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Experiential Leaning Mode Learning:

The Experiential Leaning Mode Learning by doing engages the learner, encouraging him/her to think more, work hard, and
ultimately learn more thoroughly than with traditional teaching methods. Experiential learning is more than just doing activi ties. It
involves discussing the activity, drawing conclusions from the activity, and applying them to the real world. The experiential m odel
and its five steps are used in each activity in this guide as a means to help you gain the most from the learning experiences .
How Experiential Learning Works
Do
1. Experience – Begin with a concrete experience. This can be an individual or group activity that involves “doing something.”
Reflect.
2. Share – Next get the group or individual to talk about what they experienced whe n they were doing the activity. Share
reactions and observations. Talk freely.
Sharing questions:
 What did you do?
 What happened?
 How did you feel to…?
 What was the most difficult? Easiest?
3. Process – Discuss how questions are created by the activity. Processing questions (use information generated from sharing
questions):
 What problems or issues seemed to occur over and over?
 What similar experience(s) have you had?
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Apply
1. Generalize – Find general trends or common lesson in the experience. Identify the important points that apply to the real
world. Generalizing questions:
 What did you learn about yourself through this activity?
 What did you learn about making decisions (or other life skills)?
 How do the major themes or ideas relate to real life and not just the activity?
 How did you go about making your decision?
2. Apply – Talk about how the new information can be applied to every-day life or sometime in the future.
Applying questions:
 How can you apply what you learned to a new situation?
 How will the issues raised by this activity be useful in the future?
 How will you act differently in the future as a result of this activity?

Interactive Demonstration:

An interactive demonstration is a fun way to share what you have learned with others. The key is getting the audience involve d
in doing what they are doing, not just showing them. You can give an interactive demonstration at anywhere a lot of people ga ther.
You can choose almost any topic in the Foods curriculum.
Here are some questions to ask when choosing a topic:

 Is it something that can be done in three to five minutes?


 Is it something other people might like to learn about?
 Is there something hands-on for the audience to do?
 Can the supplies for the hands-on activity be used over and over again, or do they have to be replaced every time?
 Having to replace them adds to the cost.

A demonstration should last about three to five minutes, and you need to be able to do it over and over again with different
people. You should have a conversation with the people you are demonstrating to. The goal is to involve the audience. You can do this
by having audience members do what they are doing, play a game, answer questions, or do a hands-on activity.

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CURRICULUM SALIENT POINTS:

Main Features of the Curriculum:


1. Title of the Course: Diploma Course in Machine/ Hand Embroidery& Beadwork.
2. Duration of the Course: 6-Months.
3. Type of the Course: Full Time Institutional.
4. Entry Qualification: Matric.
5. Total Training Hours: 600-Hours.
6. Training Hours per day: 5-Hours.
7. Training Hours per week: 25 Hours.
8. Training Methodology: 90 % Practical 10 % Theory

Introduction to the Course:


Embroidery is a beautiful thread work on a variety of fabrics, which makes the fabric more attractive. It is an important and
useful method of creating designs on different fabrics, it lend three dimensional effects and can be done on fabrics, garment s, pattern
pieces and stitched garments. Due to wide diversity in our Country, we find a variety in embroidery stitches, colors and moti fs. The
craftsmanship from every Province has its own Excellency, attracting people from all parts of the world. Each Provinc e in the Country
is unique in itself and is reflected in the embroideries of that particular Province. Due to the invasion of modern technolog ical
advancements, traditional hand embroidery is gradually fading out, therefore there is a need to revive the tr adition and inculcate the art
in students. Moreover it is essential to train the students to popularize the traditional embroideries into industrial crafts in order to save
the reminiscent beauty of the past and everlasting art.

TRAINING AIMS & OBJECTIVES:


This course aims at imparting practical skills and theoretical knowledge of different machine and hand embroidery stitches to the
trainees as well as beadwork & introduce the principles of drawing and designing.

The major objectives of this course are:


1. Enable the Trainees to make creative designs in embroidery/ beadwork & prepare dresses by using these embroidery stitches/
beadwork.
2. Capable of identifying new opportunities in craft, textile art and fashion and design markets.
3. Produce trainees capable of designing embroidery by different stitches and beadwork.
4. Explain the Historical Evolution of Embroidery in Pakistan to Identify the Sources and Inspiration behind the Motifs and
Designs used in Embroidery.
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5. To Learn the Art of Designing, Plan Color Schemes and Techniques of Enlarging and Reducing Designs to Fit.
6. Study of Various Threads, Needles and Tools used in Embroidery.
7. Master the Techniques of Making Different Decorative Embroidery Stitches.
8. To Master the Art of Making Different Pakistani Traditional Embroidery Stitches.
9. To become Familiar with Different Schemes & Programs Introduced by the Govt. for Artisans and People Working in Field of
Arts & Crafts.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION OF TEACHERS:


 3-year D.D.M from Polytechnic Institute with 2–Years Teaching Experience.
OR
 F.A plus two year Dress Making Course with optional subject Machine and Hand Embroidery from Technical Training
Institutes plus 2-years experience of Machine Embroidery.
OR
 4-years experience of Machine Embroidery.

EMPLOYABILITY OF PASS OUTS:


The Pass-Outs of this Course may Work in the Following Sectors / Areas and Positions:
1. They can Work at Home for Domestic Purposes as well as Cottage Industry Setting up their own Boutiques and Embroidery
Units.
2. Pass Outs may Join any Garment Industry and with Further Training in Entrepreneurial Skills Work On Order for Designers of
Embroidery Motifs and Designs; As Embroideries in Boutiques and Export Houses or as Supervisors of Embroidery Units.
3. Pass-outs can become Entrepreneurs.
4. Pass-outs can become Teachers in Vocational/ Technical Training Institutes.

After Completion of this Course a Trainee Should Have:


KNOWLEDGE PROFICIENCY DETAILS:
1. Understand and Explain the Parts of the Paddle Machine and Electric Embroidery Machines.
2. Explain Awareness of Embroidery Stitches/ Beadwork and their Application on Different Dresses/ Items.
3. Describe Various Techniques/ Designs of Stitches by using One Embroidery Machine.
4. Understand Methods of Beadwork.
5. Identify Various Color Schemes and their Application in Dress Making.
6. Express the Values and Demands of the Market and Society.

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7. Elaborate the Techniques of Making the Different Stitches with Hand i.e. Traditional Pakistani Stitches Pin Stitch, Chain
Stitch, Fancy Stitches, Long and Short Stitch, Shade Stitch, Sindhi Stitch, Mirror Work etc.
8. Define the Principles of Drawing and Designing.

SKILL PROFICIENCY DETAILS:


1. Use Skills Regarding Operation of Foot, Electric Embroidery Machines.
2. Make Different Hand and Machine Embroidery Stitches/ Beadwork.
3. Develop the Ability to Create Creative Designs in Embroidery/ Beadwork.
4. Carry out Various Embroidery Design/ Stitches to Prepare Dresses/ other Products.
5. Prepare Beadwork.
6. Deal with Market Stakeholders, Materials and Machines.
7. Handle Sophisticated Tools and Instruments.
8. Be Able to Create Artistic Designs Using the Principles of Art.
9. Become Familiar with Different Types of Decorative Designs and Master the Art of Transferring Motifs to Fabric using
Different Techniques.
10. Make Color Wheels and Prepare Shades and Tints of the Three Primary Colors.
11. Use the Color Wheel to Prepare Various Color Schemes and Appreciate the Significance of Colors in our Daily Life.
12. Learn the Various Equipment and Materials used for Embroidery and Relate Threads and Fabric to Needle Size Used.
13. Master the Techniques of Making Basic Embroidery and Traditional Pakistani Embroidery Stitches.
14. Cost Analysis and Embroidered Articles/ Garments and Calculation of Sale Prices.
15. Be a Successful Entrepreneur in the Embroidery Business.

DETAILS OF COURSE CONTENTS


# Main Subject Topic Sub Topic
A: Introduction:
1 Introduction to Instructors/ Students/ Course.
2 Ethics & Discipline at Work.
B: Safety:
3 Safety Precautions in the Workplace.
4 Fire Fighting. Mock Drill for Fire Fighting.
5 First Aid.
C: General:

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6 Introduction of Embroidery Indus Valley Civilization. Give
Reference to Decoration on
Garments.
Use of Embroidery on State
Regalia like Curtain, Cushions,
Wall Hangings, State Robes and
Throne Canopies.
The Patronage of the Mughals
and the East India Company in
the Growth & Development of
Embroidery as a Craft.
Sources of and Inspirations for
Motifs and Designs Nature,
Jewelry, Painting & etc.
Centers for Embroidery & the
Development of Traditional
Embroidery of Each Province of
the Country.
7 Principles of Art: Study Of Harmony, Balance,
Repetition, Rhythm Proportion
& Emphasis.
8 Placement Of Design Alive
Vertical, Horizontal, Diagonal,
Half Drop, Bride Placement etc.
9 Kind of Designs: Naturalistic.
Conservative.
Decorative.
Abstract.
10 Understanding and Using Colors. Classification Like Primary,
Secondary & Tertiary Colors.
11 Characteristics Like Hue, Value & Intensity. Type Like Cool/Warn,
Advancing/Recoding.

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Color Harmonies/Schemes –
Monochromatic Complimentary,
Analogous etc.
Factors Affecting Choice of Use
of Color.
12 Elements of Art Study of Live, Form, Texture,
Color, Pattern, Light and Space
13 Drawing & Tracing. Importance of Drawing and
Tracing.
How to Make a Trace.
Method of Tracing on Different
Materials.
Fixing of Cloth in Frame.
14 Color Scheme & Quality of Threads in Embroidery. Mixing of Color in Embroidery.
To Create Aesthetic Mix of
Color Texture and Design.
Use of Different Quality of
Threads According to Material.
Proper Finishing.
15 Study of Embroidery, Tools and Equipment. Kinds of Needles & Threads.
16 Designing of Dresses for Different Occasions/ Casual Wear.
Innovation/ New Trends and Techniques. Party Wear.
Bridal Wear.
D: Machine Embroidery:
17 Types of Machines, their Parts, Operation & Types of Foot Machines.
Maintenance. Part of Machine its Operation and Maintenance.
Defects of Machines and Remedies.
18 Making of Different Stitches. The Background of Stitches.
Study of Traditional Embroideries of Phulkari of Punjab and
Hazara, Kashida & Zardozi of Kashimir & Chikankari.
Stitch Fir, Stem.

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Chain, Satin, Pin Stitch.
Pansy Stitch, Rummies Stitch, Appliqué, Long and Short, Darkish.
Velvet Stitch, Chine Stitch, Shade Stitch, Quilting,
Making of Different Stitches on Cut Work, Eye let.
19 Projects. Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Stitches.
Making Wall Hanging.
Making Bed Sheets.
E: Hand Embroidery:
19 Introduction of Hand Embroidery. Importance and Use of Hand Embroidery.
Principles of Hand Embroidery.
16 Making of Different Stitches. Describe the Background of Stitches.
Stem Stitch, Lazy Daisy, Long and Short Stitch, Cross Stitch (Single
& Double), Chain.
Stitch, Shade Work, Shadow Stitch, Appliqué Work, Round Stitch.
Rose Stitch, Button hole, Fancy Stitch, Satin Stitch.
Spider Stitch, Knot Stitch, Pin Stitch.
Sindhi Stitch, Bead Stitch, Mirror Work, Bead Work. , Cut Work,
Quilting, Knot Stitch, Moti Tanka, Mukaish, Tarkashi, Reli Work.
17 Projects: Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Combination of
Stitches.
Shirt & Dupatta.
Wall Hangings.
Bed Sheets.
F: Beadwork:
18 Beadwork. Importance and Use of Beadwork.
Principles of Beadwork.
Tools.
Nazar Band.
Amel.
Kullah Dozi.
Chevron.
Materials.
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Warp.
Woven Base.
Clasp.
Beaded Clasp.
Buttons.
Loops.
19 Weaving a Strap.
20 Edge Stitch.
21 Tapestry.
22 Fringe.
23 Hem.
24 Embellishment.
G: Administration:
25 Administration: Direct Cost (Machinery, Material, etc.).
Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market Demand.
Importance of Packing & Packaging.
Different kind of Packing.
Registration.
Business Plan.
Accounting.

Machine/ Hand Embroidery & Beadwork Practical’s:


# Machine/ Hand Embroidery & Beadwork Practicals: Sub Topic Sub Topic
A Machine Embroidery.
1 Projects:
a Making of Different Hand
i Embroidery Stitches Stem Stitch.
ii Lazy Daisy.
iii Long and Short Stitch.
iv Cross Stitch (Single &
Double).
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v Chain.
vi Satin.
vii Pin Stitch.
viii Pansy Stitch.
ix Rummies Stitch.
x Appliqué.
xi Long and Short,
xii Darkish.
xiii Velvet Stitch.
xiv Chine Stitch
xv Shade Stitch.
xvi Quilting.
xvii Cut Work.
2 Use of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches.
a Making Dresses According to Fashion
b Bed Sheets.
c Wall Hangings.
B Hand Embroidery.
3 Projects:
a Making of Different Hand
i Embroidery Stitches. Stem Stitch.
ii Lazy Daisy.
iii Long and Short Stitch.
iv Cross Stitch (Single &
Double).
v Chain Stitch.
vi Shade Work.
vii Shadow Stitch.
viii Appliqué Work.
ix Round Stitch.
x Rose Stitch.
xi Button Hole.
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xii Fancy Stitch.
xiii Satin Stitch.
xiv Spider Stitch.
xv Knot Stitch.
xvi Pin Stitch.
xvii Sindhi Stitch.
xviii Mirror Work.
xix Cut work.
xx Quilting.
xxi Knot Stitch.
xxii Moti Tanka.
xxiii Mukaish.
xxiv Tarkashi.
4 Use of Combination of Hand Embroidery Stitches. Making Dresses According to Fashion
a Shirt & Dupatta
b Wall Hangings
c Bed Sheets
C Beadwork.
5 Projects:
a Types of Beadwork Finished Items:
i Nazar Band.
ii Amel.
iii Kullah Dozi.
iv Wall Hangings.
v Piece Work.
B Types of Beadwork Constituent Items:
i Chevron.
ii Warp.
iii Woven Base.
iv Clasp.
aa Beaded Clasp.
v Buttons.
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vi Loops.
vii Weaving a Strap.
bb Edge Stitch.
viii Tapestry
cc Fringe.
ix Hem.
x Embellishment.
D Administration:
6 Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market Demand.
7 Importance of Packing & Packaging.
8 Different kind of Packing.
9 Registration
10 Business Plan
11 Accounting

SCHEME OF STUDIES:
Machine/ Hand Embroidery & Beadwork:
Module# Module Title: Theory Practical Total
Hours Hours Hours
1 Module 1: 10 Hrs 10 Hrs
Introduction & Course Outline, Discipline & Ethics
at Work.
2 Module 2: 03 Hrs 12 Hrs 15 Hrs
Safety Precautions; Fire Fighting; Mock Drill for Fire
Fighting; First Aid.
3 Module 3: 09 Hrs 26 Hrs 35 Hrs
General
4 Module 4: 12 Hrs 158 Hrs 170 Hrs
Machine Embroidery
5 Module 5: 10 Hrs 215 Hrs 225 Hrs
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Hand Embroidery
6 Module 6: 04 Hrs 91 Hrs 95 Hrs
Beadwork
7 Module 7: 12 Hrs 38 Hrs 45 Hrs
Administration
Grand Total: 60 Hrs 540 Hrs 600 Hrs
Percentage 10% 90% 100%

Targeted Project/Life Skills:


1. Able to Differentiate between Casual; Party and Bridal Wear and their Various Types According to Fashion.
2. Able to Explain the Importance and Use as well as Principles of Machine Embroidery.
3. Proficient in Identifying the Different Types of Machines, their Parts and Maintenance.
4. Operation and Maintenance of Foot Machines.
5. Able to Identify Defects of Machines and their Remedies.
6. Able to Explain the Background of Various Machine Stitches.
7. Able to Make Fir; Stem; Chain; Satin; Pin; Pansy; Rummies; Appliqué; Long, Short and Darkish; Velvet; Chine; Shade;
Quilting; Cut Work and Eyelet Stitches as well as Traditional Pakistani Stitches on their M achines
8. Able to Make Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches.
9. Able to Make Embroidered Wall Hangings.
10. Able to Make Embroidered Bed Sheets.
11. Able to Explain the Background of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
12. Able to Explain the Importance and Use of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
13. Able to Explain the Principles of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
14. Able to Hand Embroider Stem; Lazy Daisy; Long & Short; Cross (Single & Double); Chain; Shade Work; Shadow; Appliqué
Work; Round Rose; Button Hole; Fancy; Satin; Spider; Knot; Pin; Sindhi; Mirror Work; Cut Work; Quilting; Knot; Tanka;
Mukaish and Tarkashi stitches.
15. Able to Make Hand Embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
16. Able to Make Hand Embroidered Wall Hanging.
17. Able to Make Hand Embroidered Bed Sheets.
18. Able to Explain the Importance; Principles of and Tools used in Beadwork.
19. Able to Make Nazar Band Work.
20. Able to Make Amel Work.
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21. Able Perform Kullah Dozi.
22. Able to Make Beadwork Chevrons.
23. Knowledge of Materials used in Beadwork.
24. Able to Make Beadwork Warps.
25. Able to Make Woven Beadwork Bases.
26. Able to Make Clasps.
27. Able to Make Beaded Clasps.
28. Able to Make Beadwork Buttons.
29. Able to Make Beadwork Loops.
30. Able to Weave Beadwork Straps.
31. Able to Make Beadwork Edge Stitches.
32. Able to Make Beadwork Tapestries.
33. Able to Make Beadwork Fringes.
34. Able to Make Beadwork Hems.
35. Able to Make Beadwork Embellishments.
36. Ability to Make Beadwork Embellishments.
37. Ability to Make Beadwork Wall Hangings.
38. Able to Make Beadwork Piece Work.
39. Able to Undertake Different Kinds of Packing.
40. Through Knowledge of Registration Procedures.
41. Able to Make a Business Plan.
42. Able to Carry out Simple Accounting.
43. Able to Understand Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
44. Able to Understand Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
45. Able to Finish Embroidery Work on Market Demand.
46. Able to Perform Proper Pacing and Packaging.

Overall Objectives of the Course:


1. To Enable the Students to Achieve Aesthetic Sense in Color Mixing.
2. To Enable the Students to use Different Quality of Threads According to the Material.
3. To Enable the Students to Carry Out Proper Finishing of their Products.
4. To Perfect Drawing & Tracing.
5. To Understand Color Scheme & Quality of Threads in Embroidery.
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6. To Enable the Students to Achieve Aesthetic Sense in Color Mixing.
7. To Enable the Students to Use Different Quality of Threads According to the Material.
8. To Enable the Students to Carry Out Proper Finishing of Their Products.
9. To Teach Designing of Dresses for Different Occasions/ Innovation/ New Trends and Techniques.
10. To Introduce and Define the Principles of Machine Embroidery.
11. To Assure that the Students are Able to Differentiate between Casual; Party and Bridal Wear and their Various Types According
to Fashion.
12. To Gauge the Students Learning about the Importance and Use as well as Principles of Machine Embroidery.
13. To Insure that the Students are Proficient in Identifying the Different Types of Machines, their Parts and Maintenance.
14. To check the Students Learning about Foot Machines, their Operation and Maintenance.
15. To Teach the Ability to Identify Defects of Machines and their Remedies.
16. To Introduce the Background of Various Stitches.
17. To Instill Ability to Make Fir; Stem; Chain; Satin; Pin; Pansy; Rummies; Appliqué; Long & Short; Darkish; Velvet; Chine;
Shade; Quilting; Cut Work Eyelet stitches on their Machines.
18. To be Able to Make Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches.
19. To Enable the Students to Make Machine Embroidered Wall Hangings.
20. To Enable the Students to Make Machine Embroidered Bed Sheets.
21. To Explain the Background of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
22. To Teach the Importance and Use of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
23. To Teach the Principles of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
24. To Instill Ability to Make Stem; Long & Short; Cross (Single & Double); Chain; Shade; Shadow; Appliqué Work; Round; Rose;
Button Hole; Fancy; Satin; Spider; Knot; Pin; Sindhi; Mirror Work; Cut Work; Quilting; Knot; Moti Tanka; Mukaish; Tarkashi
Stitches/ Work.
25. To be Able to Make Dresses According to Fashion by Using Combination of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
26. To Instill Ability to make Hand Embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
27. To Instill Ability to Make Hand Embroidered Wall Hangings.
28. To Instill Ability To Make Hand Embroidered Bed Sheets.
29. To Teach the Importance and Principles of Beadwork.
30. To Introduce Tools used in Beadwork.
31. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork Nazar Band Work; Amel Work; Kullah Dozi; Chevrons
32. To Impart Knowledge about Materials used in Beadwork.
33. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork: Warps; Woven Bases; Clasps; Beaded Clasps; Buttons and Loops;
34. To Instill Ability to Weave Beadwork Straps.
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35. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork Edge Stitches.
36. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork Tapestries.
37. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork Fringes.
38. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork Hems.
39. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork Embellishments.
40. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork Wall Hangings.
41. To Instill Ability to Make Beadwork Piece Work.
42. To Teach Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
43. To Teach Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
44. To Teach Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market Demand.
45. To Explain the Importance of Packing & Packaging.
46. To Teach the Students About Registration.
47. To Teach the Students to be Able to Make a Business Plan.
48. To Teach Simple Accounting.

The Curriculum includes Seven Teaching Modules on the Following Topics:


Machine/ Hand Embroidery & Beadwork :

MODULE ITEM
#
1 Introduction to Instructors/ Students/ Course, Discipline & Ethics at Work.
2 Safety Precautions; Fire Fighting; Mock Drill for Fire Fighting; First Aid.
3 Drawing & Tracing.
Importance of Drawing and Tracing.
How to Make a Trace.
Method of Tracing on Different Materials.
Fixing of Cloth in Frame.
Color Scheme & Quality of Threads in Embroidery.
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Mixing of Color in Machine Embroidery.
To Create Aesthetic Mix of Color Texture and Design.
Use of Different Quality of Threads According to Material.
Proper Finishing.
Designing of Dresses for Different Occasions/ Innovation/ New Trends and Techniques.
Casual Wear, Party Wear.
Bridal Wear.
4 Machine Embroidery.
Introduction & Principles of Machine Embroidery.
Projects:
Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches:
Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches
Making Wall Hanging.
Making Bed Sheets.
5 Hand Embroidery.
Introduction.
Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches:
Projects:
Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Combination of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
Shirt & Dupatta.
Wall Hangings.
Bed Sheets.
6 Beadwork.
Importance and Use of Beadwork.
Principles of Beadwork.
Tools.
Nazar Band; Amel; Kullah Dozi; Chevron.
Materials.
Warp; Woven Base; Clasp; Beaded Clasp; Buttons; Loops; Weaving a Strap; Edge Stitch;
Tapestry; Fringe; Hem; Embellishment.
Projects:
Wall Hangings.
Piece Work.
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7 Administration:
Direct Cost (Machinery, Material, etc).
Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market Demand.
Importance of Packing & Packaging.
Different Kinds of Packing.
Registration.
Business Plan.
Accounting.

Machinery and Equipment List:

No. Equipment / Tools Quantity


1 Foot Machines 25
2 Puff Goda Machine 25
3 Design Books 10
4 Tracer 2
5 Tables (3’x2’) 25
6 Chairs without arms. 25
7 Teacher Chair 1
8 Teacher Table 1
9 Showcase 1
10 Display stand 2
11 Hangers 12
12 White Craft Glue 10
13 Appliqué Scissors 5
14 Normal Scissors 10
15 Hand Embroidery Ring/Frames 25
16 Machine Embroidery Ring/Frames 25
17 Embroidery Thread As required
18 Beads Assorted Colors/ As Required
19 Hand Needles 30
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20 Machine Needles 30
21 Perforated Paper As required
22 Cloth As required

# ITEM Quantity
1 Class room
 Instructor Chair & Table. 01
 Dual Desk. 13
2 Workshop/Lab.
 Suitable Work tables. 08
 Stools. 25
 Discussion Table. 01
3 Tool Cabinet. 01
4 Trainees Locker with Space for Books/ Preserves. 01
5 First Aid Box. 01
6 Book Shelf (glass panel). 01
7 Storage Rack. 01

Each lesson is designed to take approximately 5 hours and is divided into two main sections: The first classroom section is
devoted to learning theory, as required. The second section consists of hands-on activities where participants have the opportunity to
practice what they learned.
Guideline to follow for Practical’s workshop is to allow: a. approximately 1.5 to 2 hours for the first part of the educational
component and supplemental activities; b. 2.5 to 3 hours for the hands-on portion; and c. 30 minutes for questions, clean up and
review.

The Curriculum combines the delivery of new information with practical opportunities to apply the knowledge.

Activities Introduction

Activity

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Have each participant introduce themselves and relate their experiences with embroidery and why they are interested in taking
the class. Regardless of experience levels of participants, reassure everyone that this class is appropriate for all levels.

Instructional Procedures:

The students will participate in a Pre-assessment to determine their current knowledge about embroidery and beadwork by
interviewing at least five students in class concerning these subjects using the questions. Discuss the findings of the interviews as a
class.

Intended Learning Outcomes:

If students can embroider and carry out beadwork utilizing a variety of methods and design principles, they will be better
prepared to create marketable items.

Caution:

It is essential that you wear flat shoes with a closed toe – this is for your safety and comfort, we will be on our feet most of the
time.

DETAIL OF COURSE CONTENTS

Lesson Theory Practical


Month Week Module Description
# Hours Hours
1 5 1 Introduction to Instructors/ Students/ Course.
2 5 Discipline & Ethics at Work.
1st wk 3 1 4 2 Safety Precautions.
4 1 4 Fire Fighting. Mock Drill for Fire Fighting.
1st 5 1 4 First Aid.
Month
3 Drawing & Tracing.
2nd 6 1 4 Importance of Drawing and Tracing.
wk How to Make a Trace.
7 5 Method of Tracing on Different Materials.
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Fixing of Cloth in Frame.
Color Scheme & Quality of Threads in Embroidery.
8 3 2 Mixing of Color in Embroidery.
To Create Aesthetic Mix of Color Texture and Design.
Use of Different Quality of Threads According to Material.
9 5 Proper Finishing.
10 1 4 In-House TEST.
Designing of Dresses for Different Occasions/ Innovation/ New Trends and Techniques.
11 2 3 Casual Wear, Party Wear.
12 2 3 Bridal Wear.
4 Introduction & Principles of Machine Embroidery.
3rd 13 3 2 Importance and Use of Machine Embroidery.
wk Principles of Machine Embroidery.
14 1 4 Types of Machines, their Parts, Operation & Maintenance.
Types of Foot Machines.
Parts of Machines, Operation and Maintenance.
15 1 4 In-House TEST.
16 5 Defects of Machines and Remedies.
17 1 4 The Background of Stitches.
Projects: Machine Embroidery.
4th wk
18 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches I: Fir.
19 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches II: Stem.
20 1 4 In-House TEST.
21 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches III: Chain.
22 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches IV: Satin.
1st wk 23 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches V: Pin.
2nd
24 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches VI: Pansy.
Month
25 1 4 In-House TEST.
2nd 26 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches VII: Rummies.
wk 27 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches VIII: Appliqué.

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28 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches IX: Long and
Short, Darkish.
29 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches X: Velvet.
30 1 4 In-House TEST.
31 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches XI: Chine.
32 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches XV: Shade.
3rd wk 33 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches XII: Quilting.
34 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches XIII: Cut Work.
35 1 4 In-House TEST.
36 5 Making of Different Machine Embroidery Stitches IVX: Eyelet.
37 5 Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine
Embroidery Stitches I.
38 5 Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine
4th wk Embroidery Stitches II.
39 5 Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine
Embroidery Stitches III.
40 1 4 In-House TEST.
41 5 Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine
Embroidery Stitches IV.
42 5 Making Wall Hanging I.
1st wk
43 5 Making Wall Hanging II.
44 5 Making Bed Sheets I.
45 1 4 In-House TEST.
3rd
46 5 Making Bed Sheets II.
Month
5 Introduction of Hand Embroidery.
2nd 47 5 The Background of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
wk 48 5 Importance and Use of Hand Embroidery.
49 5 Principles of Hand Embroidery.
50 2 3 In-House TEST.
Projects: Hand Embroidery.

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51 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches I: Stem.
52 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches I: Lazy Daisy.
53 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches I: Long and Short.
3rd wk
54 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches I: Cross Stitch
(Single & Double).
55 1 4 In-House TEST.
56 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches II: Chain.
57 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches II: Shade Work.
58 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches II: Shadow.
4th wk
59 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches III: Appliqué
Work.
60 1 4 In-House TEST.
61 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches III: Round.
62 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches III: Rose.
1st wk 63 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches IV: Button.
64 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches IV: Fancy Stitch.
65 1 4 In-House TEST.
66 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches IV: Satin.
67 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches V: Spider.
2nd
4th wk 68 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches V: Knot.
Month 69 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches V: Pin.
70 1 4 In-House TEST.
71 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches VI: Sindhi.
72 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches VI: Mirror Work.
3rd wk 73 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches VII. Cut work.
74 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches VIII. Quilting.
75 1 4 In-House TEST.
76 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches VIII. Knot.
4th wk
77 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches VIII. Moti Tanka.

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78 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches IX. Mukaish.
79 5 Making of Different Hand Embroidery Stitches IX. Tarkashi.
80 1 4 In-House TEST.
Making Dresses According to Fashion by Using Combination of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
81 5 Shirt & Dupatta I.
82 5 Shirt & Dupatta II.
83 5 Shirt & Dupatta III.
84 5 Wall Hangings I.
85 1 4 In-House TEST.
86 5 Wall Hangings II.
87 5 Wall Hangings III.
2nd
88 5 Bed Sheets I.
wk
89 5 Bed Sheets II.
90 1 4 In-House TEST.
91 5 Bed Sheets III.
6 Beadwork.
92 5 Importance and Use of Beadwork.
Principles of Beadwork.
3rd wk Tools.
Projects: Beadwork.
93 5 Nazar Band.
94 5 Amel.
95 1 4 In-House TEST.
96 5 Kullah Dozi.
97 5 Chevron.
98 5 Materials.
Warp.
4th wk
Woven Base.
Clasp.
99 5 Beaded Clasp.
Buttons.
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Loops.
Weaving a Strap.
Edge Stitch.
100 1 4 In-House TEST.
101 5 Tapestry I.
102 5 Tapestry II.
103 5 Tapestry III.
1st wk Fringe.
Hem.
104 5 Embellishment I.
105 1 4 In-House TEST.
106 5 Embellishment II.
107 5 Wall Hangings.
2nd
108 5 Piece Work I.
wk
109 5 Piece Work II.
6th 110 1 4 In-House TEST.
Month
Administration:
111 5 7 Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
112 5 Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
3rd wk 113 5 Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market Demand.
114 5 Importance of Packing & Packaging.
115 1 4 In-House TEST.
116 5 Different Kinds of Packing.
117 3 2 Registration.
4th wk 118 2 3 Business Plan.
119 4 1 Accounting.
120 2 3 Certification TEST.
Diploma Award.
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Program Overview–1 Year Curriculum for Machine/ Hand Embroidery&
Beadwork:
Theory Workplace
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Week Module Title and Aim Learning Units


Days/hours Days/hours
Module 1:
Introduction/ Outline: LU 1- Introduction & Course Outline. 5
Aim:
 To introduce Students and Staff. 
 To make the Class aware about the
entire Course.
Discipline & Ethics at Work. LU 2- Discipline & Ethics at Work. 1 4
Aim:
 To discuss and develop Work Ethics. 
 To explain the Purpose and Scope of
Good Manufacturing Practices. 
Total Hrs 06 Hrs 04 Hours
1 Module 2:
Safety Precautions. LU 3- Safety Precautions. 1 4
Aim: Accident Prevention & Action for Emergencies.
1. To demonstrate awareness of the 1. Accidents defined.
principles of safety practices in the
workplace in order to enable students to
follow health & safety procedures.
2. To enable students to identify 2. The cause of accidents (human hazards &
hazards, emergencies and accidents at environmental hazards).
workplace. 3. Respond to Emergencies.
4. Preventing cuts & lacerations.
5. Preventing burns.
6. Preventing falls & other common injuries.
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7. Procedure for bomb scares.

Fire Fighting. LU 4- Fire Fighting. 1 4


Aim: 1. Mock Drill for Fire Fighting.
3. To enable students deal with first aid 2. Safe Lifting & Carrying techniques.
and fire fighting.
First Aid. LU 5- First Aid. 1 3
Aim: 1. First aid in emergencies (choking & heart
attack).
4. To enable students to attend to First 2. Cuts & Lacerations Treatment.
Aid Emergencies as First Responders.
3. Burns Treatment.
Total Hours: 03 Hrs 11 Hrs
Module 3:
Drawing & Tracing. LU 6- Importance of Drawing and Tracing. 1 4
Aim: How to Make a Trace.
5. To enable the students to become LU 7- Method of Tracing on Different Materials. 5
proficient in Drawing & Tracing.
Fixing of Cloth in Frame.
Color Scheme & Quality of LU 8- Mixing of Color in Embroidery. 3 2
Threads in Embroidery.
2 Aim:  To Create Aesthetic Mix of Color Texture and
Design.
 Achievement of aesthetic sense in  Use of Different Quality of Threads
color mixing. According to Material.
 Use different quality of threads
according to the material.
 Carry out proper finishing of their LU 9- Proper Finishing. 5
products.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 10- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4

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 To enable the students to achieve
aesthetic sense in color mixing.
 To enable the students to use
different quality of threads according to the
material.
To enable the students to carry out proper
finishing of their products.
Designing of Dresses for Different LU 11- Casual Wear, Party Wear. 2 3
Occasions/ Innovation/ New
Trends and Techniques.
Aim: To enable the students to LU 12- Bridal Wear. 2 3
differentiate between Casual; Party and
Bridal Wear and their various types
according to fashion.
Total Hours: 09 Hrs 26 Hrs
Module 4:
Introduction & Principles of LU 13- 3 2
Machine Embroidery.
3 Aim: 1. Importance and Use of Machine Embroidery.
 To enable the students to learn about 2. Principles of Machine Embroidery.
the Importance and Use as well as
Principles of Machine Embroidery.
Aim: LU 14- 1 4
1. To enable the students to become 1. Types of Machines, their Parts, Operation &
proficient in identifying the different Maintenance.
types of machines, their parts and
maintenance.
2. To enable the students to learn about 2. Types of Foot Machines.
Foot Machines, their operation and 3. Parts of Machines, Operation and
maintenance. Maintenance.

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Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 15- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 To assure that the students are able to
differentiate between Casual; Party
and Bridal Wear and their various
types according to fashion.
 To gauge the students learning about
the Importance and Use as well as
Principles of Machine Embroidery.
 To insure that the students are
proficient in identifying the different
types of machines, their parts and
maintenance.
 To check the students learning about
Foot Machines, their operation and
maintenance.
Aim: To enable the students to identify LU 16- Defects of Machines and Remedies. 5
defects of machines and their remedies.
Aim: To teach the students about the LU 17- The Background of Stitches. 1 4
background of various stitches.

Projects: LU 18- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5


Stitches I: Fir.
Aim: To enable the students to make Fir
4 stitches on their Machines.
Aim: To enable the students to make Stem LU 19- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
stitches on their Machines. Stitches II: Stem.

Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 20- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4


 Ability to identify defects of
machines and their remedies.
 Background of various stitches.

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 Ability to make Fir & Stem stitches
on their Machines.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 21- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Chain stitches on their Machines. Stitches III: Chain.

Aim: To enable the students to make Satin LU 22- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
stitches on their Machines. Stitches IV: Satin.

Aim: To enable the students to make Pin LU 23- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
5 stitches on their Machines. Stitches V: Pin Stitch.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 24- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Pansy stitches on their Machines. Stitches VI: Pansy Stitch.

Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 25- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4


Ability to make Chain; Satin; Pin and
Pansy stitches on their Machines.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 26- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Rummies stitches on their Machines. Stitches VII: Rummies Stitch.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 27- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Appliqué stitches on their Machines. Stitches VIII: Appliqué.

Aim: To enable the students to make LU 28- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Long, Short and Darkish stitches on their Stitches IX: Long and Short, Darkish.
6 Machines.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 29- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Velvet stitches on their Machines. Stitches X: Velvet Stitch.

Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 30- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4


Ability to make Rummies; Appliqué; Long
& Short; Darkish and Velvet stitches on
their Machines.

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Aim: To enable the students to make LU 31- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Chine stitches on their Machines. Stitches XI: Chine Stitch.

Aim: To enable the students to make LU 32- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Shade stitches on their Machines. Stitches XV: Shade Stitch.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 33- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
7 Quilting stitches on their Machines. Stitches XII: Quilting.

Aim: To enable the students to make Cut LU 34- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Work stitches on their Machines. Stitches XIII: Cut Work.

Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 35- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4


Ability to make Chine; Shade; Quilting and
Cut Work stitches on their Machines.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 36- Making of Different Machine Embroidery 5
Eyelet stitches on their Machines. Stitches IVX: Eyelet.

Aim: To enable the students to make LU 37- Making Dresses According to Fashion by 5
Dresses According to Fashion by Using Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches I.
Different Machine Embroidery Stitches.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 38- Making Dresses According to Fashion by 5
Dresses According to Fashion by Using Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches II.
8 Different Machine Embroidery Stitches.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 39- Making Dresses According to Fashion by 5
Dresses According to Fashion by Using Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches III.
Different Machine Embroidery Stitches.
Aim: LU 40- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Ability to make Eyelet stitches on
their Machines.

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 Making of Dresses According to
Fashion by Using Different Machine
Embroidery Stitches.
Aim: Making Dresses According to LU 41- Making Dresses According to Fashion by 5
Fashion by Using Different Machine Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches IV.
Embroidery Stitches.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 42- Making Wall Hanging I. 5
embroidered Wall Hangings.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 43- Making Wall Hanging II. 5
embroidered Wall Hangings.
Aim: To enable the students to make Bed LU 44- Making Bed Sheets I. 5
9 Sheets.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 45- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Making Dresses According to
Fashion by Using Different Machine
Embroidery Stitches.
 To enable the students to make
embroidered Wall Hangings.
 To enable the students to make
embroidered Bed Sheets.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 46- Making Bed Sheets II. 5
embroidered Bed Sheets.
Total Hours: 12 Hrs 158 Hrs
10 Module 5:
Aim: To teach the students the LU 47- The Background of Hand Embroidery 5
background of Hand Embroidery Stitches. Stitches.

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Aim: To teach the students the importance LU 48- Importance and Use of Hand Embroidery. 5
and use of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
Aim: To teach the students the Principles LU 49- Principles of Hand Embroidery. 5
of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 50- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 2 3
 Background of Hand Embroidery
Stitches.
 Importance and Use of Hand
Embroidery Stitches.
 Principles of Hand Embroidery
Stitches.
Projects: Hand Embroidery. LU 51- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Stitches I: Stem Stitch.
Aim: To enable the students to make Stem
stitches on their Machines.
Aim: To enable the students to make Lazy LU 52- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Daisy stitches. Stitches II: Lazy Daisy.

Aim: To enable the students to make LU 53- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Long & Short stitches. Stitches III: Long and Short Stitch.
11 Aim: To enable the students to make LU 54- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Cross (Single & Double) stitches. Stitches IV: Cross Stitch (Single & Double).

Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 55- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 3


 Ability to make Stem Stitches.
 Ability to make Long & Short
Stitches.
 Ability to make Cross Stitch (Single
& Double).

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Aim: To enable the students to make LU 56-Making of Different Hand Embroidery 1 4
Cross stitches. Stitches V: Chain Stitch.

Aim: To enable the students to make LU 57- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Shade Work. Stitches VI: Shade Work.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 58- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Shadow stitches. Stitches VII: Shadow Stitch.

12 Aim: To enable the students to make LU 59- Making of Different Hand Embroidery
Stitches VIII: Appliqué Work.
5
Appliqué Work.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 60- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 3
 Ability to make Chain Stitches.
 Ability to make Shade Work.
 Ability to make Shadow Stitches.
 Ability to make Appliqué Work.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 61- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Round stitches. Stitches IX: Round Stitch.
Aim: To enable the students to make Rose LU 62- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
stitches. Stitches X: Rose Stitch.

Aim: To enable the students to make LU 63- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Button Hole stitches. Stitches XI: Button Hole.

13 Aim: To enable the students to make LU 64- Making of Different Hand Embroidery
Stitches XII: Fancy Stitch.
5
Fancy stitches.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 65- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Ability to make Round Stitches.
 Ability to make Rose Stitches.
 Ability to make Button Hole
Stitches.

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 Ability to make Fancy Stitches.
Aim: To enable the students to make Satin LU 66- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
stitches. Stitches XIII: Satin Stitch.

Aim: To enable the students to make LU 67- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Spider stitches. Stitches XIV: Spider Stitch.

Aim: To enable the students to make Knot LU 68- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
stitches. Stitches XV: Knot Stitch.

14 Aim: To enable the students to make Pin LU 69- Making of Different Hand Embroidery
Stitches XVI: Pin Stitch.
5
stitches.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 70- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Ability to make Satin Stitches.
 Ability to make Spider Stitches.
 Ability to make Knot Stitches.
 Ability to make Pin Stitches.
 Aim: Ability to make Sindhi LU 71-Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Stitches. Stitches XVII: Sindhi Stitch.
 Aim: Ability to make Mirror Work. LU 72- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Stitches XVIII: Mirror Work.
 Aim: Ability to make Cut Work. LU 73- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Stitches XIX. Cut Work.
15  Aim: Ability to make Quilting
Stitches.
LU 74- Making of Different Hand Embroidery
Stitches XX. Quilting.
4

Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 75- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 3


 Ability to make Sindhi Stitches.
 Ability to make Mirror Work.
 Ability to make Cut Work Stitches.
 Ability to make Quilting Stitches.

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Aim: Ability to make Knot Stitches. LU 76- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Stitches XXI. Knot Stitch.
Aim: Ability to make Moti Tanka LU 77- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Stitches. Stitches XXII. Moti Tanka.
Aim: Ability to make Mukaish Stitches. LU 78- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
Stitches XXIII. Mukaish.
Aim: Ability to make Tarkashi Stitches. LU 79- Making of Different Hand Embroidery 5
16 Stitches XXIV. Tarkashi.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 80- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Ability to make Knot Stitches.
 Ability to make Moti Tanka
Stitches.
 Ability to make Mukaish Stitches.
 Ability to make Tarkashi Stitches.
Making Dresses According to LU 81- Shirt & Dupatta I. 5
Fashion by Using Combination of
Hand Embroidery Stitches.
Aim: To enable the students to make hand
embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
Aim: To enable the students to make hand LU 82- Shirt & Dupatta II. 5
17 embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
Aim: To enable the students to make hand LU 83- Shirt & Dupatta III. 5
embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
Aim: To enable the students to make hand LU 84- Wall Hangings I. 5
embroidered Wall Hanging.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 85- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4

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 Ability to make hand embroidered
Shirts & Dupattas.
 Ability to make hand embroidered
Wall Hangings.
Aim: To enable the students to make hand LU 86- Wall Hangings II. 5
embroidered Wall Hanging.
Aim: To enable the students to make hand LU 87- Wall Hangings III. 5
embroidered Wall Hanging.
Aim: To enable the students to make hand LU 88- Bed Sheets I. 5
embroidered Wall Hanging.
18 Aim: To enable the students to make hand LU 89- Bed Sheets II. 5
embroidered Wall Hanging.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 90- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Ability to make hand embroidered
Wall Hangings.
 Ability to make hand embroidered
Bed Sheets.
Aim: To enable the students to make hand LU 91- Bed Sheets III. 5
embroidered Bed Sheets.
Total Hours 11 Hrs 210 Hrs
Module 6:
19 Beadwork. LU 92- 5
Aim:  Importance and Use of Beadwork.
 To enable the students to learn about  Principles of Beadwork.
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 To enable the students to learn about  Tools.
the Principles of Beadwork.
 To enable the students to learn about
the Tools used in Beadwork.
Projects: Beadwork. LU 93- Nazar Band. 5

Aim: To enable the students to make


Nazar Band Work.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 94- Amel. 5
Amel Work.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 95- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Importance of Beadwork.
 Principles of Beadwork.
 Tools used in Beadwork.
 Ability to make Nazar Band Work.
 Ability to make Amel Work.
Aim: Ability to make Kullah Dozi. LU 96- Kullah Dozi. 5
Aim: Ability to make Chevrons. LU 97- Chevron. 5
Aim: LU 98- 5
 To enable the students to know  Materials.
about materials used in beadwork.
20  To enable the students to make
Warps.
 Warp.

 To enable the students to make  Woven Base.


Woven Bases.
 To enable the students to make  Clasp.
Clasps.
Aim: LU 99- 5

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 To enable the students to make  Beaded Clasp.
Beaded Clasps.
 To enable the students to make  Buttons.
Buttons.
 To enable the students to make  Loops.
Loops.
 To enable the students to Weave  Weaving a Strap.
Straps.
 To enable the students to make Edge  Edge Stitch.
Stitches.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 100- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Ability to make Kullah Dozi.
 Ability to make Chevrons.
 Knowledge about materials used in
beadwork.
 Ability to make Warps.
 Ability to make Woven Bases.
 Ability to make Clasps.
 Ability to make Beaded Clasps.
 Ability to make Buttons.
 Ability to make Loops.
 Ability to Weave Straps.
 Ability to make Edge Stitches.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 101- Tapestry I. 5
Tapestries.
21 Aim: To enable the students to make
Tapestries.
LU 102- Tapestry II. 5

Aim: LU 103- 5

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 To enable the students to make  Tapestry III.
Tapestries.
 To enable the students to make  Fringe.
Fringes.
 To enable the students to make  Hem.
Hems.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 104- Embellishment I. 5
embellishments.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 105- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Ability to make Tapestries.
 Ability to make Fringes.
 Ability to make Hems.
 Ability to make Embellishments.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 106- Embellishment II. 5
Embellishments.
Aim: To enable the students to make Wall LU 107- Wall Hangings. 5
Hangings.
Aim: To enable the students to make LU 108- Piece Work I. 5
Piece Work.

22 Aim: To enable the students to make


Piece Work.
LU 109- Piece Work II. 5

Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 110- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4


 Ability to make Embellishments.
 Ability to make Wall Hangings.
 Ability to make Piece Work.
Total Hours 04 Hrs 91 Hrs
Module 7:
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Administration: LU 111- Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc). 5
Aim: To enable the students to learn about
Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
LU 112- Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation, 5
Aim: To enable the students to learn Skilled Persons, etc).
about Indirect Cost (Electricity,
Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
LU 113- Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market 5
Aim: To enable the students to learn about Demand.
Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market
Demand.
LU 114- Importance of Packing & Packaging. 5
Aim: To enable the students to learn about
the importance of Packing & Packaging.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 115- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1 4
 Direct Cost (Machinery, Material ,
etc).
 Indirect Cost (Electricity,
Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
 Finishing of Embroidery Work on
Market Demand.
24  Importance of Packing &
Packaging.
LU 116- Different Kinds of Packing. 5
Aim: To enable the students to learn about
Different Kinds of Packing.
LU 117- Registration. 3 2
Aim: To enable the students to learn about
Registration.
LU 118- Business Plan. 2 3
Aim: To enable the students to learn about
Business Plans.

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Aim: To enable the students to learn about
Accounting.
Aim: To assure learning of the following: LU 120- Certification TEST. 2 3
 To enable the students to achieve
aesthetic sense in color mixing.
 To enable the students to use
different quality of threads according to the
material.
 To enable the students to carry out
proper finishing of their products.
 Drawing & Tracing.
 Color Scheme & Quality of Threads
in Embroidery.
 To enable the students to achieve
aesthetic sense in color mixing.
 To enable the students to use
different quality of threads according to the
material.
 To enable the students to carry out
proper finishing of their products.
 Designing of Dresses for Different
Occasions/ Innovation/ New Trends and
Techniques.
 Introduction & Principles of Machine
Embroidery.
 To assure that the students are able to
differentiate between Casual; Party and
Bridal Wear and their various types
according to fashion.

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 To gauge the students learning about the
Importance and Use as well as Principles of
Machine Embroidery.
2. To insure that the students are
proficient in identifying the different types
of machines, their parts and maintenance.
 To check the students learning about
Foot Machines, their operation and
maintenance.
 Ability to identify defects of
machines and their remedies.
 Background of various stitches.
 Ability to make Fir & Stem stitches
on their Machines.
 Ability to make Chain; Satin; Pin and
Pansy stitches on their Machines.
 Ability to make Rummies; Appliqué;
Long & Short; Darkish and Velvet stitches
on their Machines.
 Ability to make Chine; Shade;
Quilting and Cut Work stitches on their
Machines.
 Ability to make Eyelet stitches on
their Machines.
 Making of Dresses According to
Fashion by Using Different Machine
Embroidery Stitches.
 Making Dresses According to
Fashion by Using Different Machine
Embroidery Stitches.
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 To enable the students to make
embroidered Wall Hangings.
 To enable the students to make
embroidered Bed Sheets.
 Background of Hand Embroidery
Stitches.
 Importance and Use of Hand
Embroidery Stitches.
 Principles of Hand Embroidery
Stitches.
Ability to make Stem; Long & Short;
Cross (Single & Double); Chain; Shade;
Shadow; Appliqué Work; Round; Rose;
Button Hole; Fancy; Satin; Spider; Knot;
Pin; Sindhi; Mirror Work; Cut Work;
Quilting; Knot; Moti Tanka; Mukaish;
Tarkashi Stitches/ Work.
 Making Dresses According to
Fashion by Using Combination of Hand
Embroidery Stitches.
 Ability to make hand embroidered
Shirts & Dupattas.
 Ability to make hand embroidered
Wall Hangings.
 Ability to make hand embroidered
Bed Sheets.
 Importance of Beadwork.
 Principles of Beadwork.
 Tools used in Beadwork.
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 Ability to make Nazar Band Work;
Amel Work; Kullah Dozi; Chevrons
 Knowledge about materials used in
beadwork.
 Ability to make Warps; Woven
Bases; Clasps; Beaded Clasps; Buttons;
Loops;
 Ability to Weave Straps.
 Ability to make Edge Stitches.
 Ability to make Tapestries.
 Ability to make Fringes.
 Ability to make Hems.
 Ability to make Embellishments.
 Ability to make Wall Hangings.
 Ability to make Piece Work.
 Direct Cost (Machinery, Material ,
etc).
 Indirect Cost (Electricity,
Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
 Finishing of Embroidery Work on
Market Demand.
 Importance of Packing & Packaging.
 Registration.
 Business Plan.
 Accounting.
Total Hrs 12 Hrs 38 Hrs
Grand Total Hrs 60 Hrs 540 Hrs
Total Hrs 480 10% 90%

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Machine/ Hand Embroidery & Beadwork Curriculum Contents ( Teaching and Learning Guide)
Module 1: Introduction/ Discipline & Ethics at Work.

Objectives of the Module:


1. To make the student behave as a responsible individual within The Industry with comprehensive knowledge and skill.
2. Processing information.
Learning Unit Skill Proficiency Details Knowledge Proficiency Details
LU1- Introduction & Course Overview of Course Contents and what to
Outline. expect in the months ahead.
LU2- Work Ethics: 1. Behave as a responsible individual with 1. Work related ethics/ Ethical values and
comprehensive knowledge and skill. standards.
2. Good Manufacturing Practices. 2. Purpose and Scope of Good Manufacturing
Practices.
Module 2: Safety.
Objectives of the Module:
1. To Demonstrate Awareness of the Principles of Safety Practices in the Workplace in order to enable students to follow Health &
Safety Procedures.
2. To enable students to identify Hazards, Emergencies and Accidents at Workplace.
3. To enable students deal with First Aid and Fire Fighting.
4. To enable students to attend to First Aid Emergencies as First Responders.
Learning Unit Skill Proficiency Details Knowledge Proficiency Details
LU 3- Safety Precautions. 1. Able to prevent Accidents & take action for 1. Accident Prevention & Action for
Emergencies. Emergencies.
2. Able to define Accidents. 2. Definitions of Accidents.
3. Able to respond to Emergencies. 3. The cause of accidents (human hazards &
4. Able to preventing cuts & lacerations. environmental hazards).
5. Able to preventing burns. 4. How to respond to Emergencies.
6. Able to preventing falls & other common 5. How to preventing cuts & lacerations.
injuries. 6. How to preventing burns.
7. Able to implement procedure for bomb 7. How to preventing falls & other common
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8. Procedure for bomb scares.
LU 4- Fire Fighting. 1. Carry out Fire Fighting Drills according to 1. Knowledge of Fire Fighting Drills.
SOPs. 2. Knowledge of Safe Lifting & Carrying
2. Able to safely lift and carry victims of fire. techniques.
LU 5- First Aid. 1. Able to Perform First Aid in Emergencies 1. Know about First aid in Emergencies
(Choking & Heart Attack). (Choking & Heart Attack).
2. Treatment of Cuts & Lacerations. 2. Know Cuts & Lacerations Treatment.
3. Burns Treatment. 3. Know Burns Treatment.
Module 3: Drawing & Tracing/ Color Scheme & Quality of Threads in Embroidery/ Designing of Dresses
for Different Occasions/ Innovation/ New Trends and Techniques.
Objectives of the Module:
1. To underline the Importance of Drawing and Tracing.
2. To teach How to Make a Trace.
3. To show the Method of Tracing on Different Materials.
4. To learn how to Fix Cloth in Frames.
5. To learn how to mix Color in Embroidery.
6. To Create Aesthetic Mix of Color. Texture and Design.
7. The Use of Different Quality of Threads According to Material.
8. To learn Proper Finishing.
9. To learn about Casual Wear.
10. To learn about Party Wear.
11. To learn about Bridal Wear.
Learning Unit Skill Proficiency Details Knowledge Proficiency Details
LU 6- Importance of Drawing and Making Traces. 1. Importance of Drawing and Tracing.
Tracing. 2. How to Make a Trace.
LU 7- Method of Tracing on 1. Tracing of different materials. 1. Method of Tracing on Different Materials.
Different Materials. 2. Method of fixing cloth on Frames. 2. Fixing of Cloth in Frame.
LU 8- Mixing of Color in 1. Color mixing. 1. Mixing of Color in Embroidery.
Embroidery. 2. Achieving aesthetic mix of color, texture and 2. To Create Aesthetic Mix of Color. Texture
design. and Design.
3. Use of different quality threads according to 3. Use of Different Quality of Threads
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material. According to Material.
LU 9- Proper Finishing. Able to carry out proper finishing. 1. Proper Finishing.
LU 10- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Making Traces. 1. Unit Review/ Evaluation.
2. Tracing of different materials. 2. Importance of Drawing and Tracing.
3. Method of fixing cloth on Frames. 3. How to Make a Trace.
4. Color mixing. 4. Method of Tracing on Different Materials.
5. Achieving aesthetic mix of color, texture and 5. Fixing of Cloth in Frame.
design. 6. Mixing of Color in Embroidery.
6. Use of different quality threads according to 7. To Create Aesthetic Mix of Color. Texture
material. and Design.
7. Able to carry out proper finishing. 8. Use of Different Quality of Threads
According to Material.
9. Proper Finishing.
LU 11- Casual Wear, Party Wear. Able to make Casual Wear and Party Wear. 1. Casual Wear, Party Wear.
LU 12- Bridal Wear. Able to make Bridal Wear. 1. Bridal Wear.

Module 4: Machine Embroidery.


Objectives of the Module:
1. To learn about the Importance; Use and Principles of Machine Embroidery.
2. To become proficient in identifying the different types of machines, their parts and maintenance.
3. To learn about Foot Machines, their operation and maintenance.
4. To be able to differentiate between Casual; Party and Bridal Wear and their various types according to fashion.
5. To learn about the Importance and Use as well as Principles of Machine Embroidery.
6. To become Proficient in identifying the different types of machines, their parts and maintenance.
7. To learn about Foot Machines, their operation and maintenance.
8. To be able to identify defects of machines and their remedies.
9. To learn about the background of various machine stitches.
10. To be abile to make Fir; Stem; Chain; Satin; Pin; Pansy; Rummies; Appliqué; Long & Short; Darkish; Velvet; Chine; Shade;
Quilting; Cut Work Eyelet stitches on their Machines.
11. To make Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches.
12. To make Machine Embroidered Wall Hangings.
13. To make Machine Embroidered Bed Sheets.

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Learning Unit Skill Proficiency Details Knowledge Proficiency Details
LU 13- Able to explain about the Importance; Use and To enable the students to learn about the
1. Importance and Use of Principles of Machine Embroidery. Importance; Use and Principles of Machine
Machine Embroidery. Embroidery.
2. Principles of Machine
Embroidery.
LU 14- 1. Proficient in identifying the different types of 3. To enable the students to become proficient
1. Types of Machines, their Parts, machines, their parts and maintenance. in identifying the different types of machines,
Operation & Maintenance. 2. Operation and Maintenance of Foot Machines. their parts and maintenance.
2. Types of Foot Machines. 4. To enable the students to learn about Foot
3. Parts of Machines, Operation Machines, their operation and maintenance.
and Maintenance.
LU 15- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to differentiate between Casual; Party and To assure learning of the following:
Bridal Wear and their various types according 3. To assure that the students are able to
to fashion. differentiate between Casual; Party and
2. Able to explain the Importance and Use as well Bridal Wear and their various types according
as Principles of Machine Embroidery. to fashion.
3. Proficient in identifying the different types of 4. To gauge the students learning about the
machines, their parts and maintenance. Importance and Use as well as Principles of
4. Operation and Maintenance of Foot Machines. Machine Embroidery.
5. To insure that the students are proficient in
identifying the different types of machines,
their parts and maintenance.
6. To check the students learning about Foot
Machines, their operation and maintenance.
LU 16- Defects of Machines and  Able to identify defects of machines and their  To enable the students to identify defects of
Remedies. remedies. machines and their remedies.
LU 17- The Background of  Able to explain the background of various  To teach the students about the background of
Stitches. machine stitches. various machine stitches.
LU 18- Making of Different  Able to make Fir stitches on their machines.  To enable the students to make Fir stitches on
Machine Embroidery Stitches I: their Machines.
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LU 19- Making of Different  Able to make Stem stitches on their machines.  To enable the students to make Stem stitches
Machine Embroidery Stitches II: on their Machines.
Stem.
LU 20- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to identify defects of machines and their To assure learning of the following:
remedies. 1. Ability to identify defects of machines and
2. Able to explain the background of various their remedies.
machine stitches. 2. Background of various stitches.
3. Able to make Fir stitches on their machines. 3. Ability to make Fir & Stem stitches on their
4. Able to make Stem stitches on their machines. Machines.
LU 21- Making of Different  Able to make Chain stitches on their  To enable the students to make Chain stitches
Machine Embroidery Stitches III: machines. on their Machines.
Chain.
LU 22- Making of Different  Able to make Satin stitches on their machines.  To enable the students to make Satin stitches
Machine Embroidery Stitches IV: on their Machines.
Satin.
LU 23- Making of Different  Able to make Pin stitches on their machines.  To enable the students to make Pin stitches on
Machine Embroidery Stitches V: their Machines.
Pin Stitch.
LU 24- Making of Different  Able to make Pansy stitches on their  To enable the students to make Pansy stitches
Machine Embroidery Stitches VI: machines. on their Machines.
Pansy Stitch.
LU 25- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Chain stitches on their To assure learning of the following:
machines.  Ability to make Chain; Satin; Pin and Pansy
2. Able to make Satin stitches on their machines. stitches on their Machines.
3. Able to make Pin stitches on their machines.
4. Able to make Pansy stitches on their
machines.
LU 26- Making of Different  Able to make Rummies stitches on their  To enable the students to make Rummies
Machine Embroidery Stitches VII: machines. stitches on their Machines.
Rummies Stitch.
LU 27- Making of Different  Able to make Appliqué stitches on their  To enable the students to make Appliqué
Machine Embroidery Stitches machines. stitches on their Machines.

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LU 28- Making of Different  Able to make Long, Short and Darkish  To enable the students to make Long, Short
Machine Embroidery Stitches IX: stitches on their machines. and Darkish stitches on their Machines.
Long and Short, Darkish.
LU 29- Making of Different  Able to make Velvet stitches on their  To enable the students to make Velvet
Machine Embroidery Stitches X: machines. stitches on their Machines.
Velvet Stitch.
LU 30- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Rummies stitches on their To assure learning of the following:
machines.  Ability to make Rummies; Appliqué; Long
2. Able to make Appliqué stitches on their & Short; Darkish and Velvet stitches on their
machines. Machines.
3. Able to make Long, Short and Darkish
stitches on their machines.
4. Able to make Velvet stitches on their
machines.

LU 31- Making of Different  Able to make Chine stitches on their  To enable the students to make Chine
Machine Embroidery Stitches XI: machines. stitches on their Machines.
Chine Stitch.
LU 32- Making of Different  Able to make Shade stitches on their  To enable the students to make Shade
Machine Embroidery Stitches XV: machines. stitches on their Machines.
Shade Stitch.
LU 33- Making of Different  Able to make Quilting stitches on their  To enable the students to make Quilting
Machine Embroidery Stitches XII: machines. stitches on their Machines.
Quilting.
LU 34- Making of Different  Able to make Cut Work stitches on their  To enable the students to make Cut Work
Machine Embroidery Stitches machines. stitches on their Machines.
XIII: Cut Work.
LU 35- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Chine stitches on their To assure learning of the following:
machines.  Ability to make Chine; Shade; Quilting and
2. Able to make Shade stitches on their Cut Work stitches on their Machines.
machines.
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3. Able to make Quilting stitches on their
machines.
4. Able to make Cut Work stitches on their
machines.
LU 36- Making of Different  Able to make Eyelet stitches on their  To enable the students to make Eyelet
Machine Embroidery Stitches machines. stitches on their Machines.
IVX: Eyelet.
LU 37- Making Dresses According  Able to make Dresses According to Fashion  To enable the students to make Dresses
to Fashion by Using Different by Using Different Machine Embroidery According to Fashion by Using Different
Machine Embroidery Stitches I. Stitches. Machine Embroidery Stitches.
LU 38- Making Dresses According  Able to make Dresses According to Fashion  To enable the students to make Dresses
to Fashion by Using Different by Using Different Machine Embroidery According to Fashion by Using Different
Machine Embroidery Stitches II. Stitches. Machine Embroidery Stitches.
LU 39- Making Dresses According  Able to make Dresses According to Fashion  To enable the students to make Dresses
to Fashion by Using Different by Using Different Machine Embroidery According to Fashion by Using Different
Machine Embroidery Stitches III. Stitches. Machine Embroidery Stitches.
LU 40- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Eyelet stitches on their 1. Ability to make Eyelet stitches on their
machines. Machines.
2. Able to make Dresses According to Fashion 2. Making of Dresses According to Fashion by
by Using Different Machine Embroidery Using Different Machine Embroidery
Stitches. Stitches.
LU 41- Making Dresses According  Able to make Dresses According to Fashion  Making Dresses According to Fashion by
to Fashion by Using Different by Using Different Machine Embroidery Using Different Machine Embroidery
Machine Embroidery Stitches IV. Stitches. Stitches.
LU 42- Making Wall Hanging I.  Able to make embroidered Wall Hangings.  To enable the students to make embroidered
Wall Hangings.
LU 43- Making Wall Hanging II.  Able to make embroidered Wall Hangings.  To enable the students to make embroidered
Wall Hangings.
LU 44- Making Bed Sheets I.  Able to make embroidered Bed Sheets.  To enable the students to make embroidered
Bed Sheets.
LU 45- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Dresses According to Fashion To assure learning of the following:
by Using Different Machine Embroidery 1. Making Dresses According to Fashion by
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2. Able to make embroidered Wall Hangings. Stitches.
3. Able to make embroidered Bed Sheets. 2. To enable the students to make embroidered
Wall Hangings.
3. To enable the students to make embroidered
Bed Sheets.
LU 46- Making Bed Sheets II.  Able to make embroidered Bed Sheets.  To enable the students to make embroidered
Bed Sheets.

Module 5: Hand Embroidery.


Objectives of the Module:
1. To explain the Background of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
2. To teach the Importance and Use of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
3. To teach the Principles of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
4. To instill Ability to make Stem; Long & Short; Cross (Single & Double); Chain; Shade; Shadow; Appliqué Work; Round; Rose;
Button Hole; Fancy; Satin; Spider; Knot; Pin; Sindhi; Mirror Work; Cut Work; Quilting; Knot; Moti Tanka; Mukaish; Tarkashi
Stitches/ Work.
5. To be able to make Dresses According to Fashion by Using Combination of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
6. To instill Ability to make hand embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
7. To instill Ability to make hand embroidered Wall Hangings.
8. To instill Ability to make hand embroidered Bed Sheets.
Learning Unit Skill Proficiency Details Knowledge Proficiency Details
LU 47- The Background of Hand  Able to explain the background of Hand  To teach the students the background of
Embroidery Stitches. Embroidery Stitches. Hand Embroidery Stitches.
LU 48- Importance and Use of  Able to explain the importance and use of  To teach the students the importance and use
Hand Embroidery. Hand Embroidery Stitches. of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
LU 49- Principles of Hand  Able to explain the Principles of Hand  To teach the students the Principles of Hand
Embroidery. Embroidery Stitches. Embroidery Stitches.
LU 50- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to explain the background of Hand To assure learning of the following:
Embroidery Stitches. 1. Background of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
2. Able to explain the importance and use of 2. Importance and Use of Hand Embroidery
Hand Embroidery Stitches. Stitches.
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3. Able to explain the Principles of Hand 3. Principles of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
Embroidery Stitches.
LU 51- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Stem stitches.  To enable the students to make Stem
Embroidery Stitches I: Stem stitches.
Stitch.
LU 52- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Lazy Daisy stitches.  To enable the students to make Lazy Daisy
Embroidery Stitches II: Lazy stitches.
Daisy.
LU 53- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Long & Short stitches.  To enable the students to make Long &
Embroidery Stitches III: Long and Short stitches.
Short Stitch.
LU 54- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Cross (Single & Double)  To enable the students to make Cross (Single
Embroidery Stitches IV: Cross stitches. & Double) stitches.
Stitch (Single & Double).
LU 55- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Stem stitches. To assure learning of the following:
2. Able to make Lazy Daisy stitches. 1. Ability to make Stem Stitches.
3. Able to make Long & Short stitches. 2. Ability to make Long & Short Stitches.
4. Able to make Cross (Single & Double) 3. Ability to make Cross Stitch (Single &
stitches. Double).
LU 56-Making of Different Hand  Able to make Chain stitches.  To enable the students to make Chain
Embroidery Stitches V: Chain stitches.
Stitch.
LU 57- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Shade Work stitches.  To enable the students to make Shade Work
Embroidery Stitches VI: Shade stitches.
Work.
LU 58- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Shadow stitches.  To enable the students to make Shadow
Embroidery Stitches VII: Shadow stitches.
Stitch.
LU 59- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Appliqué Work stitches.  To enable the students to make Appliqué
Embroidery Stitches VIII: Work.
Appliqué Work.
LU 60- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Cross stitches. To assure learning of the following:
2. Able to make Shade Work stitches. 1. Ability to make Chain Stitches.
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3. Able to make Shadow stitches. 2. Ability to make Shade Work.
4. Able to make Appliqué Work stitches. 3. Ability to make Shadow Stitches.
4. Ability to make Appliqué Work.
LU 61- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Round stitches.  To enable the students to make Round
Embroidery Stitches IX: Round stitches.
Stitch.
LU 62- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Rose stitches.  To enable the students to make Rose
Embroidery Stitches X: Rose stitches.
Stitch.
LU 63- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Button Hole stitches.  To enable the students to make Button Hole
Embroidery Stitches XI: Button stitches.
Hole.
LU 64- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Fancy stitches.  To enable the students to make Fancy
Embroidery Stitches XII: Fancy stitches.
Stitch.
LU 65- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Round stitches. To assure learning of the following:
2. Able to make Rose stitches. 1. Ability to make Round Stitches.
3. Able to make Button Hole stitches. 2. Ability to make Rose Stitches.
4. Able to make Fancy stitches. 3. Ability to make Button Hole Stitches.
4. Ability to make Fancy Stitches.
LU 66- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Satin stitches.  To enable the students to make Satin
Embroidery Stitches XIII: Satin stitches.
Stitch.
LU 67- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Spider stitches.  To enable the students to make Spider
Embroidery Stitches XIV: Spider stitches.
Stitch.
LU 68- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Knot stitches.  To enable the students to make Knot
Embroidery Stitches XV: Knot stitches.
Stitch.
LU 69- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Pin stitches.  To enable the students to make Pin stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XVI: Pin
Stitch.
LU 70- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Satin stitches. To assure learning of the following:
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2. Able to make Spider stitches. 1. Ability to make Satin Stitches.
3. Able to make Knot stitches. 2. Ability to make Spider Stitches.
4. Able to make Pin stitches. 3. Ability to make Knot Stitches.
4. Ability to make Pin Stitches.
LU 71-Making of Different Hand  Able to make Sindhi Stitches.  Ability to make Sindhi Stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XVII: Sindhi
Stitch.
LU 72- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Mirror Work stitches.  Ability to make Mirror Work stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XVIII:
Mirror Work.
LU 73- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Cut Work stitches.  Ability to make Cut Work stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XIX. Cut
Work.
LU 74- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Quilting Stitches.  Ability to make Quilting Stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XX. Quilting.
LU 75- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Sindhi Stitches. To assure learning of the following:
2. Able to make Mirror Work stitches. 1. Ability to make Sindhi Stitches.
3. Able to make Cut Work stitches. 2. Ability to make Mirror Work.
4. Able to make Quilting Stitches. 3. Ability to make Cut Work Stitches.
4. Ability to make Quilting Stitches.
LU 76- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Knot Stitches.  Ability to make Knot Stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XXI. Knot
Stitch.
LU 77- Making of Different Hand  Able to Moti Tanka Stitches.  Ability to make Moti Tanka Stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XXII. Moti
Tanka.
LU 78- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Mukaish Stitches.  Ability to make Mukaish Stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XXIII.
Mukaish.
LU 79- Making of Different Hand  Able to make Tarkashi Stitches.  Ability to make Tarkashi Stitches.
Embroidery Stitches XXIV.
Tarkashi.
LU 80- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Knot Stitches. To assure learning of the following:
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2. Able to Moti Tanka Stitches. 1.
Ability to make Knot Stitches.
3. Able to make Mukaish Stitches. 2.
Ability to make Moti Tanka Stitches.
4. Able to make Tarkashi Stitches. 3.
Ability to make Mukaish Stitches.
4.
Ability to make Tarkashi Stitches.
LU 81- Shirt & Dupatta I. Able to make hand embroidered Shirts & 
To enable the students to make hand
Dupattas. embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
LU 82- Shirt & Dupatta II. Able to make hand embroidered Shirts &  To enable the students to make hand
Dupattas. embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
LU 83- Shirt & Dupatta III. Able to make hand embroidered Shirts &  To enable the students to make hand
Dupattas. embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
LU 84- Wall Hangings I. Able to make hand embroidered Wall Hanging.  To enable the students to make hand
embroidered Wall Hanging.
LU 85- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make hand embroidered Shirts & To assure learning of the following:
Dupattas. 1. Ability to make hand embroidered Shirts &
2. Able to make hand embroidered Wall Dupattas.
Hanging. 2. Ability to make hand embroidered Wall
Hangings.
LU 86- Wall Hangings II.  Able to make hand embroidered Wall  To enable the students to make hand
Hanging. embroidered Wall Hanging.
LU 87- Wall Hangings III.  Able to make hand embroidered Wall  To enable the students to make hand
Hanging. embroidered Wall Hanging.
LU 88- Bed Sheets I.  Able to make hand embroidered Wall  To enable the students to make hand
Hanging. embroidered Wall Hanging.
LU 89- Bed Sheets II.  Able to make hand embroidered Bed Sheets.  To enable the students to make hand
embroidered Bed Sheets.
LU 90- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make hand embroidered Wall To assure learning of the following:
Hanging. 1. Ability to make hand embroidered Wall
2. Able to make hand embroidered Bed Sheets. Hangings.
2. Ability to make hand embroidered Bed
Sheets.
LU 91- Bed Sheets III. Able to make hand embroidered Bed Sheets.  To enable the students to make hand
embroidered Bed Sheets.
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Module 6: Beadwork.
Objectives of the Module:
1. To teach the Importance and Principles of Beadwork.
2. To introduce Tools used in Beadwork.
3. To instill Ability to make Beadwork Nazar Band Work; Amel Work; Kullah Dozi; Chevrons
4. To impart Knowledge about materials used in beadwork.
5. To instill Ability to make Beadwork: Warps; Woven Bases; Clasps; Beaded Clasps; Buttons and Loops;
6. To instill Ability to Weave Beadwork Straps.
7. To instill Ability to make Beadwork Edge Stitches.
8. To instill Ability to make Beadwork Tapestries.
9. To instill Ability to make Beadwork Fringes.
10. To instill Ability to make Beadwork Hems.
11. To instill Ability to make Beadwork Embellishments.
12. To instill Ability to make Beadwork Wall Hangings.
13. To instill Ability to make Beadwork Piece Work.
Learning Unit Skill Proficiency Details Knowledge Proficiency Details
LU 92-  Able to explain the Importance; Principles of 1. To enable the students to learn about the
1. Importance and Use of and Tools used in Beadwork. Importance of Beadwork.
Beadwork. 2. To enable the students to learn about the
2. Principles of Beadwork. Principles of Beadwork.
3. Tools. 3. To enable the students to learn about the
Tools used in Beadwork.
LU 93- Nazar Band.  Able to make Nazar Band Work.  To enable the students to make Nazar Band
Work.
LU 94- Amel.  Able to make Amel Work.  To enable the students to make Amel Work.
LU 95- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to explain the Importance; Principles of To assure learning of the following:
and Tools used in Beadwork. 1. Importance of Beadwork.
2. Able to make Nazar Band Work. 2. Principles of Beadwork.
3. Able to make Amel Work. 3. Tools used in Beadwork.
4. Ability to make Nazar Band Work.
5. Ability to make Amel Work.

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LU 96- Kullah Dozi.  Able perform Kullah Dozi.  Ability to perform Kullah Dozi.
LU 97- Chevron.  Able to make Beadwork Chevrons.  Ability to make Chevrons.
LU 98- 1. Knowledge of materials used in beadwork. 1. To enable the students to know about
1. Materials. 2. Able to make Beadwork Warps. materials used in beadwork.
2. Warp. 3. Able to make Beadwork Woven Bases. 2. To enable the students to make Warps.
3. Woven Base. 4. Able to make Beadwork Clasps. 3. To enable the students to make Woven
4. Clasp. Bases.
4. To enable the students to make Clasps.
LU 99- 1. Able to make Beaded Clasps. 1. To enable the students to make Beaded
1. Beaded Clasp. 2. Able to make Beadwork Buttons. Clasps.
2. Buttons. 3. Able to make Beadwork Loops. 2. To enable the students to make Buttons.
3. Loops. 4. Able to Weave Beadwork Straps. 3. To enable the students to make Loops.
4. Weaving a Strap. 5. Able to make Beadwork Edge Stitches. 4. To enable the students to Weave Straps.
5. Edge Stitch. 5. To enable the students to make Edge
Stitches.
LU 100- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able perform Kullah Dozi. To assure learning of the following:
2. Able to make Beadwork Chevrons. 1. Ability to perform Kullah Dozi.
3. Knowledge of materials used in beadwork. 2. Ability to make Beadwork Chevrons.
4. Able to make Beadwork Warps. 3. Knowledge about materials used in
5. Able to make Woven Beadwork Bases. beadwork.
6. Able to make Clasps. 4. Ability to make Beadwork Warps.
7. Able to make Beaded Clasps. 5. Ability to make Woven Beadwork Bases.
8. Able to make Beadwork Buttons. 6. Ability to make Beadwork Clasps.
9. Able to make Beadwork Loops. 7. Ability to make Beaded Clasps.
10. Able to Weave Beadwork Straps. 8. Ability to make Beadwork Buttons.
11. Able to make Beadwork Edge Stitches. 9. Ability to make Beadwork Loops.
10. Ability to Weave Beadwork Straps.
11. Ability to make Beadwork Edge Stitches.
LU 101- Tapestry I.  Able to make Beadwork Tapestries.  To enable the students to make Beadwork
Tapestries.
LU 102- Tapestry II.  Able to make Beadwork Tapestries.  To enable the students to make Beadwork
Tapestries.

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LU 103- 1. Able to make Beadwork Tapestries. 1. To enable the students to make Beadwork
1. Tapestry III. 2. Able to make Beadwork Fringes. Tapestries.
2. Fringe. 3. Able to make Beadwork Hems. 2. To enable the students to make Beadwork
3. Hem. Fringes.
3. To enable the students to make Beadwork
Hems.
LU 104- Embellishment I.  Able to make Beadwork Embellishments.  To enable the students to make Beadwork
Embellishments.
LU 105- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to make Beadwork Tapestries. To assure learning of the following:
2. Able to make Beadwork Fringes. 1. Ability to make Beadwork Tapestries.
3. Able to make Beadwork Hems. 2. Ability to make Beadwork Fringes.
4. Able to make Beadwork Embellishments. 3. Ability to make Beadwork Hems.
4. Ability to make Beadwork Embellishments.
LU 106- Embellishment II. Able to make Beadwork Embellishments.  To enable the students to make Beadwork
Embellishments.
LU 107- Wall Hangings. Able to make Beadwork Wall Hangings.  To enable the students to make Beadwork
Wall Hangings.
LU 108- Piece Work I. Able to make Beadwork Piece Work.  To enable the students to make Beadwork
Piece Work.
LU 109- Piece Work II. Able to make Beadwork Piece Work.  To enable the students to make Beadwork
Piece Work.
LU 110- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Ability to make Beadwork Embellishments. To assure learning of the following:
2. Ability to make Beadwork Wall Hangings. 4. Ability to make Beadwork Embellishments.
3. Able to make Beadwork Piece Work. 5. Ability to make Beadwork Wall Hangings.
6. Ability to make Beadwork Piece Work.

Module 6:
Objectives of the Module:
1. To teach Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
2. To teach Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
3. To teach Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market Demand.
4. To explain the Importance of Packing & Packaging.
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5. To teach the students about Registration.
6. To teach the students to be able to make a Business Plan.
7. To teach simple Accounting.
Learning Unit Skill Proficiency Details Knowledge Proficiency Details
LU 111- Direct Cost (Machinery, Material ,  Able to understand Direct Cost  To enable the students to learn about
etc). (Machinery, Material , etc). Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
LU 112- Indirect Cost (Electricity,  Able to understand Indirect Cost  To enable the students to learn about
Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc). (Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation,
Persons, etc). Skilled Persons, etc).
LU 113- Finishing of Embroidery Work on  Able to Finish Embroidery Work on  To enable the students to learn about
Market Demand. Market Demand. Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market
Demand.
LU 114- Importance of Packing & Packaging.  Able to perform proper Pacing and  To enable the students to learn about the
Packaging. importance of Packing & Packaging.
LU 115- Unit Review/ Evaluation. 1. Able to understand Direct Cost To assure learning of the following:
(Machinery, Material , etc). 1. Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
2. Able to understand Indirect Cost 2. Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation,
(Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Skilled Persons, etc).
Persons, etc). 3. Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market
3. Able to Finish Embroidery Work on Demand.
Market Demand. 4. Importance of Packing & Packaging.
4. Able to perform proper Pacing and
Packaging.
LU 116- Different Kinds of Packing.  Able to undertake different kinds of  To enable the students to learn about
Packing. Different Kinds of Packing.
LU 117- Registration.  Through Knowledge of Registration  To enable the students to learn about
Procedures. Registration.
LU 118- Business Plan.  Able to make a Business Plan.  To enable the students to learn about
Business Plans.
LU 119- Accounting.  Able to carry out Simple Accounting.  To enable the students to learn about
Accounting.

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Module 8:
Objectives of the Module:
To Check the Students Knowledge on the following:
1. To behave as a responsible individual within The Industry with comprehensive knowledge and skill.
2. Processing information.
3. Awareness of the Principles of Safety Practices in the Workplace in order to enable students to follow Health & Safety
Procedures.
4. Ability to identify Hazards, Emergencies and Accidents at Workplace.
5. Ability to deal with First Aid and Fire Fighting.
6. Ability to attend to First Aid Emergencies as First Responders.
7. Ability to undestand the Importance of Drawing and Tracing.
8. How to Make a Trace.
9. Ability to show the Method of Tracing on Different Materials.
10. Ability to Fix Cloth in Frames.
11. Ability to mix Color in Embroidery.
12. Ability to Create Aesthetic Mix of Color. Texture and Design.
13. Ability to use Different Quality of Threads According to Material.
14. Ability to carry out Proper Finishing.
15. Ability to make Casual Wear.
16. Ability to make Party Wear.
17. Ability to make Bridal Wear.
18. Ability to understand the Importance; Use and Principles of Machine Embroidery.
19. Ability to become proficient in identifying the different types of machines, their parts and maintenance.
20. Foot Machines, their operation and maintenance.
21. Ability to differentiate between Casual; Party and Bridal Wear and their various types according to fashion.
22. Ability to understand the Importance and Use as well as Principles of Machine Embroidery.
23. Ability to become Proficient in identifying the different types of machines, their parts and maintenance.
24. Ability to identify defects of machines and their remedies.
25. Ability to understand the background of various machine stitches.
26. Ability to make Fir; Stem; Chain; Satin; Pin; Pansy; Rummies; Appliqué; Long & Short; Darkish; Velvet; Chine; Shade;
Quilting; Cut Work Eyelet stitches on their Machines.
27. Ability to make Dresses According to Fashion by Using Different Machine Embroidery Stitches.
28. Ability to make Machine Embroidered Wall Hangings.
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29. Ability to make Machine Embroidered Bed Sheets.
30. Ability to explain the Background of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
31. Ability to understand the Importance and Use of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
32. Ability to understand the Principles of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
33. Ability to make Stem; Long & Short; Cross (Single & Double); Chain; Shade; Shadow; Appliqué Work; Round; Rose; Button
Hole; Fancy; Satin; Spider; Knot; Pin; Sindhi; Mirror Work; Cut Work; Quilting; Knot; Moti Tanka; Mukaish; Tarkashi Stitches/
Work.
34. Ability to make Dresses According to Fashion by Using Combination of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
35. Ability to make hand embroidered Shirts & Dupattas.
36. Ability to make hand embroidered Wall Hangings.
37. Ability to make hand embroidered Bed Sheets.
38. Ability to understand the Importance and Principles of Beadwork.
39. Knowledge of Tools used in Beadwork.
40. Ability to make Beadwork Nazar Band Work; Amel Work; Kullah Dozi; Chevrons
41. Knowledge about materials used in beadwork.
42. Ability to make Beadwork: Warps; Woven Bases; Clasps; Beaded Clasps; Buttons and Loops;
43. Ability to Weave Beadwork Straps.
44. Ability to make Beadwork Edge Stitches.
45. Ability to make Beadwork Tapestries.
46. Ability to make Beadwork Fringes.
47. Ability to make Beadwork Hems.
48. Ability to make Beadwork Embellishments.
49. Ability to make Beadwork Wall Hangings.
50. Ability to make Beadwork Piece Work.
51. Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
52. Indirect Cost (Electricity, Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
53. Finishing of Embroidery Work on Market Demand.
54. The Importance of Packing & Packaging.
55. Registration.
56. Able to make a Business Plan.
57. Simple Accounting.
Learning Unit Skill Proficiency Details Knowledge Proficiency Details
LU 120- Certification TEST. 1. Able to differentiate between To assure learning of the following:
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Casual; Party and Bridal Wear and 49. To enable the students to achieve
their various types according to aesthetic sense in color mixing.
fashion. 50. To enable the students to use different
2. Able to explain the Importance and quality of threads according to the
Use as well as Principles of material.
Machine Embroidery. 51. To enable the students to carry out
3. Proficient in identifying the proper finishing of their products.
different types of machines, their 52. Drawing & Tracing.
parts and maintenance. 53. Color Scheme & Quality of Threads in
4. Operation and Maintenance of Foot Embroidery.
Machines. 54. To enable the students to achieve
5. Able to identify defects of aesthetic sense in color mixing.
machines and their remedies. 55. To enable the students to use different
6. Able to explain the background of quality of threads according to the
various machine stitches. material.
7. Able to make Fir; Stem; Chain; 56. To enable the students to carry out
Satin; Pin; Pansy; Rummies; proper finishing of their products.
Appliqué; Long, Short and Darkish; 57. Designing of Dresses for Different
Velvet; Chine; Shade; Quilting; Occasions/ Innovation/ New Trends and
Cut Work and Eyelet stitches on Techniques.
their machines 58. Introduction & Principles of Machine
8. Able to make Dresses According to Embroidery.
Fashion by Using Different 59. To assure that the students are able to
Machine Embroidery Stitches. differentiate between Casual; Party and
9. Able to make embroidered Wall Bridal Wear and their various types
Hangings. according to fashion.
10. Able to make embroidered Bed 60. To gauge the students learning about the
Sheets. Importance and Use as well as
11. Able to explain the background of Principles of Machine Embroidery.
Hand Embroidery Stitches. 61. To insure that the students are proficient
12. Able to explain the importance and in identifying the different types of
use of Hand Embroidery Stitches. machines, their parts and maintenance.
13. Able to explain the Principles of 62. To check the students learning about
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14. Able to Hand Embroider Stem; maintenance.
Lazy Daisy; Long & Short; Cross 63. Ability to identify defects of machines
(Single & Double); Chain; Shade and their remedies.
Work; Shadow; Appliqué Work; 64. Background of various stitches.
Round Rose; Button Hole; Fancy; 65. Ability to make Fir & Stem stitches on
Satin; Spider; Knot; Pin; Sindhi; their Machines.
Mirror Work; Cut Work; Quilting; 66. Ability to make Chain; Satin; Pin and
Knot; Tanka; Mukaish and Pansy stitches on their Machines.
Tarkashi stitches. 67. Ability to make Rummies; Appliqué;
15. Able to make hand embroidered Long & Short; Darkish and Velvet
Shirts & Dupattas. stitches on their Machines.
16. Able to make hand embroidered 68. Ability to make Chine; Shade; Quilting
Wall Hanging. and Cut Work stitches on their
17. Able to make hand embroidered Machines.
Bed Sheets. 69. Ability to make Eyelet stitches on their
1. Able to explain the Importance; Machines.
Principles of and Tools used in 70. Making of Dresses According to
Beadwork. Fashion by Using Different Machine
2. Able to make Nazar Band Work. Embroidery Stitches.
18. Able to make Amel Work. 71. Making Dresses According to Fashion
19. Able perform Kullah Dozi. by Using Different Machine
20. Able to make Beadwork Chevrons. Embroidery Stitches.
21. Knowledge of materials used in 72. To enable the students to make
beadwork. embroidered Wall Hangings.
22. Able to make Beadwork Warps. 73. To enable the students to make
23. Able to make Woven Beadwork embroidered Bed Sheets.
Bases. 74. Background of Hand Embroidery
24. Able to make Clasps. Stitches.
25. Able to make Beaded Clasps. 75. Importance and Use of Hand
26. Able to make Beadwork Buttons. Embroidery Stitches.
27. Able to make Beadwork Loops. 76. Principles of Hand Embroidery Stitches.
28. Able to Weave Beadwork Straps. 77. Ability to make Stem; Long & Short;
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29. Able to make Beadwork Edge Cross (Single & Double); Chain; Shade;
Stitches. Shadow; Appliqué Work; Round; Rose;
30. Able to make Beadwork Tapestries. Button Hole; Fancy; Satin; Spider;
31. Able to make Beadwork Fringes. Knot;
32. Able to make Beadwork Hems. 78. Pin; Sindhi; Mirror Work; Cut Work;
33. Able to make Beadwork Quilting; Knot; Moti Tanka; Mukaish;
Embellishments. Tarkashi Stitches/ Work.
34. Ability to make Beadwork 79. Making Dresses According to Fashion
Embellishments. by Using Combination of Hand
35. Ability to make Beadwork Wall Embroidery Stitches.
Hangings. 80. Ability to make hand embroidered
36. Able to make Beadwork Piece Shirts & Dupattas.
Work. 81. Ability to make hand embroidered Wall
37. Able to undertake different kinds of Hangings.
Packing. 82. Ability to make hand embroidered Bed
38. Through Knowledge of Sheets.
Registration Procedures. 83. Importance of Beadwork.
39. Able to make a Business Plan. 84. Principles of Beadwork.
40. Able to carry out Simple 85. Tools used in Beadwork.
Accounting. 86. Ability to make Nazar Band Work;
41. Able to understand Direct Cost Amel Work; Kullah Dozi; Chevrons
(Machinery, Material , etc). 87. Knowledge about materials used in
42. Able to understand Indirect Cost beadwork.
(Electricity, Transportation, Skilled 88. Ability to make Warps; Woven Bases;
Persons, etc). Clasps; Beaded Clasps; Buttons; Loops;
43. Able to Finish Embroidery Work 89. Ability to Weave Straps.
on Market Demand. 90. Ability to make Edge Stitches.
44. Able to perform proper Pacing and 91. Ability to make Tapestries.
Packaging. 92. Ability to make Fringes.
93. Ability to make Hems.
94. Ability to make Embellishments.
95. Ability to make Wall Hangings.
96. Ability to make Piece Work.
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97. Direct Cost (Machinery, Material , etc).
98. Indirect Cost (Electricity,
Transportation, Skilled Persons, etc).
99. Finishing of Embroidery Work on
Market Demand.
100. Importance of Packing & Packaging.
101. Registration.
102. Business Plan.
103. Accounting.

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STANDING OPERATING PROCEDURE FOR EVALUATION OF SHORT COURSE STUDENTS:


Following procedure will be followed for the evaluation of Students of short courses: -
1. Admitted students will be registered with the Board of Technical Education within one month after the last date of admission.
2. Testing of the Students shall be carried out as follows: -
a. Grading System (Theory & Practical).
i. A+ Grade from 80% and above.
ii. A Grade from 70% to 79%.
iii. B Grade from 60% to 69%
iv. C Grade from 50% to 59%
v. F Less than 50%
vi. Fail Below 40% in Theory & 50% in Practical
Candidates have to pass both Theory & Practical
b. Attendance.
Students below 80% attendance will not be admissible to appear in examination.
c. Examining Body.
Skill Development Council/ NAVTTC
1. Testing.
Conduct. The testing shall be conducted in respective institutions under overall supervision of Skill Development Council/
NAVTTC
2. Methodology.
Following testing methodology will be adopted:-
a. Class attendance / participation = 10%
b. Session Performance = 40%
(Practical exercises/ quizzes / assignments).
c. Final Exams.
i Theory = 10%
ii Practical. = 40%
Total = 100%
3. The institute concerned will forward the result of students Skill Development Council/ NAVTTC within seven days of
termination of course.

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4. Skill Development Council/ NAVTTC will process the result carrying out its scrutiny / vetting and issue certificate to
successful candidates as per specimen attached.

Assessment Plan:
Upon completion of this Course the students may choose to enter their products in a local, county, or state fair. If the Course is
not completed in time for fair entry, elect to have a fair in the school, and use display ribbons, winners, etc. A judging te am from the
Local Government or Public Representative in the Community could be asked to judge.

Marks Allocation
Ref: ASSESSMENT: Total Out Theory Marks
Skills Of Practical
PC1. Clean and maintain the cleanliness of the work 100
area.
25 10 15
PC2. Ensure that the work area is safe and hygienic
for Industrial activity.
10 3 7
PC3. Dispose waste materials as per defined SOPs 5
and Industry requirements. 15 10
1. KVTI/A0200 (Prepare and
PC4. Check the working and performance of all
maintain work area and Machines 5
and Tools for Machine/ Hand
machines and tools used for Machine/ Hand 15 10
Embroidery & Beadwork, etc.
Embroidery & Beadwork).
PC5. Clean the machines and tools used following
SOPs.
15 5 10
PC6. Place the necessary tools required for process. 5 2 3
PC7. Attend to the minor repairs/ faults of all
machines, if required.
15 5 10
Total Marks: 100 35 65
PC1. Read and understand the production order from 100
the supervisor. 15 4 11
2. KVTI/A0206 (Prepare for PC2. Check the availability of raw materials,
Machine/ Embroidery). packaging materials, equipment availability and
manpower.
PC3. Support in planning production sequence by: 15 5 10
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• Grouping products from same variety of raw
material.
• Grouping products that require same process.
• Selecting raw materials that do not impact the
quality of the other.
• Avoiding CIP after each product.
• Using the same equipment and machinery for
various products
• Planning maximum capacity utilization of
machineries.
• Considering the process time for each product.
• Planning efficient utilization of
resources/manpower.
• Prioritizing urgent orders.
PC4. Calculate the batch size based on the
production order and machine capacity. 5 2 3
PCS. Calculate the raw material requirement
(considering the process loss) to produce the required
quantity of finished product(s). 5 2 3
PC6. Calculate the raw materials, packaging
materials and manpower requirement for completing
the order. 5 2 3
PC7. Ensure the working and performance of each
equipment required for the process. 5 2 3
PC8. Calculate the process time for effective
utilization of machineries. 5 2 3
PC9. Plan batch size considering full capacity
utilization of machineries. 5 2 3
PC10. Plan to utilize machineries for multiple
products without affecting the quality of the finished
products, and to optimize production and save
energy. 5 2 3
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PC11. Allot responsibilities/ work to the assistants
and helpers. 5 2 3
PC12. Refer to the process chart/ product flow
chart/formulation chart for product(s) produced. 5 2 3
PC13. Measure the raw materials required for the
batch. 5 2 3
PC14. Check Thread- Sewability Parameters: 5 2 3
• No breakages in high-speed sewing.
• Consistent stitch formation.
• No skipped stitches.
• Evenness, to prevent changes in tension during
sewing.
• A high level of abrasion resistance.
• Sufficient surface smoothness, to pass easily
through the machine guides.
PC15. Check the conformance of raw material 5 2 3
quality to organization standards, through physical
analysis and by referring the quality analysis report
from the supplier report.
PC16. Ensure working and performance of required 5 1 4
machineries and tools.
PC17. Keep the tools accessible to attend
repairs/faults in case of breakdown. 5 1 4
Total Marks: 100 35 65
PC1. Read and understand the production order from
15 10 5
the supervisor.
PC2. Check the availability of raw materials,
3. KVTI/A0207 (Hand packaging materials, equipment availability and 6 4 2
Embriodery).
manpower.
PC3. Support in planning production sequence by:
6 4 2
• Grouping products from same variety of raw

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material.
• Grouping products that require same process.
• Selecting raw materials that do not impact the
quality of the other.
• Avoiding CIP after each product.
• Using the same equipment for various
products.
• Considering the process time for each product.
• Planning efficient utilization of
resources/manpower.
• Prioritizing urgent orders.
PC4. Calculate the batch size based on the
6 4 2
production order and manpower capacity.
PC5. Calculate the raw material requirement
(considering the process loss) to produce the required 6 2 4
quantity of finished product(s).
PC6. Calculate the raw materials, packaging
materials and manpower requirement for completing 6 3 3
the order.
PC7. Allot responsibilities/ work to the assistants and
5 3 2
helpers.
PC8. Refer to the process chart/ product flow
5 3 2
chart/formulation chart for product(s) produced.
PC9. Measure the raw materials required for the
5 3 2
batch.
PC10. Check Thread- Sewability Parameters:
• No breakages in sewing. 5 3 2
• Evenness, to prevent changes in tension during

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sewing.
• A high level of abrasion resistance.
• Sufficient surface smoothness.
PC11. Check the conformance of raw material
quality to organization standards, through physical
5 3 2
analysis and by referring the quality analysis report
from the supplier report.
PC12. Review Material/ Tools and check quality 100
through physical parameters such as strength, color, 5 3 2
texture, etc.
PC13. Ensure availability of special supplies: design;
embroidery hoop; hand embroidery thread; fabric or 5 3 2
embroiderable item and design transfer.
PC14. Choose between iron on paper, transfer pens,
5 3 2
dress-makers carbon for design transfer.
PC15. Make sure the design is transferring properly. 5 3 2
PC16. If fabric is flimsy, use some tear-away
stabilizer to help give the fabric support for the 5 3 2
stitches.
PC17. Use of pressing cloth. With a hot iron,
carefully iron over design, making sure it doesn’t 5 3 2
move or shift while ironing.
Total Marks: 100 60 40
PC1. Read and understand the production order from
15 5 10
the supervisor. 100
PC2. Check the availability of raw materials,
packaging materials, equipment availability and 15 5 10
4. KVTI/A0208 (Beadwork). manpower.
PC3. Support in planning production sequence by:
• Grouping products from same variety of raw 15 5 10
material.
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• Grouping products that require same process.
• Selecting raw materials that do not impact the
quality of the other.
• Avoiding CIP after each product.
• Using the same equipment for various
products.
• Considering the process time for each product.
• Planning efficient utilization of
resources/manpower.
• Prioritizing urgent orders.
PC4. Calculate the batch size based on the
6 1 5
production order and manpower capacity.
PC5. Calculate the raw material requirement
(considering the process loss) to produce the required 6 1 5
quantity of finished product(s).
PC6. Calculate the raw materials, packaging
materials and manpower requirement for completing 6 1 5
the order.
PC7. Allot responsibilities/ work to the assistants and
6 1 5
helpers.
PC8. Refer to the process chart/ product flow
6 1 5
chart/formulation chart for product(s) produced.
PC9. Measure the raw materials required for the
5 3 2
batch.
PC10. Check Thread- Sewability Parameters:
• No breakages in sewing.
• Evenness, to prevent changes in tension during
5 3 2
sewing.
• A high level of abrasion resistance.
Sufficient surface smoothness.
PC11. Check the conformance of raw material 5 3 2
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quality to organization standards, through physical
analysis and by referring the quality analysis report
from the supplier report.
PC12. Review Material/ Tools and check quality
through physical parameters such as strength, color, 5 3 2
texture, etc.
PC13. Ensure availability of special supplies: design;
embroidery hoop; hand embroidery thread; fabric or 5 3 2
embroiderable item and design transfer.
Total Marks: 100 100 35

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