GCSE Design and Technology: Textiles Technology Through Diagrams

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Oxford University Press, 2001 - General Certificate of Secondary Education - 88 pages
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This text is part of the Oxford Revision Guides series which builds on the fact that pictures are easier to memorize than words. All the necessary facts, figures, content, and concepts are presented in diagrammatic form. This visual approach to learning means that students should be able to absorb the information easily and effectively. The book also helps students with their coursework. With 60 per cent of the total marks at GCSE being awarded for coursework the revision guide contains a chapter devoted to the skills needed for success in this area.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION Using dyes
42
cotton and linen 2 Developing pattern design
48
FABRIC AND FINISHING PROCESSES Fashion producers
54
Mechanical and chemical finishes 14 Showing evidence of systems and control
60
Research and gathering information 17 Developing a brief
66
Textile components 23 Modifying design ideas
72
Critical control points 29 Making successful textile products equipment
78
Hems and piping 35 Revision answers
84
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