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Competency Based Learning Material

Sector: GARMENT SECTOR

Qualification
DRESS MAKING NC II
Unit of Competency:
DRAFT AND CUT PATTERN OF CASUAL APPAREL (BLOUSE)
Module Title
DRAFTING AND CUTTING PATTERN OF CZSUAL APPAREL
(BLOUSE)

KABANKALAN CATHCATHOLIC COLLEGE


DRESS MAKING NC II

The Dress making NC II consists of competencies that must possess to


enable to ____________

This Qualification is packaged from the competency map of the Garment


Sector
The unit of competency comprising this qualification includes the following:

CODE BASIC COMPETENCIES


500311105 Participate in workplace communication
500311106 Work in a team environment
500311107 Practice career professionalism
500311108 Practice occupational health and safety procedures

CODE COMMON COMPETENCIES


GRM743203 Carry out measurements and calculation
GRM743204 Set up and operate machine/s
GRM743205 Perform basic maintenance
GRM743206 Apply quality standards

CODE CORE COMPETENCIES


GRM743301 Draft and cut pattern of casual apparel
GRM743301 Prepare and cut materials of casual apparel
GRM743303 Sew casual apparel
GRM743304 Apply finishing touches on casual apparel

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Welcome to the Module Draft and Cut pattern of Casual Apparel (Blouse).
This module contains training materials and activities for you to complete.

The unit of competency “Draft and Cut Pattern Of Casual Apparel


(blouse)” contains knowledge, skills and attitudes required for a Dress Making NC
II course.

You are required to go through a series of learning activities in order to


complete each of the learning outcomes of the module. In each learning outcome
there are Information Sheets, Operation Sheets, and Task Sheets. Follow these
activities on your own and answer the Self-Check at the end of each learning
activity.

If you have questions, don’t hesitate to ask your trainer for assistance.

Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL)

You may already have some of the knowledge and skills covered in this
module because you have:
o been working for some time
o Already have completed training in this area.

If you can demonstrate to your trainer/instructor that you are competent


in a particular skill or skills, talk to him/her about having them formally
recognized so you don’t have to do the same training again. If you have a
qualification or Certificate of Competency from previous trainings show it to your
trainer. If the skills you acquired are still current and relevant to this module,
they may become part of the evidence you can present for RPL. If you are not sure
about the currency of your skills, discuss it with your trainer.

After completing this module ask your trainer to assess your competency.
Result of your assessment will be recorded in your competency profile. All the
learning activities are designed for you to complete at your own pace.

Inside this module you will find the activities for you to complete followed
by relevant information sheets for each learning outcome. Each learning outcome
may have more than one learning activity.

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MODULE CONTENT

Program/Course : Dress Making NC II


Unit of Competency : Draft and cut pattern of casual apparel (blouse)
Module : Drafting and Cutting Pattern of Casual Apparel (blouse)

INTRODUCTION
This module contains information and suggested learning activities on
Drafting and Cutting of Casual Apparel (blouse) It includes activities and
materials on Installation of Computer Systems and Networks.

Completion of this module will help you better understand the succeeding
module on the ________________________

This module consists of 5 learning outcomes. Each learning outcome


contains learning activities supported by each instruction sheets. Before you
perform the instructions, read the information sheets and answer the self-check
and activities provided to ascertain to yourself and your trainer that you have
acquired the knowledge necessary to perform the skill portion of the particular
learning outcome.

Upon completion of this module, report to your trainer for assessment to


check your achievement of knowledge and skills requirement of this module. If
you pass the assessment, you will be given a certificate of completion.

SUMMARY OF LEARNING OUTCOMES:

Upon completion of the module you should be able to:

LO1 Plan Garment Design


LO2 Take client’s body measurement
LO3 Draft basic/block pattern
LO4 Manipulate pattern
LO5 Cut final pattern

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ASSESSMENT CRITERIA

Learning Outcome #2. Take client’s body measurement

CONTENTS:
2.1Preparing measuring tools
2.2 Procedures in taking body measurement
2.3 Sequence and position on taking body measurement
2.4 Recording body measurement

CONDITIONS:

Trainees will be provided with the following:

Standard body measurement:

1.1 Shoulder
1.2 Neck circumference
1.3 Chest width and bust circumference
1.4 Bust height and width
1.5 Figure (front and back)
1.6 Waistline
1.7 Hips
1.8 Length of sleeve, blouse, skirt and casual dress
1.9 Armhole circumference

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Assessment Methods:
o Written test
o Oral test
o Performance test

PRE-REQUISITES:

Assessment Criteria:

1.1 Measuring tools are prepared in accordance with job requirements.


1.2 Body measurements are taken based on procedures
1.3 Body measurements of client are taken in sequence according to job
requirements and standard body measurement
1.4 Body measurements are recorded in line with company
requirements/pratice

Resources:

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Tools, Materials and Equipment and Facilities
 Tape Measure

References:

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LEARNING EXPERIENCES/ACTIVITIES

LO #2: Take client’s body measurement

Learning Activities Special Instructions

1.Read the attached Information You can ask the assistance of your
Sheet 1.2-1 on preparing trainer explain further the topics you
measuring tools. cannot understand

2.Answer Self-Check 1.2-1 on Try to answer the Self-Check without


preparing measuring tools looking at the information sheet

3.Compareyour answer to
Answer Key 1.2-1

4.Perform Task Sheet 1.2-1 Observe the demonstration of your


trainer and check the procedures while
performing the operation.

5. Read the attached Information You can ask the assistance of your trainer
Sheet 1.2-2 explain further the topics you cannot
understand

6. Answer Self-Check1.2-2 Try to answer the Self-Check without


looking at the information sheet
7. Read the attached Information You can ask the assistance of your trainer
Sheet 1.2-3 explain further the topics you cannot
understand
8. Answer Self-Check 1.2-3 on Try to answer the Self-Check without
preparing measuring tools looking at the information sheet
9. Compare your answer to
Answer Key 1.2-3

<Actitivities will be the selected learning content activities from your


session plan>

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INFORMATION SHEET # 1.2-1

Learning Objective: After reading this information sheet, YOU MUST


Be able to prepare measuring tools for taking client’s
body measurement.

Measuring tools needed in taking client’s body


measurement.

1. Tape measure

Tape measures that were intended for use in tailoring or dressmaking were
made from flexible cloth or plastic. They are named "sewing tape". These types of
tape measures were mainly used for the measuring of the human's waist line.
Today, measuring tapes made for sewing are made of fiberglass, which does not
tear or stretch as easily.

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2. Sewing gauge – a small ruler with a sliding guide and is about six inches
long. This gauge used for measurements at hem line.

3. Ruler- This see-through ruler is a must for any seamstress

o Parallel slots for precision markings from 1/4" to 2-5/8"


o Measure and mark exact locations for buttons, buttonholes, pockets, etc.
o Simplify pattern alterations
o Measure straight of grain from selvage
o Guide tracing wheel and pencil markings
o Measure and mark spacing for pleats and tucks
o Measure and mark bias strips
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o Mark guide lines for decorative stitching
o Acrylic; 4" x 15"

4. Yard stick-is made up of smooth, shellacked hard wood or metal. It is


used for marking hemlines and checking grain lines when laying out
pattern

5. Hem marker- is a guide for measuring and marking hemlines.

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INFORMATION SHEET # 1.2-2

Learning Objective: After reading this information sheet, YOU MUST


Be able to identify the procedures in taking body
measurement.

Procedure in Taking Body Measurements

There are several parts of the body to be measured. These are taken in:

 Horizontal measurement
 Vertical measurement
 Circumferential measurement
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The horizontal measurement is taken from the left of the figure to the right.

shoulder

Shoulder. Measurement is taken from the tip of the left shoulder to the tip of
the right shoulder, arching slightly to cover the cervical prominence of the neck
bone.

bust point

Bust point width. Measurement is taken across from the tip of the left bust
point to the tip of the right bust point.

The circumferential measurement is taken around the body.

bust

Bust. Measurement is taken around the bust with the tape measure
running on the same level in front, at the back and on the sides.
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waist

Waist. Measurement taken around the smallest part of the torso.

hip

First hip. Measurement is taken around the hip level where the stomach is
fullest.

Second hip. Measurement is taken around the hip level where the buttocks are
fullest.

armhole

Armhole. Measurement is taken around the armhole.

arm girth
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Arm girth. Measurement is taken around the arm.

The vertical measurement is taken from the top of the body figure to its base.

figure back

Figure back. Measurement is taken from the center of the back shoulder over
the shoulder blade down to the waistline level.

figure front

Figure front. Measurement taken from the neck point passing over the bust
down to the waistline level.

bust point height

Bust point height. Measurement is taken from the neck point down to the
highest point of the bust.

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sleeve

Length of sleeve. Measurement is taken from the shoulder point down to the
desired length in the arms.

skirt

Length of skirt. Measurement is taken from the waist down to the desired
length.

INFORMATION SHEET # 1.2-3

Learning Objective: After reading this information sheet, YOU MUST


Be able to identify the standard body measurement.

Standard Body Measurements

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Most crochet and knitting pattern instructions will provide general sizing
information, such as the chest or bust measurements of a completed garment.
Many patterns also include detailed schematics or line drawings. These
drawings show specific garment measurements (bust/chest, neckline, back,
waist, sleeve length, etc.) in all the different pattern sizes. To insure proper fit,
always review all of the sizing information provided in a pattern before you
begin.

Very-close fitting: Actual chest/bust measurement or less


Close-fitting: 1–2"/2.5–5cm
Standard-fitting: 2–4"/5–10cm
4–6"/10–15cm
Loose-fitting:
Oversized: 6"/15cm or more
The Length Chart provides average lengths for children’s, women’s and men’s
garments.

Length Chart
Waist Length Hip Length Tunic Length
Actual body 2"/5cm down from 6"/15cm down from
Child
measurement waist waist
Actual body 6"/15cm down from 11"/28cm down from
Woman
measurement waist waist
Men’s length usually varies only 1–2"/2.5–5cm from the actual “back
Men
hip length” measurement
)

Measuring the standard measurement are illustrated:

Neck. Measure around the neck

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Shoulder. Measurement is taken from the tip of the left shoulder to the tip of
the right shoulder, arching slightly to cover the cervical prominence of the neck
bone.

Bust point width. Measurement is taken across from the tip of the left bust
point to the tip of the right bust point.

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Bust. Measurement is taken around the bust with the tape measure
running on the same level in front, at the back and on the sides.

Waist. Measurement taken around the smallest part of the torso.

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hip

First hip. Measurement is taken around the hip level where the stomach is
fullest.

Second hip. Measurement is taken around the hip level where the buttocks are
fullest.

Armhole. Measurement is taken around the armhole.

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arm girth

Arm girth. Measurement is taken around the arm.

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figure back

Figure back. Measurement is taken from the center of the back shoulder over
the shoulder blade down to the waistline level.

figure front

Figure front. Measurement taken from the neck point passing over the bust
down to the waistline level.
bust point height

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Bust point height. Measurement is taken from the neck point down to the
highest point of the bust.

Length of sleeve. Measurement is taken from the shoulder point down to the
desired length in the arms.

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skirt

Length of skirt. Measurement is taken from the waist down to the desired
length.

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SELF CHECK 1.2-1

Read each item carefully and choose the letter of the best answer from the
choices below.

1. A flexible tape used for taking body measurement.

A. Ruler
B. Tape measure
C. Yard stick
D. Hem gauge

2. This is used to shape the depth of the neck and arm hole of the pattern.
A. French curve
B. Ruler
C. Tape measure
D. Yard stick

3. Is a guide for measuring and marking hem lines.


A. French curve
B. Hem gauge
C. Tape measure
D. Ruler

4. Is made up of smooth, shellacked hard wood or metal. It is used for marking


hemlines and checking grain lines when laying out pattern.
A. Yard stick
B. Hem gauge
C. Tape measure
D. Ruler

5. Is a small ruler with a sliding guide and is about six inches long. This gauge
used for measurements at hem line.
A. Hem gauge
B. Ruler
C. Tape measure
D. Sewing gauge

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SELF CHECK 1.2-2

Identify the body measurement which is define below.

1. Measurement of the fullest part of your hips.


2. Measurement is taken from the shoulder point down to the desired length
in the arms.
3. Measurement is taken from the center of the back shoulder over the
shoulder blade down to the waistline level.
4. Measurement is taken from the left of the figure to the right.
5. Measurement is taken around the body.

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SELF CHECK 1.2-3

On standard body measurement

True or false. Write true if the statement is correct and false if otherwise.

1. Figure front is the measurement taken from the neck point passing over the
bust down to the waistline level.

2. Waist Measurement is taken around the bust with the tape measure
running on the same level in front, at the back and on the sides.

3. Armhole measurement is taken around the armhole.

4. Bust point width measurement is taken across from the tip of the left bust
point to the tip of the right bust point.

5. Figure front measurement is taken from the center of the back shoulder over
the shoulder blade down to the waistline level.

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Answer key 1.2-1
on measuring tools

1. B

2. A

3. B

4. A

5. D

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Answer key # 1.2-2
on procedures in taking body measurement

1. Second hip
2. Length of sleeve
3. Figure back
4. Horizontal measurement
5. Circumferential measurement

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Answer key # 1.2-3
on standard body measurement

1. T
2. F
3. T
4. T
5. F

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TASK or JOB SHEET 1.2-2

Title: Procedures in Taking Body Measurement

Performance Objective: After reading this information sheet, YOU MUST


Be able to demonstrate the procedures in taking body
measurement.

Supplies/Materials: Tape measure

Steps/Procedures:

1. Measure from the left of the figure to the right for horizontal
measurement.

2. Measure around the body for circumferential measurement

3. Measure the top of the body figure to its base for the vertical
measurement

Assessment Method:
 Written test
 Demonstration

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PERFORMANCE CHECKLIST

Performance Criteria YES NO

1. Did the trainee perform the horizontal measurement?

2. Did the trainee perform circumferential measurement?

3. Did the trainee perform the vertical measurement?

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References:

Kenneth Dion Roque Crisostomo et.al Dress Making, Salesiana book by Don
Bosco Press
http://www.sewing.org/files/guidelines/1_135_measuring%20tools.pdf

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