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    Do you reccomend it?
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    I need to decide whether to take it or not?
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    I take GCSE textiles. I would recommend it because there are ways to get around the bits you don't like - e.g. taking photos of your work instead of drawing it, even though you will have to do a bit of everything. Anything you do wrong is actually better than getting it right first time, because you can show where you went wrong and how you fixed the mistake, which is worth more marks.It's not always about textiles and fabric itself. A lot is about artists and researching them and their work. There is not only fabric and thread involved, but a lot of drawing on paper, painting, and techniques like batik and weaving.Only take it if you like arty things, because you will hate at least 90% of it otherwise!
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    (Original post by bumblebeehugger)
    I take GCSE textiles. I would recommend it because there are ways to get around the bits you don't like - e.g. taking photos of your work instead of drawing it, even though you will have to do a bit of everything. Anything you do wrong is actually better than getting it right first time, because you can show where you went wrong and how you fixed the mistake, which is worth more marks.It's not always about textiles and fabric itself. A lot is about artists and researching them and their work. There is not only fabric and thread involved, but a lot of drawing on paper, painting, and techniques like batik and weaving.Only take it if you like arty things, because you will hate at least 90% of it otherwise!
    eeee!!! I wan to become a Lawyer/Theologist/Culinary Chemist/Fashion designer so I'll take it... Grade 9 here I come!!!!
    Thanks for replying!!!
 
 
 
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