How Clothing is Made: A Garment Industry Field Trip DVD

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Grades 7-12.

Take your students behind the scenes in the garment industry. Make a visit to Henry-Lee Apparel in Chicago, a family business that makes over 500 styles a year for six brand lines. Follow each step of a garment production from raw fabric to its delivery to the retail outlet. Learn the role of the designer, pattern maker, marker, spreader, and cutter. See how progressive bundling and whole garment manufacturing differ. Learn how a small garment maker can compete in a global economy. 18 minutes. Copyright 2004.

Item Weight: 0.31
Brand: Learning Seed
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Grade: 7 - 12
School Type: Middle School, High School
Prop 65:
Age: 12 yrs. - 18 yrs.
Subject Areas: Design
 

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