Hi, Y6 Care !

Here is the rubrics and instruction of TT Summative Assessment, please take a look. Bring colour pencil, ruler, pen, pencil, rubber and correction pen for the assessment.

Now we start Textile Technology unit, "Tablemat Creation". The task sheet and learning schedule are uploaded.

You need to develop a list of design specification, draw Two Design Drafts and a final design, explain the final design justification. The deadline of these are Dec 1 2013.

The deadline of FINAL DESIGN DRAWING is Dec 1, 2013.

Please submit the design work and design specification via Managebac before the deadline Dec 1, 2013.

After the design, you have 3 double lessons to create your tablemat according to your final design. Please refer to the workshop video and finish the product.
Workshop Video - Tablemat Making
Hem Making

Video of Setting up the Sewing Machine

After finish making the tablemat, you need to develop the plan and write the modification to the final design.
Please submit your plan and the modification to final design to me via managebac on/before 14 Feb, 2014.

You are required to finish the evaluation of table-mat making.
You need to conduct a survey to ask 10 people if your product meet all the design specification.
You are going to use the data to judge if your tablemat is a sucessful product or not.
The deadline is 21 Feb, 2014.

Besides, you need to search a home textile item containing care label, take pictures of the product like the followings and bring them next lesson (Feb 21, 2013).

Please finish the whole product study and design brief. The deadline is 28 Feb, 2014.

For the creation of the citation in MLA format, please refer to

Y6 Textile Product study guide.doc
Y6 Textile Product study guide.doc
Y6 Textile Product study guide.doc

In the design brief, you need to
a) present the problem identified and discussed in details.
b) write a statement of intent. (eg. design and make a pewter pendant which can

help people know the name of my dog)

c) present the analysis of the product study.
Remarks. Each aspect of the brief can be researched in details in product study.