Textile, Quilts & Apparel

Listed as: How it is listed in the 4H enrollment website.
  C&FS:Textile, Quilts & Apparel
Knowledge Levels
  • Beginner (A)
  • Intermediate (B)
  • Advanced (C)
Geo Scope
  • County Eligible
  • State Eligible
  • Understand the basic of sewing
  • Understand textiles through science experiments
  • Learn about how textiles are engineered into garments
  • Build upon the sewing basics learned in STEAM 1
  • Focus on advanced engineering techniques
  • Learn about finishing touches and style to garments
  • Learn the basics on how to build a business
  • Learn new technological options available in sewing
  • Discover the science behind textiles and fabrics
  • Learn about complex patterns and difficult fabrics
  • Market garments as a business
  • Learn design basics
  • Create embellishments and treatments
  • Learn about the art of clothing construction
  • Learn about design elements, design principles, and applications
  • Construct a quilt from start to finish
  • Explore quilt science applications in other media
  • Learn about types of yarn and yarn weights
  • Develop basic to advanced knitting skills
  • Combine knitting with garment making
  • Knit with double-pointed needles
  • Learn basic to advanced crochet stitches
  • Select yarn/thread for crocheting
  • Learn about blocking and changing colors
  • Design a new stitch or pattern
  • Work with other media such as leather, wood and beads
Resources:  Consumer and Family Sciences > Textile, Quilts & Apparel