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  1. Clothing I Test Review State Skills Test

  2. 1. What do the feed dogs do when sewing? • Control the position of the needle • Hold the fabric in place • Move the needle • Move the fabric during stitching

  3. 2. If the sewing machine is threaded correctly, the thread will • Loop on the bottom side of the fabric only • Stitch Evenly • Pull out of the needle when beginning to sew • Skip Stitches

  4. 3. What part of the sewing machine are the seam allowance guides located? • Take-up lever • Needle Stitch Plate • Feed Dog • Stitch Control

  5. 4. On the sewing machine what forms a stitch? • Upper threads and bobbin threads interlock • Bobbin winder • Take-up and bobbin threads interlock • Bobbin thread goes through the needle

  6. 5. The presser foot: • Forces the fabric to move while being stitched • Controls the tightness or looseness of the thread • Holds the fabric firmly in place against the feed dogs • Holds the spool of thread

  7. 6. The presser foot lifter/lever: • Raises or lowers the presser foot • Holds the spool of thread • Holds the fabric firmly in place against the feed dog • Raises or lowers the thread take-up lever

  8. 7. The thread tension: • Holds the spool of thread • Holds the bobbin in place • Holds the fabric firmly in place against the feed dogs • Controls the tightness or looseness of the thread

  9. 8. Which part raises and lowers the needle on a sewing machine? • Thread take-up lever • Presser foot lifter/lever • Handwheel • Spool Pin

  10. 9. The bobbin case: • Guides the lower thread into position for contact with the upper thread • Forces the fabric to move while being stitched • Directs the thread from the spool into the needle • All of the above

  11. 10. All of the following statements regarding the stitch length control are true EXCEPT: • Controls the number of stitches per inch. • For regulation stitching is set to sew 6 stitches per inch • Can be easily adjusted to perform a basting stitch • Is adjusted to stitch more stitches per inch when sewing an area that will have stress.

  12. 11. Pinking Shears: • Can be used to create a seam finish • Should be used to cut out fabric • Are better to use on knits than on woven fabrics • Can be easily sharpened at home.

  13. 12. A tool that is designed to remove small stitches is a: • Scissors • Seam ripper • Shears • Hem Marker

  14. 13. Which of the following protects the finger from a hand needle? • Tape Measure • Thimble • Scissors • Point Turner

  15. 14. Which of the following is used to take body measurements • Tape Measure • Seam Gauge • Ruler • Yard Stick

  16. 15. Which of the following is used to transfer pattern markings onto the fabric? • Seam Ripper • Water soluble fabric pens/markers • Needle point board • Seam Gauge

  17. 16. Which of the following tools is designed to cut fabric from patterns? • Shears • Rotary Cutters • Pinking Shears • Seam Ripper

  18. 17. Which one of the following is designed to measure short distances, six inches or less? • Seam gauge • Tape Measure • Ruler • Yard Stick

  19. 18. Which of the following protects the fabric from shiny marks made by an iron? • Seam Roll • Seam Ripper • Pressing Cloth • Sleeve Board

  20. 19. When replacing the sewing machine needle, it is important that the: • Groove side of the needle faces the thread • Groove side of the needle faces away from the thread • Needle be inserted to the top of the socket • 1 and 3

  21. 20. Following the outside edge of the presser foot gives a seam allowance of: • 3/8” wide • ½” wide • ¼” wide • 5/8” wide

  22. 21. The length of stitch you select is determined by: • The fabric you are using. • The purpose of the stitch • Type of thread • All of the above

  23. 22. Before starting a row of stitching, the thread take-up lever should be at its: • Lowest point • Midway point • Highest point • Doesn’t matter

  24. 23. When pressing: • Use a lifting and lowering motion • Use a sliding motion • Check appropriate temperature settings • 1 and 3

  25. 24. If the sewing machine is incorrectly threaded, the thread of the stitch will: • Loop on the bottom layer of the fabric • Skip Stitches • Unthread the needle • All of the above

  26. 25. Which of these practices might damage or reduce the efficiency of a sewing machine? • Applying a drop of oil at each oiling point. • Leaving pieces of thread in the machine • Removing the stitch/needle plate to clean the underside of the machine • Using canned air to remove lint.

  27. 26. All of the following may be causes for a sewing machine to skip stitches EXCEPT: • Needle in backwards • Blunt or bent needle • Incorrectly threaded needle • Upper tension is too tight

  28. 27. When passing a sharp object, such as a pair of shears, to another person always: • Use both hands • Pass the handle first • Check the blade • Use the clip cover

  29. 28. Which of the following fibers is classified as a natural fiber? • Rayon • Acrylic • Cotton • Polyester

  30. 29. Linen is made of: • Silk • Cotton • Wool • Flax Seed

  31. 30. Which fiber comes from an animal? • Silk • Flax • Cotton • Ramie

  32. 31. Natural fibers: • Come from plants and animals • Are not absorbent • Come from plants and wood pulp • Are chemically altered

  33. 32. Examples of synthetic fibers are: • Cotton, linen, and wool • Nylon, polyester, and acrylic • Felting, knitting, and weaving • All of the above

  34. 33. Which characteristic is unique to synthetic fibers? • Tends to shrink • Heat Sensitive • Absorbs Moisture • All of the above

  35. 34. Which of the following fibers is usually recommended for beginning sewing projects? • Cotton • Wool • Linen • Silk

  36. 35. All of the following characteristics are true of cotton EXCEPT: • Strong and Durable • Absorbent • Wrinkle resistant • Accepts dyes and prints easily

  37. 36. Blends are created: • To utilize the positive characteristics of each fiber • To reduce the cost • So the fabric will be washable • By using three or more fibers

  38. 37. All of the following statements regarding textiles are true EXCEPT: • Synthetic fibers are less absorbent than natural fibers • Often a blend is a combination of one natural and one synthetic fiber • You can usually tell the fibers in a fabric by looking at it. • Some synthetic fibers are manufactured from wood pulp

  39. 38. All of the following statements regarding man made fibers are true EXCEPT: • Rayon is manufactured from the cellulose fibers found in plants. • Nylon was the first fiber produced from chemicals • The generic fiber name must appear on the label of any garment or fabric sold • The generic name is the name given by the manufacturer of the fiber

  40. 39. When polyester is blended with cotton, the fabric becomes: • Wrinkle resistant • Stronger • Mildew Resistant • All of the above

  41. 40. Which one of the following fibers should be pressed at the lowest temperature setting? • Polyester • Nylon • Linen • Cotton

  42. 41. Which of the following statements about pressings is true? • Silk should be pressed with a hot iron and moisture • Wool should be pressed with a hot dry iron • Synthetic fabrics should be pressed using a low temperature setting • Cotton should be pressed using a low temperature setting

  43. 42. Which of the following characteristics is unique to cotton? • Dries Quickly • Builds up static electricity • Absorbs Moisture • All of the above

  44. 43. Which one of the following fibers has the MOST natural fire-retardant characteristics? • Acrylic • Cotton • Polyester • Wool

  45. 44. Usually the least expensive natural fiber is: • Linen • Wool • Cotton • Silk

  46. 45. Which fibers would be the best choice for a summer clothing project? • 100% Polyester • Acrylic and Nylon Blend • Silk • Cotton/Polyester Blend

  47. 46. Stains may be permanently set by: • Placing the stain in cold water immediately • Leaving the stain untreated for too long • Heat of any kind • 2 and 3

  48. 47. To remove blood stains from washable fabric: • Soak it in cold water • Wash it in hot water • Pour bleach directly on it • Use a non-enzyme detergent

  49. 48. To remove ink: • Soak it in cold water and then rub with detergent • Sponge with white vinegar and rinse • Spray lightly with hair spray or sponge with rubbing alcohol • Pour bleach directly onto the stain

  50. 49. Allowances made by pattern companies for fit is: • Extensions • Seam Allowance • Grading • Ease