Modify and finalise pattern
√ √√

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