Designing and Making with Textiles at Lower Key Stage Two: Designing a Printed Cushion Cover
One of the trial units from the Nuffield Primary Solutions in Design and Technology. In this unit, children design and make a small printed cushion cover.
The purpose of this activity is to explore the decorative use of lettering and pattern when
applied to fabric, and also to produce a useful item for the home.
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Resource by: Nuffield Foundation
The resource is part of Nuffield Foundation
- Nuffield Primary Design and Technology
- Working with Textiles and Food at Key Stages One and Two
- Designing and Making with Textiles at Lower Key Stage Two: Designing a Printed Cushion Cover