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Project Title: Virtual Training Centre for Shoe Design Project No: 134124-LLP-1-2007-1-RO-LEONARDO-LMP Agreement No.:

Project Title: Virtual Training Centre for Shoe Design Project No: 134124-LLP-1-2007-1-RO-LEONARDO-LMP Agreement No.: 2007-3111/001-001 LE3-MULPRO

Virtual Training Centre for Shoe Design

Common Curriculum

Virtual Training Centre for Shoe Design Common Curriculum This project has been funded with support from

This project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

This publication reflects the views only of the author, and the Commission cannot be held responsible for any use which may be made of the information contained therein.

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CONTENT Virtual Training Centre for Shoe Design as a Model 5 Development of Competence Based

CONTENT

Virtual Training Centre for Shoe Design as a Model

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Development of Competence Based Curriculum

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Part I Foot

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Lesson 1.1. Knowledge on Foot Anatomy Applied to Footwear Design and Pattern Making

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Lesson 1.2. Knowledge on Foot Biomechanics Applied to Footwear Design and Pattern Making

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Part II- Footwear

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Lesson 2.1. Materials Used for Footwear Products

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Lesson 2.2. Footwear: Structure and Functions

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Lesson 2.3. Lasts for Footwear Industry

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Lesson 2.4. Footwear Technology

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Lesson 2.5. Technological Allowances for Pattern Making

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Part III- Measurements and Tools

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Lesson 3.1. Measuring the Foot - Foot Anthropometrics

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Lesson 3.2. Measurement Systems

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Lesson 3.3. Tools for Pattern Making 22 Part IV- Design and Pattern Making 24 Lesson

Lesson 3.3. Tools for Pattern Making

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Part IV- Design and Pattern Making

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Lesson 4.1. Principles and Elements of Design Applied to Footwear

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Lesson 4.2. Basic Stages in Producing Footwear Patterns From 3D Design

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Lesson 4.3. Producing Standard Forme of the Last

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Lesson 4.4. Producing Design Standard (Master Pattern)

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Lesson 4.5. Pattern Making for Women’s Court Shoe

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Lesson 4.6. Pattern Making for Men’s Casual Shoe (Oxford, Derby)

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Lesson 4.7. Pattern Making for Children’s Shoe

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Lesson 4.8. Pattern Making for Loafers

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Lesson 4.9. Pattern Making for Trainer/ Sport Shoe

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Lesson 4.10. Pattern Making for Women’s Sandals

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Lesson 4.11. Pattern Making for Children’s Boots

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Lesson 4.12. Pattern Making for Women High Boots

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Lesson 4.13. Producing Lining Patterns

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Lesson 4.14. Elements for Designing Bottom Components

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VIRTUAL TRAINING CENTRE FOR SHOE DESIGN AS A MODEL The rapidly changing technologies, as well

VIRTUAL TRAINING CENTRE FOR SHOE DESIGN AS A MODEL

The rapidly changing technologies, as well as the innovative e-learning teaching methods require for adapted modules for lifelong training that keeps continuously up to date with the relevant developments of the European footwear industry. The Virtual Training Centre for Shoe Design is an interactive platform, a meeting point for policy-makers, social-partners, practitioners, researchers and all those with an interest in footwear design field of vocational education and training. Experts in the field can share and exchange knowledge and experience with associates within and outside the European Union.

The project’s scientific and pedagogic objectives are in tune with the main priority in Lifelong Learning Programme. Through the various research and development projects, partners have developed training materials for footwear design. These materials have to be compared between involved partners in order to get common curricula to be share with future users at a European level. The innovative e-content, developed within the VTC-Shoe project, can easily be translated to various languages.

DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETENCE BASED CURRICULUM Recognizing competencies and skills needed in footwear industry and

DEVELOPMENT OF COMPETENCE BASED CURRICULUM

Recognizing competencies and skills needed in footwear industry and anticipating their development stand for a complex mission given several socio-economical factors, which must be taken into consideration. The stakeholders (VET schools, universities, employers, professional associations etc.) have to monitor this identification taking place at various levels: 1) deciding the overall competences development plan necessary for a successful business strategy, action that should be taken at the highest managerial level; 2) defining the new competence needs through involvement of employers and employees; 3) elaborating specific competences development plan; 4) developing learning environment.

The VTC-Shoe project attempted to design the competency-curriculum for VET under the area of a Virtual Training Centre. The study research was conducted in order to identify and explore the usefulness of the questionnaire tool in finding a suitable presentation form for a competence-based curriculum. The sampling method based on convenience and targeted colleagues, former students, business contacts from the footwear industry and their acquaintances, from Romania, Greece and Turkey. The questionnaire was developed based on planned curricula structure and on preliminary interviews with some experts from footwear industry and potential trainers and trainees. After its development with the partners in the project, it was applied on VTC-Shoe content development, and modified accordingly with the feedback obtained from piloting courses.

The curriculum and the content developed based on this curriculum stand on four parts. The

The curriculum and the content developed based on this curriculum stand on four parts. The first part is about Foot. The second part is dedicated to Footwear. The third part deals with Measurements and Tools. The last part is about Design and Pattern Making.

to Footwear. The third part deals with Measurements and Tools. The last part is about Design
to Footwear. The third part deals with Measurements and Tools. The last part is about Design
to Footwear. The third part deals with Measurements and Tools. The last part is about Design
to Footwear. The third part deals with Measurements and Tools. The last part is about Design
PART I – FOOT LESSON 1.1. KNOWLEDGE ON FOOT ANATOMY APPLIED TO FOOTWEAR DESIGN AND

PART I FOOT

LESSON 1.1. KNOWLEDGE ON FOOT ANATOMY APPLIED TO FOOTWEAR DESIGN AND PATTERN MAKING

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This unit aims to identify and describe the main structure and functions of the foot in order to apply this knowledge to designing the footwear. TOPICS

Identifying foot structure and its functionsto apply this knowledge to designing the footwear. TOPICS Identifying problems related to footwear CONTENT 1.

Identifying problems related to footwear CONTENT CONTENT

1. Describe the structure and functions of the foot

2. The main foot structures: muscles, bones, joints, nervous system

3. Foot problems related to footwear. Structural and functional disorders of the foot.

LESSON

1.2.

KNOWLEDGE

ON

FOOT

BIOMECHANICS

APPLIED TO FOOTWEAR DESIGN AND PATTERN MAKING

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This unit aims to identify biomechanics parameters and to offer knowledge about gait analysis computer techniques

TOPICS Managing and collecting measurements of foot biomechanics parameters with computer techniques Gait analysis is

TOPICS

Managing and collecting measurements of foot biomechanics parameters with computer techniquesTOPICS Gait analysis is perform ed to obtain baseline data of consumer’s walk pattern CONTENT 1.

Gait analysis is performed to obtain baseline data of consumer’s walk pattern CONTENT ed to obtain baseline data of consumer’s walk pattern CONTENT

1. Foot biomechanics

2. Gait analysis

is perform ed to obtain baseline data of consumer’s walk pattern CONTENT 1. Foot biomechanics 2.
LESSON PRODUCTS 2.1. UNIT DESCRIPTOR PART II- FOOTWEAR MATERIALS USED FOR FOOTWEAR This unit aims

LESSON

PRODUCTS

2.1.

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

PART II- FOOTWEAR

MATERIALS

USED

FOR

FOOTWEAR

This unit aims to identify and describe the entire range of materials used in shoe production both for upper and for bottom components (leather, textile, substitutes, rubber, synthetics, non-woven etc.).

TOPICS

Identifying materials uses within footwear industry Recognizing characteristics of materials Determining performance of materials Identifying common faults, problems and surface defects of materials Selecting and testing the materials accordingly with the purpose of the product

CONTENT

1. Identifying/ Classifying footwear materials

2. Performances of materials for footwear

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Physical properties

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Mechanical properties

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Chemical properties

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Technological and usability characteristics of materials

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List of international standards ( ISO) for footwear industry

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LESSON 2.2. FOOTWEAR: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS UNIT DESCRIPTOR This unit presents various types of footwear

LESSON 2.2. FOOTWEAR: STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIONS

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This unit presents various types of footwear considering their structure. The footwear components, both for uppers and bottoms, are presented in relations with their role for structuring and achieving the function of the entire footwear product.

TOPICS

Standard footwear types Presenting the components of footwear: uppers (vamp, toe, quarter, counter, tongue, apron, tab, strips, linings, stiffener, toe puff) and bottom (insole, rigid insole backer, shank, bottom filling, insole cover, welt, middle sole, sole, heel)the function of the entire footwear product. TOPICS Identifying footwear components both for upper and for

Identifying footwear components both for upper and for bottom, their role and recommended materialsbottom filling, insole cover, welt, middle sole, sole, heel) Recognizing the functions that footwear has to

Recognizing the functions that footwear has to fulfil during its useupper and for bottom, their role and recommended materials CONTENT 1. Footwear components: uppers and bottoms

CONTENT

1. Footwear components: uppers and bottoms

2. Constructive types

3. Description of the main features and functions of footwear

3.1. Types of footwear (fashion, casual, sport)

3.2. Footwear features (uppers, soles, heels, lining, laces and buckles, etc.)

3.3. Features of footwear related to foot function and structure (size, shape).

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LESSON 2.3. LASTS FOR FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY UNIT DESCRIPTOR Transferring the foot size and its general

LESSON 2.3. LASTS FOR FOOTWEAR INDUSTRY

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

Transferring the foot size and its general shape into definitive lasts includes variables such as nature and extent of functional demands, foot characteristics, styles and characteristics of the materials. This unit covers the theoretical knowledge regarding various types of lasts used in footwear industry, as well as the selection criteria of a last according to footwear design requirements.

TOPICS

Transforming the foot measurements into the last shape and dimensionsof a last according to footwear design requirements. TOPICS Identifying various types of lasts and their

Identifying various types of lasts and their build-up componentsthe foot measurements into the last shape and dimensions Measuring and controlling the last Selecting an

Measuring and controlling the lastvarious types of lasts and their build-up components Selecting an appropriate existing or commercial last which

Selecting an appropriate existing or commercial last which closely matches the required foot shape and sizetheir build-up components Measuring and controlling the last CONTENT 1. Lasts for footwear industry 2. Classifying

CONTENT

1. Lasts for footwear industry

2. Classifying the lasts

3. Dimensional characterization of the last

4. Verifying the shape and the size using control patterns

5. Verifying the quality requirements

6. Selecting the last

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LESSON 2.4. FOOTWEAR TECHNOLOGY UNIT DESCRIPTOR This unit presents the entire manufacturing process, from pattern

LESSON 2.4. FOOTWEAR TECHNOLOGY

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This unit presents the entire manufacturing process, from pattern cutting through closing, lasting, soling and finishing.

TOPICS

through closing, lasting, soling and finishing. TOPICS Identifying the manufacturing process, from pattern cutting

Identifying the manufacturing process, from pattern cutting through closing, lasting, soling and finishing.

CONTENT

1. Cutting

2. Sewing

3. Lasting

4. Soling

5. Finishing

cutting through closing, lasting, soling and finishing. CONTENT 1. Cutting 2. Sewing 3. Lasting 4. Soling
LESSON PATTERN MAKING 2.5. TECHNOLOGICAL UNIT DESCRIPTOR ALLOWANCES FOR There are three main types of

LESSON

PATTERN MAKING

2.5.

TECHNOLOGICAL

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

ALLOWANCES

FOR

There are three main types of allowances for the sectional patterns: lasting allowance, seam allowance and edge allowance The unit presents basics information for establishing these allowances according to the footwear manufacturing technology. Various design effects need special allowances and these can be estimated considering the treatments and materials involved.

TOPICS

Presenting and setting up the allowances for different edge treatments (folded edge, binding edge, laced edge, special effects etc.);considering the treatments and materials involved. TOPICS Presenting and setting up the allowances for different type

Presenting and setting up the allowances for different type of seamsedge, binding edge, laced edge, special effects etc.); Presenting and setting up the lasting allowances accordingly

Presenting and setting up the lasting allowances accordingly with lasting technologyand setting up the allowances for different type of seams CONTENT 1. Basics for uppers preparation

CONTENT

1. Basics for uppers preparation due with the edge treatment

2. Basics of uppers closing by sewing

3. Basics for shoe lasting technology

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PART III- MEASUREMENTS AND TOOLS LESSON 3.1. MEASURING THE ANTHROPOMETRICS FOOT - FOOT UNIT DESCRIPTOR

PART III- MEASUREMENTS AND TOOLS

LESSON

3.1.

MEASURING

THE

ANTHROPOMETRICS

FOOT

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FOOT

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This unit defines and presents the anthropometrical parameters within the foot and leg. Foot measurements may be undertaken by using basic measuring devices such as ruler

and measuring tape (computer techniques).

such as 3D scanners

(manual techniques) or special equipments

TOPICS Marking the anatomical points on foot and leg Measuring the foot and defining anthropometrical parameters Managing and collecting measurements of foot parameters with computer techniques Assigning the relation between main dimensions of the foot (length and girth) and shoe’s size

dimensions of the foot (length and girth) and shoe’s size CONTENT 1. Anatomical points of the
dimensions of the foot (length and girth) and shoe’s size CONTENT 1. Anatomical points of the
dimensions of the foot (length and girth) and shoe’s size CONTENT 1. Anatomical points of the
dimensions of the foot (length and girth) and shoe’s size CONTENT 1. Anatomical points of the

CONTENT

1. Anatomical points of the foot with an active role in biomechanics.

2. Anthropometrical parameters of the foot: length, width, girth, height, and angles

3. Variability of the foot dimensions and shape during standing and walking

4. Practice of measuring the foot and leg

4.1 Manual procedure for measuring the foot/leg

4.2 Computer technique for measuring the foot/leg

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LESSON 3.2. MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS UNIT DESCRIPTOR To present various measurement systems by connecting foot and

LESSON 3.2. MEASUREMENT SYSTEMS

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

To present various measurement systems by connecting foot and last measurements with footwear sizing.

TOPICS

Describing foot, last and footwear measurement sizing Interpreting design brief Analysing and assessing sizing for footwear design Adapting the measurements of foot to shoe design requirements

CONTENT

1. Measurements of the foot transposed into measurements of the last

2. Footwear sizing

2.1. French (Continental) Measurement System

2.2. English Measurement System

2.3. American Measurement System

2.4. Mondopoint System

2.5. Sizing charts and transformation relation between various measurement

systems. Measurement and comparison tables

3. The effect of poor-fitting or poorly made shoes

4- Shoe Size Conversion Tables

- Adults’ (Men and Women) Shoe Size Conversion Table

- Girls’ Shoe Sizes

- Boys’ Shoe Sizes

- BATA Comparative Chart Table

LESSON 3.3. TOOLS FOR PATTERN MAKING UNIT DESCRIPTOR In order to obtain good patterns it

LESSON 3.3. TOOLS FOR PATTERN MAKING

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

In order to obtain good patterns it is necessary to know and select the essentials tools. This unit demonstrates which these tools are and how they are used for.

TOPICS Presenting the tools for pattern making

used for. TOPICS Presenting the tools for pattern making CONTENT • B type various pencils •

CONTENT

B type various pencils

Cutting knife

Measuring tape

School rubber

Metal ruler

Compass

Protractor

Copying wheel

Scissors

Revolving punch plier

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PART IV- DESIGN AND PATTERN MAKING LESSON 4.1. PRINCIPLES AND ELEMENTS OF DESIGN APPLIED TO

PART IV- DESIGN AND PATTERN MAKING

LESSON 4.1. PRINCIPLES AND ELEMENTS OF DESIGN APPLIED TO FOOTWEAR

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

In order to create a good product design, knowledge about the theory of elements and principles of design is required. The unit demonstrates how elements of design integrated into principles of designs could be used within the footwear product concept.

TOPICS

Elements of design applied to footwearcould be used within the footwear product concept. TOPICS Principles of design applied to footwear Examples,

Principles of design applied to footwearconcept. TOPICS Elements of design applied to footwear Examples, presentations and recommendations CONTENT 1.

Examples, presentations and recommendationsapplied to footwear Principles of design applied to footwear CONTENT 1. Introduction 2. Elements of product

CONTENT

1. Introduction

2. Elements of product design: line, shape, form and colour

3. Principles of product design: repetition, pattern, gradation, rhythm, radiation, harmony, contrast, dominance, proportion, balance, and unity

4. Examples of brand designs

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LESSON 4.2. BASIC STAGES IN PRODUCING FOOTWEAR PATTERNS FROM 3D DESIGN UNIT DESCRIPTOR This unit

LESSON 4.2. BASIC STAGES IN PRODUCING FOOTWEAR PATTERNS FROM 3D DESIGN

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This unit aims present the essentials of footwear pattern making in accordance with the design specification and manufacturing requirements. The student will be introduced with the VTC Shoe pattern making method. This method requires for 3D design to be created first directly on the last and then accurately transferred into a 2D standard design, and finally being transformed into working patterns.

TOPICS

Defining design lines and features on 3D lastand finally being transformed into working patterns. TOPICS Translating designs from 3D to 2D standard forme

Translating designs from 3D to 2D standard formeTOPICS Defining design lines and features on 3D last Drawing patterns to outfit required specifications of

Drawing patterns to outfit required specifications of the footwearon 3D last Translating designs from 3D to 2D standard forme Modifying and adjusting patterns CONTENT

Modifying and adjusting patternspatterns to outfit required specifications of the footwear CONTENT 1. VTC Shoe pattern making method 2.

CONTENT

1. VTC Shoe pattern making method

2. Stages in producing footwear patterns

2.1. Completing design specification and selecting the last

2.2. Producing the mean forme

2.3. Drawing the standard design grid

2.4. Drawing the 3D model directly on the last

2.5. Transferring design lines from 3D shell to 2D standard forme

2.6. Obtaining the 2D standard design of the model Pattern)

2.7. Producing and modifying working patterns

( Master

3. Producing footwear patterns for boots and high boots

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LESSON 4.3. PRODUCING STANDARD FORME OF THE LAST UNIT DESCRIPTOR The mean forme is the

LESSON 4.3. PRODUCING STANDARD FORME OF THE LAST

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

The mean forme is the most important pattern in footwear design. If it is not accurate, all the patterns will reproduce the errors within the original mean forme. The unit presents several accurate methods of producing mean forme.

TOPICS

Identifying the forme-making methods: paper slotted forme, paper taped forme;several accurate methods of producing mean forme. TOPICS Transposing the main anatomical points and lines on

Transposing the main anatomical points and lines on the last accordingly with their position on footmethods: paper slotted forme, paper taped forme; Obtaining outside and inside forme by flattening the surface

Obtaining outside and inside forme by flattening the surface of the lastpaper taped forme; Transposing the main anatomical points and lines on the last accordingly with their

last accordingly with their position on foot Obtaining outside and inside forme by flattening the surface

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CONTENT 1. Introduction 2. Forme-making methods 2.1. Forme-making using paper slotted method; 2.2. Forme-making using

CONTENT

1. Introduction

2. Forme-making methods

2.1. Forme-making using paper slotted method;

2.2. Forme-making using paper tape method;

3. Flattening inside and outside formes and making adjustments in order to get the

mean forme.

using paper tape method; 3. Flattening inside and outside formes and making adjustments in order to

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LESSON 4.4. PRODUCING DESIGN STANDARD (MASTER PATTERN) UNIT DESCRIPTOR The standard design gives a master

LESSON 4.4. PRODUCING DESIGN STANDARD (MASTER PATTERN)

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

The standard design gives a master pattern that represents the shape and the basic lines of the footwear model, and they are transposed into a 2D drawing.

It is very important that the design standard should have position points, and the basic lines should be clearly marked.

These points and basic lines are linked with the anatomy and biomechanics of the foot, and have to be in view during all the stages of designing and pattern making process.

TOPICS

the stages of designing and pattern making process. TOPICS Producing design standard in reference to foot

Producing design standard in reference to foot anatomy, last construction/ characteristics and footwear style.

CONTENT

1. The link between foot anatomy and basic construction lines.

2. Auxiliary constructions lines

3. The link between construction lines and footwear patterns.

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LESSON 4.5. PATTERN MAKING FOR WOMEN’S C OURT SHOE UNIT DESCRIPTOR The classic court shoe

LESSON 4.5. PATTERN MAKING FOR WOMEN’S COURT SHOE

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

The classic court shoe is the most common model of women’s footwear. In order to get an accurate pattern for this type of shoe fitting correctly on the last, basic principles of pattern making are to be known as well as the necessary adjustments. TOPICS

Presenting principles and concepts of pattern making for court shoeto be known as well as the necessary adjustments. TOPICS Drawing the outline for vamp, toe

Drawing the outline for vamp, toe cap, quarter, counterprinciples and concepts of pattern making for court shoe Obtaining design standards for court shoe Making

Obtaining design standards for court shoeshoe Drawing the outline for vamp, toe cap, quarter, counter Making and modifying the working patterns

Making and modifying the working patternsquarter, counter Obtaining design standards for court shoe Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples,

Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples, drawings sheets, working progress filesfor vamp, toe cap, quarter, counter Obtaining design standards for court shoe Making and modifying the

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CONTENT 1. Preparatory stage for pattern making 1.1.Selecting the last to meet the design specification

CONTENT

1. Preparatory stage for pattern making 1.1.Selecting the last to meet the design specification 1.2.Designing requirements regarding the shape and specific outlines of the patterns

2. 3D modelling of the court shoe

3. Producing design standards (master pattern) and sectional patterns

of the patterns 2. 3D modelling of the court shoe 3. Producing design standards (master pattern)
LESSON 4.6. PATTERN M AKING FOR MEN’S CASU AL SHOE (OXFORD, DERBY) UNIT DESCRIPTOR Designing

LESSON 4.6. PATTERN MAKING FOR MEN’S CASUAL SHOE (OXFORD, DERBY)

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

Designing and producing patterns for classical types of men’s shoes, as Oxford and Derby models, are presented in this unit. The Oxford style is characterized by the fact that the vamp section is laid over the quarter sections. The Derby shoe is a lace-up style in which the quarters are laid on the vamp section.

TOPICS

Presenting principles and concepts of pattern making for Oxford/Derby shoein which the quarters are laid on the vamp section. TOPICS Drawing the outline for vamp,

Drawing the outline for vamp, cap, quarter, tongue, back strapsand concepts of pattern making for Oxford/Derby shoe O btaining design standard for Men’s Oxford shoe

Obtaining design standard for Men’s Oxford shoe btaining design standard for Men’s Oxford shoe

Obtaining design standard for Men’s Derby shoe btaining design standard for Men’s Derby shoe

Making and modifying the working patternsshoe O btaining design standard for Men’s Derby shoe Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples,

Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples, drawings sheets, working progress filesMen’s Derby shoe Making and modifying the working patterns CONTENT 1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

CONTENT

1. Preparatory stage for pattern making 1.1.Selecting the last to meet the design specification 1.2.Design requirements regarding the shape and specific outlines of the patterns

2. 3D modelling of the Men’s shoe 2.1.Oxford shoe 2.2.Derby shoe

3. Producing design standard (master pattern) and sectional patterns 3.1.Design standard and sectional patterns for the Oxford shoe 3.2.Design standard and sectional patterns for the Derby shoe

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LESSON 4.7. PATTERN MAKING FOR C HILDREN’S SHOE UNIT DESCRIPTOR It is to be noted

LESSON 4.7. PATTERN MAKING FOR CHILDREN’S SHOE

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

It is to be noted that children’s shoe is not a small size of an adult shoe. Special features are required for this category of shoes due to different conditions and features that children’s feet have to perform.

TOPICS

Presenting principles and concepts of pattern making for children’s shoe resenting principles and concepts of pattern making for children’s shoe

Drawing the outline for vamp, cap, quarter, tongue, back strapsand concepts of pattern making for children’s shoe O btaining design standard for children’s shoe Making

Obtaining design standard for children’s shoe btaining design standard for children’s shoe

Making and modifying the working patternsback straps O btaining design standard for children’s shoe Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples,

Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples, drawings sheets, working progress fileschildren’s shoe Making and modifying the working patterns CONTENT 1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

CONTENT

1. Preparatory stage for pattern making 1.1.Differences in pattern making between children and adults shoes 1.2.Identifying the design requirements regarding the shape or specific outlines of the patterns

2. 3D modelling of the children’s shoe

3. Producing the design standard (master pattern) and sectional patterns

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LESSON 4.8. PATTERN MAKING FOR LOAFERS UNIT DESCRIPTOR A low step-in shoe is called Loafer

LESSON 4.8. PATTERN MAKING FOR LOAFERS

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

A low step-in shoe is called Loafer and it is characterized by the fact that no laces or other systems for setting up on foot are used. Designing this type of shoe requires special attention to the topline of the uppers that has to be according to the usability of the footwear. Elastic tape could be used and the patterns for uppers have to be designed taking the presence of this functional element into consideration.

TOPICS

Presenting principles and concepts of pattern making for bootsof this functional element into consideration. TOPICS Drawing the outline of sectional patterns Obtaining design

Drawing the outline of sectional patternsprinciples and concepts of pattern making for boots Obtaining design standard for boots Making and modifying

Obtaining design standard for bootsmaking for boots Drawing the outline of sectional patterns Making and modifying the working patterns Maintaining

Making and modifying the working patternsof sectional patterns Obtaining design standard for boots Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples,

Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples, drawings sheets, working progress filesstandard for boots Making and modifying the working patterns CONTENT 1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

CONTENT

1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

1.1. Selecting the last to meet to meet the design specification

1.2. Identifying design requirements regarding to shape or to specific outlines of

the patterns

2. 3D modelling of the Loafers

3. Producing the design standard (master pattern) and sectional patterns

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LESSON 4.9. PATTERN MAKING FOR TRAINER/ SPORT SHOE UNIT DESCRIPTOR The constructive characteristics of this

LESSON 4.9. PATTERN MAKING FOR TRAINER/ SPORT SHOE

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

The constructive characteristics of this type of leisure/sport footwear lie in the uppers style as being the same for men, women and children. The uppers can be made from different types or combination of materials. They could have following patterns: split toe cap, outside counter, back tab facing, front facing and side flash (side stripe).

TOPICS

Presenting principles and concepts of pattern making for trainer/sport shoe Drawing the outline of sectional patterns Obtaining design standard for trainer/sport shoe Making and modifying the working patterns Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples, drawings sheets, working progress files

CONTENT

1. Preparatory stage for pattern making 1.1.Selecting the last to meet the design specification 1.2.Identifying the design requirements regarding shape or specific outlines of the patterns

2. 3D modelling of the trainer/sport shoe

3. Producing the design standard (master pattern) and sectional patterns

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LESSON 4.10. PATTER N MAKING FOR WOMENS’ SANDALS UNIT DESCRIPTOR The most common method for

LESSON

4.10.

PATTERN

MAKING

FOR

WOMENS’

SANDALS

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

The most common method for sandal’s pattern making is by drawing the design lines and the sectional patterns directly on last. The 3D model is translated into the 2D standard forme and the working patterns are obtained.

TOPICS

Presenting principles and concepts of pattern making for sandalsstandard forme and the working patterns are obtained. TOPICS Drawing the outline of sectional patterns Obtaining

Drawing the outline of sectional patternsprinciples and concepts of pattern making for sandals Obtaining design standard for sandals Making and modifying

Obtaining design standard for sandalsmaking for sandals Drawing the outline of sectional patterns Making and modifying the working patterns Maintaining

Making and modifying the working patternsof sectional patterns Obtaining design standard for sandals Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples,

Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples, drawings sheets, working progress filesfor sandals Making and modifying the working patterns CONTENT 1. Preparatory stage for pattern making 1.1.

CONTENT

1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

1.1. Identifying design requirements regarding shape and

dimensions

2. 3D Modelling of the women’s sandals

3. Producing the design standard (master pattern) and sectional patterns

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LESSON 4.11. PATTERN MAKING FOR C HILDREN’S BOOTS UNIT DESCRIPTOR This type of footwear should

LESSON

4.11.

PATTERN

MAKING

FOR

CHILDREN’S

BOOTS

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This type of footwear should be produced on a last specially designed for a boot. For designing boots or high boots, we will use the mean forme of the last registered in the reference system. A standard design (master pattern) is constructed based on the same principles as described in lesson 4.4. The pattern making for boots is based both on the mean forme and on a geometrical construction, where some specific dimensions about heights and girths measured on leg should be taken from sizing tables.

TOPICS

Presenting principles and concepts of pattern making for bootsmeasured on leg should be taken from sizing tables. TOPICS Drawing the outline of sectional patterns

Drawing the outline of sectional patternsprinciples and concepts of pattern making for boots Obtaining design standard for boots Making and modifying

Obtaining design standard for bootsmaking for boots Drawing the outline of sectional patterns Making and modifying the working patterns Maintaining

Making and modifying the working patternsof sectional patterns Obtaining design standard for boots Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples,

Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples, drawings sheets, working progress filesstandard for boots Making and modifying the working patterns CONTENT 1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

CONTENT

1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

1.1. Differences in pattern making of shoes and boots

1.2. Identifying design requirements regarding shape and dimensions

2. Producing the design standard (master pattern) and sectional patterns

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LESSON 4.12. PATTERN MAKING FOR WOMEN HIGH BOOTS UNIT DESCRIPTOR This type of footwear should

LESSON

4.12.

PATTERN MAKING

FOR

WOMEN

HIGH

BOOTS

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This type of footwear should be produced on a last specially designed for a high boot. For designing high boots, we will use the mean forme of the last registered in the reference system. The pattern making for high boots is based both on the mean forme and on a geometrical construction, where some specific dimensions about heights and girths measured on leg should be taken from sizing tables.

TOPICS

Presenting principles and concepts of pattern making for high bootsmeasured on leg should be taken from sizing tables. TOPICS Drawing the outline of sectional patterns

Drawing the outline of sectional patternsprinciples and concepts of pattern making for high boots Obtaining design standard for high boots Making

Obtaining design standard for high bootsfor high boots Drawing the outline of sectional patterns Making and modifying the working patterns Maintaining

Making and modifying the working patternssectional patterns Obtaining design standard for high boots Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples,

Maintaining accurate records, documents, sketches, samples, drawings sheets, working progress filesfor high boots Making and modifying the working patterns CONTENT 1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

CONTENT

1. Preparatory stage for pattern making

1.1. Differences in pattern making between shoes and high boots

1.2. Identifying design requirements regarding shape and dimensions

2. Producing the design standard (master pattern) and sectional patterns

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LESSON 4.13. PRODUCING LINING PATTERNS UNIT DESCRIPTOR This unit presents different ways of making patterns

LESSON 4.13. PRODUCING LINING PATTERNS

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

This unit presents different ways of making patterns of lining for classic types of footwear (Court shoe, Derby shoe, Oxford shoe). At the base of lining pattern making lies the upper’s standard design having only the lasting allowance, without folding or sewing allowances. There are two types: joined linings by seam and free linings. Also, the linings could be from leather or from fabrics.

TOPICS

Presenting the role of liningthe linings could be from leather or from fabrics. TOPICS Producing lining patterns for Court shoe,

Producing lining patterns for Court shoe, and for Derby/ Oxford shoeor from fabrics. TOPICS Presenting the role of lining CONTENT 1. What is the role of

CONTENT

1. What is the role of lining?

2. Lining pattern making for

men’s Derby/ Oxford shoe

3. Lining pattern making for women’s Court shoe

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LESSON COMPONENTS 4.14. UNIT DESCRIPTOR ELEMENTS FOR DESIGNING BOTTOM The basic construction grid for designing

LESSON

COMPONENTS

4.14.

UNIT DESCRIPTOR

ELEMENTS

FOR

DESIGNING

BOTTOM

The basic construction grid for designing bottom components is presented in this unit. Practical exercises demonstrate the principles for designing main components of the bottom.

TOPICS

How to construct a grid for designing bottom componentsfor designing main components of the bottom. TOPICS Designing bottom components: insole, rigid insole backer,

Designing bottom components: insole, rigid insole backer, shank, bottom filling, insole cover, sole.How to construct a grid for designing bottom components CONTENT 1. Basic construction grid for designing

CONTENT

1. Basic construction grid for designing bottom components

2. Insole

3. Rigid insole backer

4. Shank

5. Bottom filling

6. Insole cover

7. Sole

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