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Play "TOOLS OF THE TRADE BINGO.

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 Given each students a bingo card and several
game pieces to cover the squares.
 Leader (or older youth) holds up sewing tools
one at a time and players cover the
corresponding pictures on their cards with the
game pieces. You can call out names (for older
children).
 The first person to complete a line (horizontal,
vertical, or diagonal) is the winner.
 The winner must also tell the uses of the tools
in the line
Guide Question:
1. What did you learn from this game?
2. How many sewing tools can you
name?
3. How does sewing tools and
equipments necessary in living?
SEWING WITHOUT THE RIGTH TOOLS AND EQUIPMENTS IS
LIKE TRYING TO COOK WITHOUT RIGHT INGREDIENTS”
G uide Question:
1. What is your feeling in this
statement?
2. How can you imagined the world
without the sewing tools?
3. How these statement implies in
your studies and nation’s economic?
SEWING TOOLS-instrument that aid in
accomplishing a sewing task.It
can manipulated by hand
SEWING EQUIPMENTS-those are the more
complicated tools,it provides to carry out a
particular process or function
Measuring Equipment-intruments used to obtain
quantities,dimensions or forces of real world object

 Tape Measure
 Sewing or Seam Gauge
 Yard Stick
 Transparent Ruler
 Hem Gauge
 Skirt Marker
Tape Measure

Purpose:

• Taking Body
Measurements

• Measure Fabric

• Measure Pattern Pieces


Sewing/Seam Guage

Purpose:

Measuring seam al
lowances & hems
Yard Stick

Purpose:
Measuring skirt hems &
tasks requiring long, rigid measure
Transparent Ruler

Purpose:
Hem Guage

Purpose:

Marks straight & curved


hems
Skirt Marker

Purpose:

Measure & mark hemlines


with either pins or chalk
Pinning Equipment-
 Silk Pins
 Ballpoint Pins
 Ball-headed Pins
 T-Pins
 Pincushion (w/emery)
Silk Pins
 Made of stainless steel or brass
 Used with most fabrics
Ball-head Pins

 Pins with colorful glass or plastic heads


 Easy to pick up
T-Pin
 Large T – shaped head

 Work well on:


 Loosely woven fabrics
 Bulky fabrics
 Pile fabrics
Pincushion
(with emery)
Pincushions provide a safe
way to store pins for
convenience. They come in
many colors & shapes.

To sharpen a dull pin, stick the


pin in & out of the emery. Emery
Cutting Equipment

 Dressmaker Shears
 Sewing Scissors
 Pinking Shears
 Embroidery Scissors
 Seam Ripper
 Thread Clipper
 Rotary Cutter
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Shears & Scissors
 Dressmaker Shears  Sewing Scissors
 Bent handle allows fabric to  Small round handles
lie flat while cutting.  Blade usually 4 to 6 inches
 Good for detail work:
 Usually 7 t0 8 inches  Clipping curves
 Corners

 Pinking Shears  Embroidery Scissors


 Zigzag edge:  3 to 4 inches in length
 Finishes raw edge of seam  Very pointed tip
 Helps prevent raveling  Used for cutting:
 Buttonholes
 Not for cutting out  Trimming embroidery
pattern pieces. threads
Seam Ripper

Purpose:

Removes stitches with small


blade. Blade lifts the tread
away from the fabric before
cutting.
Thread Clipper

Spring-action blades

Purpose:

• Clipping thread ends


Rotary Cutter

 Round retractable blade resembling a pizza


cutter.
 Makes straight clean cuts through multiple
layers of fabric.
 Must be used with a special “self-healing”
cutting mat.
Marking Equipment-are required for transferring pattern
markings to garment fabric and for making alteration of garments

 Fabric Marking Pen


 Tracing Wheel
 Tailor’s Chalk
 Thread
Fabric Marking Pen
• Purpose:

• Marks
• Notches
• Darts
• Circles
• Squares
• Disappears with water or
evaporates after 48 hours.
Tracing Wheel
 Marks pattern symbols onto fabric.

 Use a smooth edged wheel for delicate


fabrics.

 Use a saw-toothed wheel for most


other fabrics.

 Special waxed carbon paper for tracing


is available in many colors.
Tailor’s Chalk
 Purpose:

 Mark pattern symbols onto


fabric.

 Small square or pencils will


mark most fabrics.

 Markings can be brushed away


or will disappear when pressed
with an iron.
Thread
Purpose:

Mark pattern symbols.

Make simple hand-sewn


stitches to mark
construction lines on fabric.
Sewing Equipment
 Hand Sewing Needles
 Thimble
 Needle Threader
 Bodkin
 Pointer
 Loop Turner
Hand Sewing Needles
Needles vary in size from:

1- for (Course fabrics)


12- for (Fine fabrics)

Purpose:

 Basting
 Hemming
 Applying fasteners
 Buttons
 Snaps/Hook & eyes
Thimble

Metal or plastic tool to protect


finger while hand sewing.

Available in different sizes.

Indentions in thimble help hold


needle while pushing the needle
through fabric.
Bodkin
 Resembles a large, blunt needle

Purpose:

 Pulls cord or elastic through


casings

Elastic
Pointer
Wooden tool with a pointed
end for pushing out sharp
corners on collars.

Rounded edge is used for


holding seam open while
pressing.
Loop Turner

A long metal rod with a


hook.

Purpose:

Turns bias tubing and


casings right side out.
Pressing Equipment
 Iron
 Ironing Board
 Press Cloth
 Tailor’s Ham
 Sleeve Board
 Seam Roll
 Point Presser
Iron

Iron & Ironing Board Ironing Board

Iron- Metal appliance used to press & steam


fabrics during and after construction.

Ironing Board- Level & sturdy surface with tight fitting cover
& smooth padding.
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Press Cloth
 Lightweight cloth for pressing fabrics.
 Prevents – iron shine or glossy marking & scorching on certain fabrics.
Tailors Ham
A firm round cushion used
to press curved areas of a
garment.

Purpose:
Darts
Curved Seams
Sleeve Board
Small ironing board
around 20 inches long.

Purpose:

Press narrow areas


such as sleeves.
Seam Roll

Long firm tubular


cushion used for
pressing long
seams and small
curved areas.
Point Presser

A narrow wooden surface with a


pointed end.

Purpose:

 Pressing collar points

 Curved & straight edges


Basic sewing of 5 processes:
Measuring,
Cutting,
Marking,
Hand and Machine stitching,
and Pressing.
D. Application.
Group 1Activity. Name Game - Classify the tools
and equipment in sewing according to function
Group 2:Simulation : Show a situation that sewing
tools and equipment is essential to daily living.
Group 3. Rap Me Tools: Do the rap song on how
you value the sewing tools and equipments.
ITEM Outstanding (10) Very Good (7) Good (5) SCORE
A Construction All steps were Most of the steps Some of the steps
Process followed in the were followed were followed
correct sequence correctly. correctly

B. Manipulated Most of the time Sometimes Not at all


Tools and
equipment
properly
C. Work Habits: Most of the time Sometimes Not at all
Organized, clean
and systematic
D. Work within the Finished ahead of Finished just in time Late by 1 day
time target time
Play "SLIDES AND LADDERS."
1.Each player (or group of players) chooses a different playing piec
Game pieces can be a variety of things: thread - different colors,
thimbles, buttons.
2.Each player (or group) rolls the die to determine th playing orde
the person with the highest number goes first. Other players
follow in turn from left to right.
3.All players start their playing pieces next to Square 1.
Taking turns, each player draws one card, reads the question alou
and answers the question.
4.If the answer is correct, the player rolls the die and
moves forward that number of spaces.
5.Players do not move forward if they are unable to
answer the question correctly, and the turn
continues to the next player.
6.Ladders: if a playing piece stops on a square at the bottom of a
ladder, that player must move UP to the top of that ladder.
7.LADDERS LEAD UP ONLY! Slides: if a playing piece lands at
the top of a slide, the player must move DOWN to the bottom of
that slide.
8.SLIDES LEAD DOWN ONLY! All other squares (except the
bottom of a ladder or the top of a slide) are counted as regular
squares. Two or more players may stop on any square at the same
time. The winner is the first player to reach Square 40.
What do you call a 6 inch ruler with a
moveable slide for marking hems and
seams?
Seam Gauge
2. This is needed for measuring
curved edge, like the arms eye seams
and neckline seams.

Ruler
It is a material that will not stretch but
has the flexibility to take body
measurement
Tape measure
This is needed for measuring curved
2.

edge, like the arms eye seams and


neckline seams.
Ruler
This is for marking straight long lines.
Measuring Stick-