Skip to content
Bundle Up & Save
Hands on FACS
FACS is Academic
FACS Teacher's Toolkit
FACS Novelty Shop
Fresh FACS FAQ
Nav Menu 3
Nav Menu 4
Nav Menu 5
Nav Menu 6
Nav Menu 7
Nav Menu 8
Deconstructing Fashion-Fibers & Fabrics
Understanding the characteristics of fibers and how fabrics are made is essential to the success of any fabric-based project. This lesson presents the characteristics of both natural and manufactured fibers. The lesson also explains how fabrics are made. Key concepts: fibers, fabrics, weaving, dyeing, fabric, yarn, selvage, grain. Attachments: Deconstructing Fashion: Fibers and Fabrics Teacher Information Page, Weaving a Friendship Bracelet student activity, Wool Felting–Creating a Nonwoven Fabric student activity.
Upon purchase the Deconstructing Fashion--Fibers & Fabrics lesson will be delivered directly to you in electronic format to download at your convenience. You will receive an email with a link to your download when your purchase transaction is complete.
The lessons in FACS On Board were created using SMART Notebook software. If your classroom is equipped with a SMART Board, you should have no difficulty using the lessons in their original format. If the interactive whiteboard you are using is from another manufacturer, you will be able to access the lessons by opening them in SMART Notebook Express™ available for free at the following website:
Deconstructing Fashion-Design to Runway
Nutrient Power-Micro Nutrients
American Architectural Styles-Modern
Nutrient Power-Macro Nutrients
Danger Zone - Kitchen & Food Safety
Share your knowledge of this product.
Be the first to write a review »