F08 Stitches - STITCHES HOLDING THE GARMENT TOGETHER G Please sign in Stitch The Definition Stitches Thread inter-looping or inter-locking to make

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Unformatted text preview: STITCHES: HOLDING THE GARMENT TOGETHER G Please sign in Stitch: The Definition Stitches Thread inter-looping or inter-locking to make seams or to hold layers together. Stitches may finish an edge (EF) or are used ornamentally (OS). Not to be confused with TYPES OF SEAMS. What to look for: STITCH TYPE LOCKSTITCH: MACHINE USES 2 THREADS INTERLOCKING TO COMPLETE A STITCH- • One thread fed from above and one thread (the bobbin) fed from below. Passing of a thread over or around another thread or loop of another thread STITCH TYPE CHAINSTITCH: INTRA OR INTERLOOPING THREADS Simple chainstitch machines will use only one thread to complete a stitch: Passing of a loop of thread through another loop formed by the same thread, Intralooping Complex chainstitch machines will use 3 to 5 threads to complete a stitch: Passing of a loop of thread through another loop formed by a different thread, Interlooping Both are fed from above and looped by mechanisms beneath. IDENTIFY BY THE CHAINSTITCH UNDERNEATH STITCH TYPE HAND STITCHES STITCH CLASSIFICATIONS Progress from 100 to 600+ Stitch classes are designated and identified by the first digit of a "3 -digit numerals system" Types of stitch within each class are designated and...
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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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F08 Stitches - STITCHES HOLDING THE GARMENT TOGETHER G Please sign in Stitch The Definition Stitches Thread inter-looping or inter-locking to make

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