textiles to the moon & beyond

TEXT’ILE, adjective [Latin textilis.] Woven, or capable of being woven.
TEXT’ILE, noun That which is or may be woven.

My favourite dictionary has these two definitions for textiles. The later reminded me of something I discovered whilst researching on Cornell’s HEARTH* web site: Style Engineers.

Style Engineers is a fully developed and free short-course for girls and young women who like fashion and fabric, and might also be interested in a career in the STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math).

There’s a companion section to train prospective leaders (teachers).

If you’ve wondered what textiles are used in space, here’s your chance to have a peek behind the helmet. Scroll down this page for these short videos:

  • We are engineers!
  • Movement Improvement
  • Marvelous Materials
  • Smart Clothing
  • Patternmaking Tools & Tech

Your mission, should you wish to accept it, is consult your local guild or club or WI and see if there’s any interest in this course.  Good luck!

Partnering with Wild Daffodil for Textile Tuesday.

(*HEARTH led to my series on fitting, which I mentioned in last week’s post.)

7 thoughts on “textiles to the moon & beyond”

  1. Thank you for your comment. Hope my first comment didn’t sound “flip” as I get right flustered if someone uses “inspire” in any form and connects it to my feeble efforts.

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  2. Whether we’re walking along on the moors, the moon, or dancing on-stage it’s best if we’re wearing something besides our skin. Know wa’ah mean?! 😘 🤣

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