to close with a key, for example: to ......... the door
a card that can be sent for a special day
to show, point, or make clear in another way
an area in a room near a fireplace
a piece of land, usually in a yard next to a house, where you grow flowers and vegetables
a warm piece of winter clothing with long sleeves, made of knitted wool
any wild plant that grows in an unwanted place
a baby can drink milk from the ... (= name of the container for liquids)
to pay or receive a fixed amount of money for the use of a room
a small house, usually in the countryside
rubber band bracelets
strange, slitghtly crazy
help or gifts given to people in need
to feel you have duty to someone because they have done something for you
a machine that weaves thread into cloth can be run by hand or waterwheel, electricity,ect.
a bar/restaurant that also has hotel rooms
made at home
someone who is hiding from authorities
someone who comes in where they are unwanted
twisted the face to express a emotion
something diffucult or worrying that you are responsiple for
having to do something becuase the situation or your duty makes it necessary
a house in which a owner rents places to sleep and provides food
a loud noise that goes on for a long time
very thorough in fulfilling responsibilities
someone who is working for a change, especically as relates to society, the economy, or the goverment
well known for being bad
workers, especially workers who operate on machinery
tiring or exhausting
full of, heavily loaded with
very tired, exhausted
leaving a place of work with a good record
being put on a list of people who are disapproved of and therefore should be avoided (or not hired)
an agreement between two or more parties for the doing or not doing of something specified.
a statement of the approximate charge for work to be done, submitted by a person or business firm ready to undertake the work
a material (such as straw, leaves, or small pieces of wood) that is spread over the ground in a garden to protect the plants or help them grow and to stop weeds from growing
the upper layer of earth that may be dug or plowed and in which plants grow
a strong, rough fabric that is used mostly for making bags
a usually tall plant that has a thick, wooden stem and many large branches
a low usually several-stemmed woody plant
a plant that has very long stems and that grows along the ground or up and around something (such as a wall or tree)
a part of a tree that grows out from the trunk
to cut off some of the branches of (a tree or bush) so that it will grow better or look better
to form or shape beforehand
falling off or shed seasonally or at a certain stage of development in the life cycle
having foliage that remains green and functional through more than one growing season
the tough exterior covering of a woody root or stem
the visual or tactile surface characteristics and appearance of something
having little space and parts that are close together
a minute opening especially in an animal or plant; especially : one by which matter passes through a membrane
a substance that plants, animals, and people need to live and grow
a substance (such as manure or a special chemical) that is added to soil to help the growth of plants
a natural white substance used to flavor or preserve food;
Sheer, voile-like textile
a synthetic polymer fiber that contains at least 85% acrylonitrile.
a sewing technique in which fabric shapes, lace or trim, are sewn onto a foundation fabric to create designs.
a soft fibre that grows around the seeds o
denotes a rugged cotton twill textile.
color fabric. There
The fibers form the structure of the fabric.
garment worker folds up a cut edge, folds it up again, and then sews it down.
Knitting is the Process of inter-looping of yarns or inter-meshing of loops
The fabric is lightweight openwork fabric, patterned,
fibers woven in a grid-like structure
natural protein fiber that can be woven into textiles
protective shield worn on the finger or thumb.
type of tufted fabric in which the cut threads are very evenly distributed,
fiber derived from the hair of domesticated animals, usually sheep.
long continuous length of interlocked fibers,
trimming in clothing and home decorating
is a fine woven fabric or gauze.
single turn or loop of the thread or yarn in sewing,
The raw material (single thread) such as cotton, wool, or silk which is spun into a yarn
A group of fibres spun together to make a long strand suitable for making into material (fabric)
The cloth formed from yarns being woven or knitted together
The strong outside edge of a piece of fabric
The threads that run parallel to the selvedge
The threads that run from selvedge to selvedge, across the width of the fabric
The crosswise threads of the fabric. The true bias makes a 45°angle with the straight threads and is stretchy
The raised surface of a fabric that may pick up the light differently when held in various positions and traps
Thin or thick yarns are twisted together to varying thicknesses, especially common in wool
Usually indicated by an arrow on patterns to show the direction to place them on the fabric
A special type of cotton used for sewing
It holds the fabric in place where the needle is stitching the fabric on at sewing machine (2 words)
It protects your finger as you sew by hand. It can be used to push the needle through the fabric.
This type of stitching is temporary to hold fabric in place and then pulled out later in the project
This is threaded and used to sew fabric together
An iron is used to do this. Steam can be used. The iron is held in one place at a time while doing this.
Most thread comes on one of these
These are used to hold fabric together before the fabric goes through the sewing machine.
The finished edge on the bottom of a dress or sleeve.
The "pretty side" of the fabric. The part of the fabric with the design to be shown on the outside of the project.
They are used to cut fabric.
A fabric that covers up the inside seams of a garment or sometimes used in a tote bag.
These help move the fabric through the sewing machine by grabbing the fabric with metal teeth (2 words)
This is used to hold the fabric together in a finished garment or project.
This can be used to open and close a bag or the back of a dress or the fly of pants.
A valuable tool in the sewing room to give a garment a finished look. It is used after sewing the seams together.
A three layered item with stitching through all three layers to hold them together. It can be used as a bed spread.
The line of stitching holding pieces of fabric together for crafts of clothing.
Pressing or ironing is done with this tool. It can get very hot.
Name the piece of equipment used to prevent the edge of the fabric from fraying.
Tool that holds fabric in place while sewing.
Tool used to cut fabric.
Tool used to remove stitches when a mistake is made.
The edge at the bottom of a garment is called the ______.
A material which has edges that do not fray.
Used for making temporary marks on fabric.
Equipment used for pressing a garment.
Used for storage of pins.
Fabric scissors should only be used to cut ___________.
Used to take body measurements.
Tool used for hand embroidery.
A fibre derived from the hair of a domesticated animal, usually sheep.
The clear plastic disk which is placed in the bottom of the machine.
Cotton ____________ easily and will require ironing.
When you sew two piece of fabric together, it is called a ______________
Cotton is ____________ to wear and suitable for summer
The two reinforced edges of a piece of fabric.
To ensure stitching does not come undone you need to ___________
Occupational Health and __________.
The person you are designing for.
The paragraph which sets up the initial problen for the designer is called the ___________.
_____________ fibres come from plant and animal sources
plant sources include cotton and ________
Cotton comes from __________ __________
Animal sources include ______ and silk
linen comes from the ________ plant
Manufactured fibres are created from a ____________ of raw materials
Examples of __________ fibres are viscose and acetate
Examples of synthetic fibres are ___________ and acrylic
Cotton grows in ______, moist climates
Undesirable properties of cotton are _____________, not very stretchy, burns easily & shrinks
Flax grows in ________, damp climates
Wool is the most common ___________ fibre used
when wool is cleaned and combed it is called __________
Wool is used to make household products such as blankets, _____________ and rugs
Silk is produced from a _________________
The worms spin __________ of silk
Regenerated fibres contain _____________ because they come from plants
__________ describes the thickness of manufactured fibres
When cotton & polyester are mixed together ____________ is created
Printing means applying colour and _________ to one side of the fabric only