F08 Seams, EF & Darts

F08 Seams, EF & Darts - HOW GARMENTS TAKE SHAPE...

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    HOW GARMENTS TAKE SHAPE PROVIDING THE STRUCTURE SEAMS, EDGE TREATMENTS & DARTS  Finding Quality in Structure
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    SEAMS What constitutes a seam? Seams may be straight or curved How to determine the right seam for  the right treatment
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    SEAM PERFORMANCE Seam Pucker Bulk Seam Strength Failing Seams: Why They Fail Raw Edge  Broken Seam / Seam Slippage / Seam Grin
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    SEAM PERFORMANCE
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    IDENTIFYING PHYSICAL  FEATURES 4 Major Classes of Seams Superimposed Seams-SS Lapped Seams-LS Flat Seams-FS Bound Seams-BS
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    SUPERIMPOSED SEAMS (SS) 2 plies of fabric are piled on top of one another and stitched.  The majority of Seams fall into  this classification. Plain Seams (SSa) and the various names Bias Crossed Eased Fused Over-edged
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    SUPERIMPOSED SEAMS (SS) Enclosed Seams French Seams (SSae - 2) Mock French Seams (SSa) Hairline Seams
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    SUPERIMPOSED SEAMS SS Enclosed Seams
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    SUPERIMPOSED SEAMS SS Enclosed Seams
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    LAPPED SEAMS (LS) Pieces of fabric are folded and stitched not  superimposed, but face opposite direction to  complete the seam.  Glued Flat-Felled Seams (LSc) Mock Flat-Felled Seams (LSbm) Tuck and Slot Seams Welt Seams (LSq)
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    LAPPED SEAMS (LS)
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This note was uploaded on 04/12/2009 for the course TXA 316Q taught by Professor Prideaux during the Fall '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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