It seems I kept everything from that course. *rolls eyes*
All the calico stuff in that 50 litre container I made as part of that course. (you might call calico muslin or unbleached cotton)
There were a few unidentifiable things. I don't know what that thing above was supposed to be, but I think the one below might have been a sleeve cap or a pocket.
We did a lot of stitching samples and techniques: left - gathering; middle - straight stitch at various widths; right - top stitching.
When we covered skirts, we started with darts...
...openings and waistband facings.
The front has pockets, a zipper opening, and vent/slit that is far too high if you ask me.
We made shorts which covered how to sew elastic waist bands, body rise, top stitched hems and in seam pockets.
For bodices there was a lot of dart styles to cover.
Collar bone to bust point.
Decorative darts from shoulder curving in toward the neck and out to the bust point.
This is right side (back and front) of a high waisted dress bodice toile with a V insertion.
This is actually a usable piece of fabric. It had a pattern for some 'Marquise' inspired pantaloons drawn on it and the outline is just visible after washing.
What am I going to do with all of this? It's officially clean calico scrap now and is just too useful to be thrown out. It's very likely a lot of it will get used as stuffing or interlining or for testing stitch tension or catching excess machine oil after cleaning the sewing machine.