How to make a phone case made from a polypropylene rubble sack (Free or Pay What You Want)

This resource is a teaching and learning resource designed for D&T teachers at secondary level. It consists of a PowerPoint with instructions on how to make a phone case out of a polypropylene rubble sack. This material is a good alternative to traditional materials as it is cheap, easy to use and gives a wipe clean surface. The project is a also a good way of introducing plastics to textiles students as part of the core content for the D&T GCSE.

The PowerPoint has 19 slides with full photo instructions for the project. It also includes ideas on developing the case further.

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Note this is a large file so it might take a while to download. The large file size may not be suitable for downloading to some mobile devices.

File is for personal use & can't be reproduced or sold commercially. ©Julie Boyd 2015