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GCSE Product Design

GCSE Product Design . Name Emma Bichard Candidate Number Candidate Centre 38155. Introduction Design Brief and Task Analysis. Hand bags, shoulder bags, purses, college bag, or school bag, beach bags and evening bags. .

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GCSE Product Design

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  1. GCSE Product Design Name Emma Bichard Candidate Number Candidate Centre 38155

  2. Introduction Design Brief and Task Analysis Hand bags, shoulder bags, purses, college bag, or school bag, beach bags and evening bags. I have been asked to design a range of products for a sustainable Internet company. They have requested that I look at fabrics from a sustainable source or use recycled fabrics in the product. The product needs to link into a range of household furnishings. Action plan for home To make a mood board; Also research existing products and draw up designs Why use recycled fabrics and not new? Who am I going to design a product for? What types of products are fashionable in today’s market? What type of denim is on the market? Task Analysis Who makes denim and why is it so popular? I think that people that know denim and the types of products it can make will like to buy a recycled denim product. It is a good idea to help the environment by using old fabrics. I will find out all about the environment. I will look up companies that make denim fabric and products Where is the product going to be sold from and what type of Internet Company? • Action plan for school • Do lots of research on the Internet at home and during lessons • Try out lots of techniques using old fabrics, see if I can locate some from charity shops and from family relatives • Look at old denim products and take it apart, by disassembling, record this information to help make my own outcome. • Plan to research some of the books in the Textile room • Work out the cost and bring in some money for bits and pieces Teenagers like denim. So do young kids. I also think that older people will like to use products made from this material.

  3. Mood board

  4. CAD-CAM in my work Introduction I am putting this sheet together because, I need to show some CAD-CAM in my work. You can see the products in 3D and you can rotate the design and view it from all angles on some software. CAD-CAM also helps you make changes and modifications quickly and easily. On CAD –CAM It allows you to experiment with different patterns; textures and colour ways. To develop basic or standardised designs. CAD-CAM can improve the quality of the design and also use simulations to test the design. Instructions on how to use the CAD-CAM embroidery machine After trialling out several types of CAD programmes in the ICT suite and the textiles room I now have an idea about how good CAD and CAM can be. I have decided I’m not going to use CAD in my project as many of the designs did not link into my work. The Janome 300E machine has a good range of existing programmed designs, which can link into many projects. But the sizes are limited and don’t allow you to scale them up or down to a great extent. Therefore, I will not use this embroidery system as part of my work. • What I did when trialling out the CAD-CAM embroidery machine: • Thread up the machine with the correct embroidery threads; • Use interfacing for the back bobbin thread; • Place fabric and backing into the frame; • Fit into the machine slots • Set the design pattern; • Keep changing the treads according to the pattern design; • QC check the outcome.

  5. Introduction Because I am going to use fabrics that have been recycled in my project, I have decided to put together a sheet of information that discusses the issues that can cause problems for the environment. The sheet will also have research that looks at why we should recycle. Textiles & Issues with the Environment

  6. The Flower is the symbol of the European Eco-label – your guide to greener products and services. Textiles & Issues with the Environment

  7. Designers that produce organic and fair trade textile products Introduction This sheet is two pieces of information that looks at fair trade and designers’ that make organic products. I did this so that I know what to do and why I am making a product from recycled fabrics. Bird textile Bird is a range of luxury eco products for those who appreciate quality and style, and care about the planet in which they live. Designed by Rachel Bending, Birds’ exquisite collections of fabrics are all hand printed using water based dyes at her Byron Bay studio. All products in the range are manufactured using 100% renewable solar power, and Bird was recognised as Australia's first climate neutral business 4 years ago. Introduction This sheet is two pieces of information that looks at fair trade and designers’ that make organic products. I did this so that I know what to do and why I am making a product from recycled fabrics. What is Fair Trade? Fair trade is an alternative approach to trade, particularly international trade that has arisen from grave inequities in the mainstream free trade model. These inequities enable developed countries to continue to progress and prosper while essentially limiting or debilitating the trade opportunities of those most in need of development.

  8. Analysing my research The analysis of my research My mood board My mood board is lots of images for magazines and Sundays papers. I chose to take pictures that have bright and fancy colours on it and have cheerful things on it. I really like the way that my mood board can help me does my design and give me some good ideas. My environmental sheets I wanted to know about the things that the textiles industry does. Because I have been asked to think about using recycled fabrics, I will use this to help me understand what is wrong with the textiles industry and why I need to use old fabrics instead of throwing them away. My disassembling of an existing product This was a bag made by a previous student. I wanted to see how it had been made they say that designers do this to see if they can copy or make the pattern better. This was useful because I could see what they had done with the fabrics. The internet research of some design products made from old denim This was useful because I found many sites that sell products that have lots of denim and other products made from old fabrics and components. The sheet is some images that I have looked at. I think it is useful because I could use the quality of what they had made.

  9. Design Specification • The product will be made using old and other things like old components • The design brief said this is what I should investigate • The product will therefore be made for a home, maybe a teenagers room or a student accommodation • The product will be made using a range of techniques like batik, patchwork sewing embroidery and appliqué • The product will be interesting and have some natural images on it • The product will be made to a high quality and will last a lone time once it had=s been made, meaning that the life cycle will be fairly long • The look will be fun and different to any other product on the market at the moment.

  10. Initial design ideas My first five ideas are all about flowers and springtime. I wanted to use some patchwork ideas in the designs, because many left over pieces of denim can get used up. I can also use other pieces of recycled fabrics for the appliqué. Overall I think my first few ideas are quite nice

  11. Development of the designs – batik technique – possible back view of cushion • Make the basic sketch • Draw over design with hot wax • Paint on dyes • Cover with resist wax and paint another colour • Leave to dry then iron off excess wax Batik method of working – Candles, at least one containing beeswax. Double boiler for melting wax. Good quality artist's paintbrush. Cold water dye and fixative. Charcoal, or pencil, for making preliminary sketch. Old picture frame. (Batik is normally worked on a special frame on which the cloth is tacked to keep it taut, but for beginners an old picture frame will serve just as well.) You will also need a double boiler or a boiling ring or chafing dish (such as a fondue dish with candles beneath) to melt the wax, and you will need access to a sink or bowl for dyeing.

  12. The final design has been decided because I think the colours are modern and would appeal to a wide target audience. Final idea and notes The final patchwork pieces will be designed using a wearing effect with light and dark blue denim strips, some perhaps redyed to put back the colour. This will be cold water dyeing method I am going to use several colours to trial out the dyed new effect on the denim. I also want some old worn bits to add further interest. I have decided to design a product that is a little bit modern with a range of sewing techniques and stitch effects. The appliqué will be done using a satin stitch of around 3.54 by 0.7 in closeness. The colours of threads will contrast against the fabric pieces. The back and sides will be strips of redyed denim using a patchwork effect. I will also use the satin stitch over some of the seams.

  13. Development Analysis

  14. What components do I need? I will use old parts of denims like the zips, buttons and another embellishment Were do I look for the denim for my product I shall go look at the 2nd hand shops and on the market and see what I can get. How will I do this? In my spear time or after school or on the weekend. Now that I have completed all my design sketching I need to plan my development How much will the raw materials coast me? I think the materials will cost a very small amount because I am using recycled denim and other materials. The time it takes to take them apart and re style them will hiowever cost in time and energy (electric) Where will I get the materials from? I will spend time looking at home and in charity shops at the weekend. Sometimes you can visit clothing banks that the local authority have. I will try to see if I can find one of these also.

  15. Techniques that I have trialled out for the product making Technique one – weaving with old denim: I used strips of old denim that I cut to equal sizes. I then laid them on the ironing board, and weaved them through each other. I then ironed on a sheet of interfacing. This held the technique in place. I think that the technique is good, because of how it looks, the weaving could be made to look quite different. Technique three– I trialled out some stencilling by cutting out the shape on card, then using the craft knife I cut out the design. I then used a range of paints for fabrics to get down the design. Technique two – I completed the batik by using all the batik equipment: Batik pot Tjainting tools Hot wax Dyes and cotton fabric I drew on the design then when over it with the hot wax. I used the tjainting tool to work the wax. I then painted the design with the paint brushes and dyes. I think the idea is good fun, and I think I might use this on my product. Technique four – Appliqué I used some fabrics to create the design. I then sewed on the shape using a satin stitch this was edited on the computerised machine 3-07.

  16. Further techniques explored

  17. Planning and systems – also using CAD-CAM embroidery

  18. Diary of making • Dye denim using colour palette • Cut pattern – • Dye surround • Sew patchwork pieces on reverse side – 4x4 then 4x4 • Cut out appliqué pattern parts, interface using iron on interfacing • Sew using satin stitch • sew surround using patchwork method • Sew back to front • Make cushion filling

  19. Flow Diagram

  20. Modification suggestions Modification one – use a possible different style patchwork Modification two – try to use old curtains rather then denim Modification four – try to change the shape Modification three – use several different appliqué stitches

  21. CARE LABEL Manufacturing Specification 40 00

  22. Final Summing up

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