Sewing Machine Teacher Resources
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Get out that sewing machine it's time for a textile project. The class learns how to use a sewing machine, read a pattern, and create a simple article of clothing. They identify the sewing machine parts, use an iron, and think about exploring a career in the clothing industry. Note: This is an outline for ten days of instruction.
Students discover how to use sewing machines, ironing boards, and steam irons. Using diagrams, they label all the parts of a sewing machine and solve crossword puzzles in groups. Following a teacher demonstration, students sew their own chill bands.
This activity provides a unique review of clothing and textiles, focusing on sewing. It includes a handy diagram of a sewing machine, which could be useful in a home economics class, and 10 questions.
This activity could be used in a home economics class to teach students about sewing and clothing. Using this 10 question worksheet, learners explore the function of a sewing machine, and plan a project.
Students examine the parts of the sewing machine and how to thread it. They demonstrate basic skills related to clothing and textiles. They assess their employability and discuss careers in clothing construction or crafts.
Students examine and identify the various parts of the sewing machines. As a class, they watch a demonstration by their teacher to discover how the machine operates. To end the lesson plan, they review how to operate the machine safely.
Young scholars identify the different parts of the sewing machine and their function. After watching a demonstration, they practice threading the machine, winding the bobbin and putting the bobbin in its correct place in the case. To end the lesson, they discuss sewing machine safety.
For this science worksheet, students complete a cloze activity about inventions. They read an article about Isaac Merritt Singer, who invented the sewing machine. The article includes 9 blanks to fill in.
This machine quilting class will teach you how to add beautiful trapunto effects without having to make tiny slits in the back of your quilt. (Shops and teachers may use this description in their announcements, flyers, etc.)
Middle schoolers define the meaning of words related to sewing. In this sewing tools instructional activity, students read a paragraph and answer questions about sewing tools. Middle schoolers separate sewing tools by their purpose. Students become familiar with the parts of the sewing machine.
Students practice using the sewing machine to make designs. After viewing demonstration, they discuss the best workspace, batting selections and how to prepare the quilt for use. They share their final quilt with the class.
Students, using the "Oh Sew Easy" book, create a duvet cover. Along with the duvet cover they create a a shower curtain. Students perform the hands on activity by using fabric and a sewing machine.
In this 4-H activity worksheet, students will select their favorite activities and projects from a menu of choices. Then they will work with their 4-H leaders and parents to create a project plan for the year. The activities include sewing and craft projects.
What a great activity for learners. This 4-H activity sheet has students organize their bedroom, and make clothing, focusing on line and design.
Create works of art using fabric. Learners use fabric, tissue paper, acrylic gel, and paint to create a unique and interesting piece of work. They discuss the different techniques that can be used to create works of art and evaluate different methods.
In this using a diagram to answer questions worksheet, students observe a picture of a sewing machine with labels and use it to answer questions. Students write 5 short answers.
Students interview Seminole patchwork makers to find out about the history behind patchwork, how patchwork is made, and the meanings of various Seminole patchwork. Then they create some patchwork of their own.
In this science worksheet, students match each invention or device to its inventor listed on the right. There are 32 inventors listed and some may be used twice. Then they order the items in each group from oldest to newest and state the dates for each.
Students practice basic sewing procedures such as measuring, using cutting board with grid, cutting using rotary cutter, threading sewing machine, and sewing straight line and backstitch. Students then cut fabric into squares to common size.