STUDENT FRIENDLY FASHION OUTCOMES PATTERN PACK
PRICE: £30.00 + £3.50 P&P
A pack of 7 easy to use patterns, which can used as they are, or adapted for designs developed by students. The patterns are part of a full online course for textiles teachers, which includes video tutorials, step-by-step guides, lesson plans and lots of other resources.
This pack has been developed by Nicky Simpson for the Textiles Skills Centre, from patterms used successfully in her teaching practice. There are 7 patterns that can be adapted to make 18 different garments for both boys and girls. These student friendly patterns do not include zips, darts or sizing. They are suitable for GCSE students, enabling them to design and make exciting & innovative garments that can be easily and independently assembled.
The Pack includes patterns for:
- TSC001: T SHIRT (ADAPT FOR DRESS/JACKET/COAT)
- TSC002: SLEEVELESS TOP (ADAPT FOR DRESS/WAISTCOAT)
- TCS003: SHORTS (CAN BE EXTENDED FOR TROUSERS)
- TSC004: KIMONO STYLE TOP (ADAPT FOR JACKET/COAT)
- TSC005: SKIRT
- TSC006: CORSET (ADAPT FOR PANELLED DRESS)
- TSC007: RAGLAN JACKET (ADAPT FOR TOP/COAT)
The pattern pack will be posted to you and individual step-by-step instruction guides for making both blocks & toiles including adaptations, will be emailed to you on receipt of your payment.
If at any time you decide to join the full course, there is an option to pay for just the course, excluding the price of the pattern pack.
The full course includes: Video tutorials; Step-by-step guides; Fashion designers for inspiration; Illustration body templates for both male and female; Student fashion illustration exemplars; Adapting the patterns with textile techniques, linking to themes for fashion outcomes; Exemplar garments; The sustained focus; Lesson plans for KS3 & 4, including: Thinking & Learning in 3D, Pattern making for students, Maths & Fashion; Using Mannequins and much more.
Nicky Simpson’s GCSE Moderators comments:
- ‘In Textiles, the standard of the work was outstanding…The course structure was strong. Finished pieces were often exciting and innovative. The individuality of the candidates was clearly seen in the diversity of colours, styles and techniques carefully annotated in work books and then displayed in the final outcomes.”
- “The course gave candidates a very strong framework on which to build a response to the theme. Ideas were developed showing depth and thought so that the work of the highest achieving candidates was original, creative and in-depth.”
- “Textile candidates personal portfolios were brimming with ideas, experiments and references to textile and fashion designers as well as fine artists. Overall, the submission was exceptional in the engagement and industry and imaginative use of materials’.