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CSET Home Economics

Subjects : cset, home-economics
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1. Elements of the design are centered or evenly divided both vertically and horizontally. If the garment is split in half then the each side would be 'mirror images' of one another.

2. Garment with roses of similar size placed evenly on the garment.

3. A focal point of the garment can help bring attention to the garment in a tasteful way. Garments that are too 'flashy' or depend on gaudy features are unappealing. The focal point should be related to the total whole cohesion of the garment. Can be c

4. Similar to balance. Proportion refers to how various lines - images and other design elements fit the garment in comparison to one another. Clothing with bad proportion will be overwhelming and unappealing.

5. An image of a rose filling the whole garment so it doesn't 'fit' the garment; garment with roses of differing sizes scattered all over would not be good proportion as the roses would not relate to each other.

6. Balance - emphasis - proportion - unity - rhythm

7. The overall design has a sense of flow where one part of the design flows into the next. The most common way to achieve rhythm is by using patterns or colors throughout a garment.

8. Both sides of the garment (left and right) appear to be similar to one another - but they do not need to be the exact same. Balance is extremely important because if a garment does not have balance then the garment will not seem as if the parts are e

9. Both sides of the garment are not 'mirror images'. However - the garment still has enough of the same weight to be seen as a cohesive garment.

10. When all parts of the garment look as if they belong together. Unity is generally achieved when all of the elements of design (color - lines - shape - form) coordinate to create a cohesive look. When unity is not achieved the garment will not convey