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Technology and Livelihood Education


Home Economics-Handicrafts I

Quarter I: Free-Style Embroidery
Module on Production of Marketable Free-Style Embroidery


Looking around, have you ever come across a beautiful curtain, bag,
blouse, table runner, throw pillow, cell phone pouch, shawl, or skirt with decorative
stitching designs?

Look at the pictures below:























What can you say? Beautiful arent they? Would you like to have this art work or
product? Well, you will have one at the end of the module
Do you know that the above pictures are called embroidery work? Are you familiar with
this artwork?

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This kind of artwork is very useful because if you could create this kind of product
you may start a simple business made out of embroidery afterward.
As you go through this module, you will be able to understand and apply the
basic concepts and principles underlying the process and the delivery in free style
embroidery which is essential in producing marketable embroidered products.


Explore your Understanding
In this phase of the module, you will explore your prior knowledge about
the content of the module.

Guide Questions

Be guided by the following questions to understand the basic concepts
and principles underlying the process and delivery in free-style embroidery.

1. What are the highlights in the history of Embroidery?
2. What are the tools and materials for free-style embroidery?
3. What are the principles of design and color?
4. How would you apply the principles of design and color for free-style embroidery?
5. What is a project plan?
6. How would you apply the project plan for free-style embroidery?
7. How would you produce new/original and marketable free- style embroidered
product?

Note: Before you go through the next phase of the module. You will take a pre
- assessment .

Pre-assessment

Set A. Matching Type

A. Directions: Match the illustrations in Column A with the corresponding word in
Column B. Write your answers in your notebook

A B


1. a. cross stitch


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2.

b. scissors


3. c. thread



4. d. satin stitch



5. e. stem stitch



6. f. back stitch



7. g. color wheel



8. h. tape measure



9. i. stitch ripper




j. design

10.









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Set B. Multiple Choice

Directions: Read the items below. Choose the best answer. Write your answer in your
notebook.

11. The principle of design which produces rest and composure.
a. Balance c. Harmony
b. Emphasis d. Proportion

12. The principle of design which refers to the center of interest.
a. Balance c. Harmony
b. Emphasis d. Proportion

13. The principle of design which can be achieved through repetition of color, lines and
shape
a. Balance c. Rhythm
b. Emphasis d. Proportion

14. The principle of design which refers to the relative size and scale of the various
elements in a design.
a. Balance c. Harmony
b. Emphasis d. Proportion

15. Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel
a. Triad c. Split complementary
b. Analogous d. Complementary




Criteria for assessment

Based on the result of your pre assessment, your prior knowledge is...

If you get...


Score Description
11-15 Very sufficient
6-10 Sufficient
0-5 Insufficient



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Note: Now that you have already assessed your knowledge regarding free style
embroidery, you are now ready to move on to the next phase of this module. This
will include topics on the production of marketable free style embroidery.

Firm up your Understanding
In this phase you will demonstrate your understanding of the basic
concepts and principles underlying the process and delivery of free-style embroidery.

Lesson1: History of Embroidery
Do you know that the art of embroidery has existed in one form or another
throughout the ages? Embroidery is defined as thread embellishment on cloth.
Embroidery as an art originated since the Iron Age; it has been around since people
began to wear clothes.

This started when primitive man discovered that he could use thread to join
pieces of fur to make clothes. As it progresses, it also discovered that the same thread
could be used to make decorative patterns on the clothes. Colourful beads, stones and
bones to add to these decorations.

Some outstanding examples of beautiful embroidery works have survived to
date. These samples can be found in Ancient Egypt, China, Persia, India and England.
Every country has its own unique style of embroidery, which integrates the culture from
their history and tradition.

Some of the most famous civilizations for creating elegant embroidery creations
are the Japanese and the English civilizations. They both used embroidery to decorate
ceremonial garments as well as decorative home items. While the Japanese are most
known for their beautiful kimonos, the English are well known for their hand
embroidered fabric furniture.

Embroidered clothing was also considered to be a symbol of wealth. Many
scenes from history are often found embroidered onto fabric.

Embroidery as an art form has enhanced our civilization, making it more aware of
the beauty that can be created with a needle and a thread. Intricate designs and
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brilliantly colored patterns have infused a beauty of their own onto fabrics, adding to
their value and worth.
Embroidery has three kinds, these are free-style, counted threads and the
traditional embroidery which includes appliqu, smocking, and quilting. In free-style
embroidery the stitches are not counted on to the fabric weave but followed a traced or
transferred design while counted thread stitches counted from a chart onto fabric that
has a regular weave .

You can now take the activity. Study the questions well and answer
intelligently. Good luck!

Activity
True or False: Draw happy face before the number, if the
statement is correct and sad face if the statement is wrong. Write
your answer in your notebook
____________1. Embroidery is simply defined as thread embellishment on cloth.
____________2. Embroidery as an art existed in older times.
____________3. Some of the most famous civilizations for creating brilliant embroidery
creations are the Japanese and the English embroideries.
____________4. Embroidered clothing was also considered to be a symbol of poverty
____________5. Every country has its own unique style of embroidery, which
incorporates the culture and imagery from their history and tradition.
Note: Check your own answer and be guided by the criteria for
assessment.
Criteria for assessment
Based from the activity assess now your understanding of the lesson
If you get.......
5 Outstanding
4 Very good
3 Good
2 Fair
1 Needs improvement
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Note: You are now ready to learn the next lesson.
Lesson 2 Tools and Materials Used in Embroidery
Embroidery makers should know the uses of the tools and materials and be
familiar with their functions and uses? Why? Because correct use of these materials can
produce elegant products including free style embroidery.
Tools for Embroidery

Scissors are hand-operated cutting instruments used for
cutting thread or paper





A ripper or stitch ripper is a small tool used for undoing
stitches





Fabric scissors or Shears are scissors with extremely
sharp blades made for cutting fabric



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A tracing wheel is an instrument with serrated
teeth on a wheel attached to a handle. Used to
transfer markings from patterns onto fabric with or without
tracing paper



A thimble is a protective shield worn on the finger or
thumb during sewing and embroidering




Materials for Embroidery Making



Thread/Yarn is a long continuous length of interlocked
fibers, suitable for use in the production of textiles,
sewing, and embroidery.





An embroidery hoop is used to hold taut the fabric.

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A pin is a device used for fastening objects or
material together. It is usually made of steel.





A pincushion is a small cushion used in sewing to
store pins or needles with their heads protruding so
as to take hold of them easily.




A tape measure or measuring tape is a flexible form
of ruler. It consists of a ribbon of cloth, or plastic, with
linear-measure markings.




A sewing needle is a long slender tool with a pointed
tip. The highest quality embroidery needles are made
of platinum. Needle comes in different sizes
depending on the fabric you will use.



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Fabric refers to any material made through weaving,
knitting, spreading, crocheting, or bonding that may
be used in production of further goods (garments,
etc.) In free-style embroidery you may use all the
fabrics available





Embroidery Tracing Paper gives you the flexibility
of transferring any design onto fabric for a unique
look.



A sewing box is a container which is designed to
hold sewing tools, material and accessories.






What have you learned from the lesson? Are you enjoying? To know if you
have learned something about the lesson, you can now answer the activity.


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Activity
Directions: Give the uses and functions of the different tools and materials in
embroidery. Write your answer in your notebook.





























Needle
Fabric
Tape
Measure
Pins
Ripper
Hoop
Sewing
box
Scissors
Thimble
Thread
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Criteria for Assessment

Rubrics

Scores Description
15 explained the uses of 7-10 tools and material
10 explained the uses of 4-6 tools and materials
5 explained the uses of 1-3 tools and materials


Note: When you use the tools always use them carefully


Lesson 3 Basic Embroidery Stitches
To make embroidery products look beautiful and attractive, the stitches
should be fine and properly stitched. The choice of the type of embroidery stitches is
also important.
In this lesson you will learn the step by step procedure of basic free-
style embroidery stitches.

Basic Embroidery Stitches
Running stitch is sometimes called darning stitch. This simple stitch is very easy to
work on.
STEPS
1. Take the needle up at 1 and down at 2 through
the fabric equally.
2. Do it repeatedly
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Fly Stitch forms a V or Y shape. It may be worked on lines

Insert the needle up at 1, the top left of the V and
bring it at 2 forming round with the thread












Insert the needle up at 3








Pull through to tighten the looped thread







Back Stitch forms a firm solid line and often used as outline.




STEPS
* Start the Back Stitch

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* Insert the needle in the fabric that is immediately to
the right you brought the floss through.





Draw the needle and floss to the back of the fabric.
Insert the needle in the next space to the right and
draw the needle and floss to the front of the fabric



Insert the needle to the left of the one you just
drew the floss through to complete the first stitch.




The image shows two completed back stitches
start the third back stitch as shown, bringing the
floss up from the back to the front of the fabric.





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Insert the needle as indicated to complete the
third stitch. You have completed a line of back
stitch








French knot makes a bold, raised dot often used to represent an eye or a flower center

STEPS

1 Bring the needle up at 1 and wrap the
thread twice around the tip of needle
2 Then hold the thread taut with your other
hand
3 Still holding the thread insert the needle at 2
very near to 1






4 Then push the needle through at the back of
the work then pull the thread through keeping
the thread stretched until you have to let it go
5 Hold the knot in place with your thumb as you
tighten the thread further



Stem Stitch is ideal for curving outlines
.
STEPS
.
1 Bring the needle up at the beginning of the
line at 1 and make a small slanting stitch,
inserting the needle on the lower edge of the
line at 2.
2 Again, bring the needle out halfway along the
previous stitch, on the top edge of the line at 3,
above the thread of the previous stitch.
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3 Make another slanting stitch of the same
size, slanting across to the lower edge of the
line: insert the needle at 4 and bring it out
again just above 2.







4 Repeat Step4 to the end of the line









Satin stitch is formed by working long straight stitches worked closed together

STEPS
1. Mark the shape to be stitched with a fine
outline.
2. Start at the middle of the shape Insert the
needle up at 1 on the left outside edge of the
outline line, and
3 Make a diagonal stitch across the shape,
bringing the needle at 2 on the right outside
edge of the outline





4 Repeat inserting the needle up on the left
edge just above 1 and insert it just above 2.
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5 Make continuous of stitches in this way up
toward the top of the shape.
6 Press down thread across the shape as
shown beside, parallel to previous stitches,
7 Bring the needle where the thread crosses
the outline.



8 At the top, bring the thread through the
stitches on the wrong side, back to the center.
9 Then work in the same way down to the
bottom of the shape.




Chain stitches used for bold lines, or straight or diagonally as lazy daisy stitches


STEPS

1 Create the line of chain stitches from top to
bottom, toward you
2 Push the needle up at 1, on the top of the
line.
3 Loop the thread as shown beside, and
4 Insert the needle back in the same place at
1.






5 Bring the needle up again at 2,
6 Below 1-two fabric square inside the round of
the thread
7. Pull the needle along until the loop lies
around the thread
8. From another round and repeat insert at 2,
where it last came out


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9 Repeat steps 6-9 to the to the end of the line.
10 Hold the last loop in place with very fine
stitch bringing the needle outside the last loop
at 3









Blanket Stitch are worked close together-often called buttonhole stitch-or space them
apart to make spiky lines, or arrange them in circles or squares. You can work this stitch
on any fabric.



.
Steps


1 Start from left to right. Run through of the
stitches will point away from you. Insert the
needle up at 1, the lower left of the required
line.






2 Insert the needle at 2, four squares above
and two to the right, the end of the first
spike.
3 Insert the needle up again 3, the base of
the spike, four squares below 2








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3. Pull through gently.
Repeat to the right
At the end of the line, bring down the last
loop with a very fine stitch.




Cross Stitch can be worked as a single crosses uniform in size

Bring the needle up to 1 at the bottom right
corner
And down at two on the opposite corner
Repeat at the end of the line making
repeatedly slanting stitches






Work back along the line from left to right,
completing each cross in turn with a stitch from
3 to 4.




What have you learned t? Let me know if you have learned something. Be ready with
the next activity.

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Activity
Directions: Make the actual embroidery stitches using fabrics available in your house.
Select 5 from the following. Be guided by the step by step procedure.

Materials needed:
Embroidery tools and materials
























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Criteria for Assessment
Rubrics
Score Description
10 Stitches are fine and accurate
7 Moderately fine and accurate
3 Not fine and accurate
0 No worked

Note: Very good! You have made beautiful embroidery stitches..... Now get
ready with the next lesson.



Lesson 4 Applying Principles of Design in the Creation of Free-style Embroidery
Product

The free-style embroidered bag above shows a
combination of colors, repetition of lines and forms are
proportioned evenly. The flowers at the center is the
focus of attention and interest because it has the biggest
design, this applies the principles of design
In producing free style embroidery products,
principles of design are very important because it adds
beauty and makes the product more attractive.

In choosing and organizing of form space texture and color to produce beauty
is referred as design. The principles of design are based on the study of art object.
These are balance, emphasis, proportion rhythm and proportion. This is also applied in
producing of free-style embroidery.

Principles of Design
Balance in design is the distribution of elements across the design. Balance is a
visual interpretation of gravity in the design. They produce rest and composure.
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Balance can be achieved in two ways:
Formal balance can be described as having equal and the same sides
Informal balance can be described as having both sides but one is different from the
other maybe in weight, designs, color value and intensity.













Emphasis in design is the center of interest, the placement of the most important
conceptual and visual portion of the image. The focal area does not have to be located
in the center of the image, placing it in off center to the left or right and either above or
below the center line adds to the interest of the piece by giving the viewer introductory
or supporting information.
Designers use emphasis to help readers identify the relative importance of each
element in a composition.
To identify emphasis, look at a design and see if you can easily answer these
questions:
What is the first thing you see?(most emphasized element or focal point)
What is the second thing you see?(lesser emphasized element or accents)
What is the third thing you see?






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Proportion refers to the relative size and scale of the various elements in a design. The
issue is the relationship between objects, or parts, of a whole.
When the principle of proportion is applied to embroidery it is usually in the relationship
of size. That is, the size of one element of the composition as compared to the size of
another related element. In the instance of a relationship of size a comparison is made
between the:
height, width and depth of one element to that of another
size of one area to the size of another area
size of one element to the size of another element
amount of space between two or more elements








Harmony in visual design means all parts of the visual image relate to and complement
each other. Harmony can be achieved through repetition of color, lines and shape








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Rhythm in design is also called repetition. Rhythm allows your design to develop
an internal consistency that makes it easier for you to make designs. It can be
described as timed movement through space; an easy, connected path along which the
eye follows a regular arrangement of motifs. It can be repeated to create a rhythm to
your designs or repeat a style throughout the product to provide consistency







Activity
Direction: Cut out 2 pictures of different embroidered products then identifies and
explain the principles of design being applied in the cut out pictures. Paste them in a
bond paper
Materials needed: Magazines, bond paper pastes scissors

Criteria for Assessment

Rubrics
Scores
No of Cut out
Pictures
Identification of the
principles being applied
Explanation of the
principles of design being
applied
10 Cut out 2 pictures Identified the 2 pictures
Explained the 2 pictures
applying the principles of
design
5 Cut out 1 picture Identified the 1 picture
Explained the 1 pictures
applying the principles of
design
0 No picture Not identified No explanation
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Red



Did you enjoy the activities? You want some more? Okay , now prepare yourself
to the next lesson.

Lesson 5 Applying Colors for Free-style Embroidery
Color gives beauty and life to any design. The choice of color for
embroidery products is necessary to make the product look attractive.
Using and proper combining of the colors make them elegant, this is
through color scheme.
The colorwheel is your guide in choosing the color of the thread you will
use in embroidery













Red Orange
Yellow
Yellow
Orange
Orange
Red
Violet
Violet
Blue
Violet
Blue
Blue
Green

Green
Yellow
Green
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The Color Schemes are combinations of colors

Complementary color scheme


Colors that are opposite each other on the
color wheel. (example: red and green).



Analogous color scheme

Analogous color schemes use colors that are
next to each other on the color wheel.
(example yellow green, green and blue green)



Triadic color scheme


A triadic color scheme uses colors that are
evenly spaced around the color
wheel.(violet,green and orange)


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Split complementary

The split-complementary color scheme is a
variation of the complementary color scheme.
In addition to the base color, it uses the two
colors adjacent to its complement (green, red
violet and red orange)


Activity
Identify the color scheme from the following items below

1. yellow and violet
2. Blue , red and yellow
3. Yellow ,yellow green and green
4. Red Violet and yellow green
5. Yellow green, red and violet

Criteria for Assessment

Scores Description
5 Outstanding
4 Very good
3 Good
2 Fair
1 Needs inprovement



Note. Place your work in your portfolio


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Lesson 5 Enlarging Reducing and Transferring an Embroidery Pattern
Are you familiar with the words enlarge and reduce, trace and transfer in
embroidery? These are the things you consider when you want to transfer your designs
into the fabrics for embroidery.
Reducing and Enlarging
In reducing the design just draw a smaller size or larger size when you want it bigger

Tracing




Draw, photocopy or scan
the design to the desired size



Trace the design with dressmaker
carbon paper using the tracing wheel or
trace it with pencil






Transferring


Fasten the pattern with the fabric using
pins


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Activity
Direction: Get a tracing material and make a design of your choice. Trace and transfer
the design into a plain fabric.
Criteria for Assessment
Scores Description
15 The design is very well traced accurate
10 Well traced accurate
5 Not traced and accurate
0 No work


Note: Always record your score. Have you enjoyed learning? Proceed now to
the next lesson

Lesson 7 Making a Project Plan

In making your project, there must be an accompanying project plan. It is a guide
in assembling any kind of project. It contains the materials and tools to be used and the
procedure in making the project.

Below is a sample of a project plan.


Project Plan No. 1 Date Begun: ___________
Name of Project: Date Finished: _________
I. Objective:
To be able to sew and embroider t- shirt with free style embroidery stitches
II. Tools and Equipment to be used:
Thimble Tracing wheel Needle
Scissors Stitch Ripper

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III. Materials and Supplies Needed:

Quantity Unit Description of Materials Unit Cost Total Cost
1
pc t-shirt Php 30.00 Php30.00
2
rolls
dmc thread Php 13.00
Php26.00
1 pc needle Php 1.00 Php1.00
Php57.00

IV. Design of the Project:









V. Procedure:

1. Draw your own design, and then trace and transfer it with pencil or tracing wheel with
carbon paper into the fabric


2 Prepare the fabric for free-style embroidery and mount it in hoop If possible.
(Optional)

3. Choose a suitable needle and thread. You may wish to use a thimble. You can try out
a few stitches in one corner to make sure you like the result. You can start anywhere,
but it is often a good idea to start with the background, so that when you stitch
something in the foreground it will be "on top."

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4. When the embroidery is complete, remove it from the hoop or frame.

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VI Criteria for Evaluation:
Assess your work using these rubrics

Dimension Highly
Skilled
5
Skilled
4
Moderately
Skilled
3
Unskilled
2
No Attempt
1
1. Use of
tools,
equipment
and
materials
Appropriate
selection,
preparation
and use of
materials
and tools/
equipment
all the time
Appropriate
selection,
preparation
and use of
materials
and tools/
equipment
most of the
time
Appropriate
selection,
preparation
and use of
materials
and tools/
equipment
some of the
time
Never selects,
prepares and
use
appropriate
materials and
tools/
equipment
No attempt
to use tools/
equipment
2. Application
of procedure
Systematic
application
of
procedures
all the time
without
supervision
Systematic
application
of
procedures
most of the
time with
minimum
supervision
Systematic
application
of
procedures
some of the
time with
constant
supervision
Never follows
systematic
application of
procedures
and highly
development
on supervision
No attempt
to apply
procedures
to project
3. Safety/
Work Habits
Highly self-
motivated
and
observes all
safety
precautions
at all times
Self-
motivated
and
observes
most safety
precautions
most of the
time
Self-
motivated
and
observes
sometimes
some safety
precautions
Needs to be
motivated and
does not
observe
safety
precaution
No
motivation
and totally
disregards
precaution
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4. Speed/Time Work
finished
ahead of
time
Work
finished
meets
deadline
Work
finished
close to
deadline
Work finished
way beyond
deadline
No concept
of time


Procedure for Determining the Selling Price of Products (Flowery T-shirt)

The selling price of the product should be determined after computing all the
expenses incurred. This is done to ensure that the seller does not lose in the selling
enterprise.

The following steps and examples are of help in learning how to determine the
selling price of the product.

1. List down all the materials purchased.
2. Make a list of the operating expenses.
a. Labor
b. Oil/Electricity
c. Transportation
d. Miscellaneous expenses (include all other items not included in number
1, like plastics, etc.
e. Rentals, if any

3. Add all the expenses for materials and the operating expenses.
4. Determine the number of product yield.
5. Divide the total cost with the number of yield to get the cost per product yield.
6. Decide how much you will add to each unit cost for the selling price. The
percentage range 25 % of the product cost.

Example: Product Prepared in Flowery Embroidered T-shirt
1. Marketing List

A. Materials :
Cost Php 57.00

2. Operating Expenses
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B. Operating Expenses
Machine Oil (approx.) Php 5.00
Transportation Php 8.00
Miscellaneous Php 5.00
18.00

C. Cost of A plus B Php 75.00

3. Selling Price: You can add 25 % of the product cost

4. Mark- up Computation
Php 18.75 + Php 75.00 = Php 93.75

PACKAGING




Product packaging has assumed greater importance in modern marketing.
Packaging is not only an important means of protecting the content, but also a powerful
means of pre- selling to the consumer and assisting in-store selection.
The package that gives the consumer an advantage and greater satisfaction
in some manner comes from sales promotion like a pouring spout or cellophane top for
easy opening.
Packaging Materials of Finished Product
Label
The following information should be included in the label of finished product
Brand name or trade mark
Country origin
Physical and chemical composition
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Price Tag
A price tag is a device attached to a commodity which states a price. It should be
visible, clearly written with no alteration or erasures of any sort.

A. Cellophane
Appearance of packing cellophane
clean
free from wrinkles
with flap
fitted to the size of the t-shirt

B. Characteristics of Packing Tape
adhesive
transparent
clean

C. Marking Pen
It should be black, permanent, and does not blot.

Packaging Procedure for Finished Flowery T-shirt
1. Sorting of t- shirts according to:
Style
Color
Size

2. Putting labels and price tags.
3. Folding finished t-shirt
4. Packing finished free-style embroidery t shirts in cellophane.
5. Sealing the packed free-style embroidery t shirts in cellophane


What have you learned? Get ready for the next activity

Activity
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Minute Paper: Explain briefly your answer to the following questions:
1. What are the steps in making a project plan?
______________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________

2. Why is a project plan important in making a project?
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________

Criteria for Assessment
Rubric

Score Description Description
15 Enumerated all
Explained very well its
importance
10 Enumerated 3 Explained well its importance
5 Enumerated 2 Explained its importance
0 No work No work


Congratulations you have already firmed up your understanding of the content of
the module. You are now ready to move on to the next phase of the module.

Deepen your Understanding
In this phase you will deepen your level of understanding by making your
marketable free- style embroidered products of your choice.
Apply the things you have learned from all the lessons


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Suggested Activities
1. Research about advanced free-style embroidery stitches and possible
finished products. Study the procedures

2. Survey in your community about in demand sample of free-style embroidery
products.

3. Make a Free- Style Embroidered products

Things to consider:

a. Choose any product.(bag, table runner, cell phone pouch)
b. Make a project plan
c. Prepare the materials
d. Observe proper use of tools and materials
e. Study variations of the free-style embroidered stitches( surf from the
net, see other references)
f. Apply the principles of designs and colors
g. Apply the reducing, enlarging, tracing and transferring procedures.

Criteria for Assessment:
Assess your work using these rubrics (Performance)

Dimension
Highly
Skilled
5
Skilled
4
Moderately
Skilled
3
Unskilled
2
No Attempt
1
1. Use of
tools,
equipmen
t and
materials
Appropriate
selection,
preparation
and use of
materials
and tools/
equipment
all the time
Appropriate
selection,
preparation
and use of
materials
and tools/
equipment
most of the
time
Appropriate
selection,
preparation
and use of
materials
and tools/
equipment
some of the
time
Never
selects,
prepares and
use
appropriate
materials
and tools/
equipment
No attempt to use
tools/ equipment

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2.
Application
of procedure
Systematic
application
of
procedures
all the time
without
supervision
Systematic
application
of
procedures
most of the
time with
minimum
supervision
Systematic
application
of
procedures
some of the
time with
constant
supervision
Never
follows
systematic
application of
procedures
and highly
development
on
supervision
No attempt to
apply procedures
to project
3. Safety/
Work
Habits
Highly self-
motivated
and
observes all
safety
precautions
at all times
Self-
motivated
and
observes
most safety
precautions
most of the
time
Self-
motivated
and
observes
sometimes
some safety
precautions
Needs to be
motivated
and does not
observe
safety
precaution
No motivation and
totally disregards
precaution
4.
Speed/Time
Work
finished
ahead of
time
Work
finished
meets
deadline
Work
finished
close to
deadline
Work
finished way
beyond
deadline
No concept of
time



Great Job! You are almost in last phase of this module. Its time for you to
transfer your skills.


Transfer your Learning
In this phase of the module, you will now produce new/innovative free- style
embroidered products


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1. Exhibit your new innovative free -style embroidered products. Criteria for
Evaluation
RUBRIC for Evaluation of PRODUCTS
Criteria Very Satisfactory (VS)
3
Satisfactory (S)
2
Unsatisfactory (US)
1
1. Design Product design is
original
Product design is
common in the market
Product design appears
copied and stereotyped
2. Materials Materials used are
always available in
the market
Materials used are
seldom available in
the market
Materials used are not
easily available in the
market
3. Products Products appears
original
Products appear
similar to commercial
products
Products appear closely to
commercial products



2. Apply as part-time embroiderer in your locality.

You have already finished the learning module. Take the post assessment to
know if you have fully learned


Post -assessment

Set A. Matching Type

B. Directions: Study the illustrations below, Match Column A with Column B. Write
your answers in your notebook

A B

a. cross stitch
1
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2.

b. scissors


3. c. thread



4. d. satin stitch



5. e. stem stitch



6. f. back stitch



7. g. color wheel



8. h. tape measure



9. i. stitch ripper




10. j. design











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Set B. Multiple Choice

Directions: Read the items below. Choose the best answer. Write your answer in your
notebook.

11 The principle of design which produces rest and composure.
a. Balance c. Harmony
b. Emphasis d. Proportion

12. The principle of design which provides a center of interest in a design.
a. Balance c. Harmony
b. Emphasis d. Proportion

13. The principle of design which can be achieved through repetition of colors, lines and
shapes
a. Balance c. Harmony
b. Emphasis d. Proportion

14. The principle of design which refers to the relative size and scale of the various
elements in a design.
a. Balance c. Harmony
b. Emphasis d. Proportion

15. Colors that are opposite each other on the color wheel
c. Triad c. Split complementary
d. Analogous d. Complementary


Criteria for assessment

Based on the result of your post assessment, your transfer of learning
is...

If you get...


Score Description
11-15 Outstanding
6-10 Very Good
0-5 Needs improvement






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Congratulations you have made it! You are now
ready for the next module.






























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Key to correction

Pre and Post assessment

1. A
2. E
3. F
4. D
5. B
6. I
7. H
8. C
9. G
10. J
11. A
12. B
13. C
14. D
15. D

Lesson 1 1.


2.


3.

4.

5.



Lesson 2 Self Assessments


Lesson 3 Self Assessments

Lesson 4 Self Assessments


Lesson 5 1. Complementary
2. Triadic
3. Analogous
4. Complementary
5. Split complementary
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Lesson 6 Self l Assessments

Lesson 7 Self l Assessments











































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Bibliography/References

Books
Barden Betty, Embroidery basics

Rensburg Salli Van Creative Ribbon Embroidery
Villaflor Rebecca et al. Work text in Technology and Livelihood Education.
Villanueva Cristina et al. Effective Technology and Livelihood Education



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http://www.ehow.com/how_7528_reduce-enlarge-
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