This book addresses the attitude of teachers and students towards learning and teaching Clothing and Textiles in Nandi, Uasin Gishu and Keiyo districts in Rift Valley Province of Kenya. Dorcas discusses attitudes of secondary Home Science teachers and students and how the attitude of one group influences the attitude of the other in the process of instruction of Clothing and Textiles. Home Science subject in Kenya includes: Foods and Nutrition, Clothing and Textiles, Home Management, Consumer Education and Child Development. Through qualitative and quantitative data analysis, the author found out that the attitude of teachers and students towards Clothing and Textiles is positive but the problem is inadequate time allocated for its teaching. In this regard, she points out that Clothing and Textiles is practical, time consuming, too wide and complicated due to many processes which the student must master. Therefore, she opines that time for teaching Clothing and Textiles be increased or it be treated as a single examinable subject. The book is recommended to Clothing and Textiles scholars and students in universities, secondary schools, curriculum developers and policy makers.