I did a crease test, shrinkage test, piling test, static test, and a dry test....evaluated.Page 26) Evaluation of product...improvemetns and advice to manufacturer. Xx By the way, this is aqa Page 1) Customer info - project title, who is the client, where/when the product will be used, what could I make, how will I make it. I have done quite a few pages but have quite a bit left.Tags: Dissertation Economics CambridgeReferral Cover Letter To RecruiterBusiness Plan For SchoolLess Homework For KidsCritical Essays Themes In The OutsidersLiterature Review On Research MethodsEssay About Cars PollutionCloning Thesis Statements
Page 8) Product specification- what i think my product will look like....style, size dimensions, colours, componenets, finishes, after care. I also evaluated each against my product and fabric specification and also specified where id got my inspiration from.
Page 10) Colour, shape, and pattern ways....was my final design...for the colour ways i drew the same waistcoat 4 times (front and back view) in diffferent colours..Page 11) I did a lining to my product, so I did different pattern ideas...evaltuated Page 12) I did different decorative techniques to create my lining...evaluated Page 13) Market research- I showed people my design ideas to see which they liked best...evaluated the page.
Page 27) Evaluation of whole folder...research, designing, developments, planning, making, design spec.....
NYSED: 85053 HEGIS: 1099 The 48-credit, full- or part-time program in Fashion and Textile Studies: History, Theory, Museum Practice prepares students for professional curatorial, conservation, education, and other scholarly careers that focus on historic clothing, accessories, textiles, and other related materials.
In addition, students may transfer up to nine credits in related coursework from other graduate institutions.
Graduates of the program find positions as museum curators, research specialists, collections managers and registrars, historic house directors, museum educators, independent exhibition curators, corporate curators, fashion and textile historians, costume and textile conservators, auction house department specialists and researchers, vintage clothing and textile dealers, archivists, and consultants.
Students may elect either a curatorial or a conservation emphasis, but all students are taught basic conservation skills, current collections management methods, and the proper exhibition techniques for costumes and textiles.
To supplement their historical and analytical courses, students are required to complete at least one internship, write a master’s qualifying paper based on original research, and take an active role in a yearlong course that culminates in a professional exhibition at The Museum at FIT.
I dont want the coursework i just need to know what to do for each page. I agree, I presume you'll be doing AQA so read the specification from their website. My teacher is so crap that all our class went to the headteacher to complain. im on easter holidays and want to finish all my coursework.
My teacher is so crap that all our class went to the headteacher to complain. im on easter holidays and want to finish all my coursework. Also if you did the GCSES coursework ages ago and sort of remember hat to do please help I think its against the rules to post msn/hotmail on TSR so can you PM it please so we can chat as it is so much easier. I did textiles (OCR though - and it was a while back) but just keep asking your teacher (I know you said she's useless) to look through your work.