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Date ___________ 4-H Garment Description Form Name Phone # Age as of 1/1/ Date of Birth Club County Years in 4-H Years in Clothing Project Total number of garments made since joining 4-H _______ Mailing Address Town & Zip Garment(s) being entered for evaluation: G ARMENT P ATTERN C OMPANY & N UMBER N UMBER OF P ATTERN P IECES Pattern Sketch Sketch, trace, or photocopy pattern envelope to show us your garment(s). NO PHOTO PLEASE Return by Return to Fabric Swatch Samples Garment made Fabric Name Fiber Content Garment made Fabric Name Fiber Content Garment made Fabric Name Fiber Content 2 All About You What goal(s) did you set for your clothing project this year? What did you like best about making your Fashion Revue garment?
Describe any changes you made or problems you had in making your project. List your hobbies or favorite activities. Fashion Revue Narration What would you like said about you and your outfit while modeling at the Fashion Revue?
Your narration should describe features of the outfit and fabric, challenges in making it, what you liked best about making it, and ... more. less.
your hobbies/interests. You can get ideas for writing your narration from magazines and the description on the back of the pattern envelope. Simple outfits should have a 4-6 sentence narration while complicated outfits should have a 6-8 sentence description.<br><br> The following checklist might be helpful when you write your Fashion Revue narration. ? An interesting lead sentence introducing you by name, club, town, and describing the outfit ?<br><br> Describe details of garment...special advantages or features of the garment ? Where will you wear the garment ? Fiber content and fabric type ?<br><br> Original ideas used in making the garment ? How the garment reflects the current fashion scene ? What you learned from selecting fabric & pattern and constructing your garment ?<br><br> Describe accessories you 9ve selected to wear ? Amount of money saved by making it yourself ? Your favorite 4-H experiences ?<br><br> What are your future career plans Write your Fashion Revue script on the following lines. Use additional paper if necessary or use a computer to write your script and attach it to this Garment Description Form. Be sure to write in the third person (he, she, they) instead of the first person, as someone other than yourself will be reading it.<br><br> 3 Skills and Abilities Gained Name Age as of January 1 st What new techniques did you learn, and what skills did you improve this year in your clothing project? Check ( / ) the techniques you did for the first time. Star (*) the techniques you have improved over last year 9s skill level.<br><br> BASIC selecting pattern and size ____ using the pattern envelope ____ selecting fabric and notions ____ pattern layout and cutting ____ preparing fabrics for cutting ____ checking the pattern for fit ____ marking methods ____ solving machine problems ____ ripping out and redoing ____ hand sewing ____ basting ____ stay stitching ____ machine stitching ____ directional stitching ____ reinforced stitching ____ understitching ____ stretch stitching ____ top stitching ____ interfacing ____ pressing SEAMS AND FINISHES ____ straight ____ curved ____ cornered ____ zigzagged/machine finished ____ stitched & pinked ____ hand-overcast ____ clean finished ____ bound ____ French ____ flat felled ____ serged ____ corded ____ clipping/notching ____ trimming/grading ADJUSTING FULLNESS _ ___ darts ____ tucks/pleats ____ gathers ____ ruffles ____ shirring ____ smocking GARMENT EDGES ____ casings ____ facings ____ waist bands ____ bands ____ plackets ____ vents ____ cuffs SLEEVES ____ set-in ____ raglan ____ kimono ____ gussett POCKETS ____ patch (unlined) ____ patch (lined) ____ in-seam ____ front-hip ____ bound/welt HEMS ____ reducing bulk at seams ____ easing in fullness ____ machine finishing uncovered raw edge ____ finishing edge with bias tape or seam binding ____ machine hemmed ____ hand hemmed ____ fused hem CLOSURES ____ centered zipper ____ lapped zipper ____ fly-front zipper ____ standard hook & eye ____ waistband hook & eye ____ sew-through buttons ____ shank-buttons ____ snaps ____ tape fasteners ____ machine buttonholes ____ bound buttonholes ____ button loops MISCELLANEOUS ____ belt ____ belt loops ____ ties/straps ____ bib ____ yoke ____ trim/lace ____ decorative top stitching ____ machine embroidery SPECIALTY FABRICS ____ napped/pile ____ stripes ____ plaids/checks ____ one-way prints ____ border prints ____ lace/ dslippery d/sheer ____ leather/suede ____ stretch COLLAR ____ flat ____ rolled ____ standing ____ shirt ____ hood TAILORED/SPECIALTY GARMENTS ____ underlining ____ seams taped ____ pad stitching ____ pressing in shape ____ tailored collar & lapel ____ sleeve heading ____ shoulder pads ____ lining OTHER ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ Please total the number of techniques you did for the first time and the number of techniques you improved over last year 9s skill level . Total number of techniques you did for the first time. ( / ).<br><br> Total number of techniques you have improved over last year 9s skill level. (*) 4 $ $ Total $ Yes No Skill/Ability Areas More About You and Your Clothing Project Money saved as a result of making your garment(s). Estimated Cost to Buy Cost to Make Estimated Savings Minus $ fabric $ notions $ pattern Equals Did you go on a field trip this year to any of the following?<br><br> Please check all that apply. fabric store fabric manufacturer clothing department store clothing manufacturer spinner/weaver historic museums/exhibits other - please tell us what As a result of participating in the 4-H Fashion Revue/Clothing Project, have you increased your skills or abilities in the following areas? Getting along with others.<br><br> Setting and achieving goals. Expressing yourself through speaking or writing (completing forms, writing narrations). Making decisions.<br><br> Managing resources (time, money, etc). Working as a group member. Understanding and liking yourself better.<br><br> Feeling proud of your accomplishment. Learning to ask questions, gather information, and think creatively. Exploring careers or developing good work habits.<br><br> Learning and applying textiles and clothing project subject matter. Becoming more confident in sewing skills and the use of tools and technology for sewing (sewing machines, sergers, notions, etc). We hope you enjoyed creating your 4-H Clothing Project.<br><br> Thank you for telling us about you and your 4-H experience. LG 1/2005