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LESSON PLAN IN TLE-HE

(Handicraft)
I. Objectives:
At the end of the lesson students are expected to:
1. identify the different embroidery stitches such as feather and fish bone stitches
2. perform different embroidery stitches (feather and fish bone stitch) based on the given steps
3. properly observed the use of embroidery tools
4. observed good working habits
II. A. Subject Matter
Concept: Feather and fish bone embroidery stitches.
Value Focus: Development of good working habit.
B. References:
Handicraft Production, Exploratory Course for Grade 7 and Grade 8, K-12 Basic Education Curriculum
Technology and Livelihood Education Learning Module.pdf
Anchor Embroidery Stitches. 100 Embroidery Stitches. A Coats Publication Book No. 1070: 1989
Arribas,
Lydia B. Technology and Home Economics- Related Crafts Fourth Year. Phoenix Publishing House.
Inc.:1999
Cruz, Nonita L. Handicraft I- First Year Home Economics. Abiva Publishing House, Inc: 1967
III. Procedure:
Developmental Activity
Learning Activity

Students Activity

Teachers Notes

A. Activity
Watch a video tutorial on how to do
feather stitch and fish bone stitch.

Students will watch a video


tutorial on how to do a feather
stitch and fish bone stitch.

The purpose of this exercise is to


help students identify the steps in
creating a feather stitch and fish
bone stitch.

Students will share to the class the


steps in creating a feather stitch
and fish bone stitch.

The teacher will guide the students


in identifying the steps in making a
feather stitch and fish bone stitch.

B. Analysis and Abstraction


Students are asked to identify the
steps in making a feather stitch and
fish bone stitch.
Power point presentation on the
steps in creating feather and fish
bone stitches.
Steps in Making a Feather Stitch

1. Mark your fabric with four


parallel guidelines.
2. To start bring your thread to the
front on the first line. Holding the
thread down with your left thumb,
insert your needle on the third line
even with where the thread emerges.
Then, working downward and
diagonally, come up on the second
line.

3. Keeping the thread under the


needle point pull the thread through
to make the first stitch.

4. Now insert your needle on the


fourth line and parallel to where
your needle emerged on the last
stitch. Come up again on the third
line.

5. Do the same thing again with the


needle down on the first line and
back up on the second. Continue
working back and forth across the
lines. Youre essentially making a
series of scallops that are held in
place by the beginning of the next
stitch.

6. To finish, take a tiny stitch over


the last loop.

And heres what it looks like


finished.

The fishbone is another stitch with a


plaited center that's perfect for
embroidering leaves, feathers, or
wings. The stitches cross slightly at
the center and the resulting plaited
effect forms the central rib.
Steps in making a Fishbone Stitch
1. Draw a fat leaf shape with a
center line that you will fill with
stitches.
2. To begin with, bring the needle
out through point A, which is the top
tip of line Y. Put it in through B, to
make a single straight stitch.

Now, bring the needle out from a


point very close to A on the line X.
Put it in through a point very close
to B on line Y. Again pull out the
needle through a point very close to
A on line Z.

This procedure of putting in the


needle through X and Z alternatively
will follow. Each time we will be
connecting X-Y and Y-Z.

Make sure all the stitch points lie


close to each other to avoid any
visible spaces.

Half way through, our leaf would


look like this. You can see the rib
being formed.

Once finished, the filled leaf would


look like this.

D. Application
Students will perform the steps in
making a feather and fish bone
stitches.

Teacher will float in the classroom


and check how the students
progresses in the assigned task.
IV. Assignment:
1. What are the steps in making a herringbone and lazy daisy chain stitch?
2. Bring the following materials for embroidery stitches: aida cloth, tapestry needle, thread, scissor,
masking tape and long bond paper or long construction paper for mounting of your output.