Blog posts tagged in Fashion & Textiles
Our awesome Culinary Arts & Fashion and Textiles students participated in the Fine Arts Festival in the Performing Arts Center last night. The Advanced Culinary Arts students prepared & served scrumptious appetizers including chicken salad croissants, bacon wrapped pork tenderloin medallions, spinach artichoke dip, bruschetta, and an assortment of desserts. The Fashion & Textiles students sumbitted many of their recent projects to be displayed during the festival including clothing, pillows, bags, and more. A lot of work went into making this festival happen and we appreciate the time & effort these students & staff members put into making this event happen. What a wonderful evening it was full of student talent!
As an added bonus, the culinary students served leftover goodies from last night right outside the Blue Apron for students & staff both to enjoy! We are so proud of our senior culinary students & wish them the best of luck after graduation!!
It's beginning to look a lot like the end of the semester!!! Fashion and Textile students are beginning to finish their PJ pants and are ready to stay cozy and warm this winter. Mrs. Carmichael's students have learned so many valuable skills this semester. One student said the skill she has had to practice the most is patience!!! Something we can all use a bit more of. What a wonderful "sewmester" it has been!
Fashion & Textile students have come a long way this semester. Students who had never sewn
before are now making their first garment--pajama pants. The skills and creativity these students have developed and shown are incredible. These are a few pictures of our students in action!
Fashion & Textiles have been learning about the difference between woven and knit fabrics. They have learned to knit and weave and the projects they have produced are as individual as the students. It has been a fun way to express creativity while learning new skills.
Kierra, who is taking Fashion & Textiles this semester, saw a need, had an idea and enriched our school community this week. After a recent visit to the nurse, Kierra found that there were no heating pads available to students. She decided to create reusable bags that can be heated and used to reduce pain. Nurse Megan was thankful for this generous donation. Thanks, Kierra, for enriching the lives of others at WACC/WCHS!!!