Lining Lining is an important process It is done in almost all leather goods In

Lining lining is an important process it is done in

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Lining: Lining is an important process. It is done in almost all leather goods. In lining, the lining pattern must always be bigger than the leather component pattern. When the lining is done, the excess lining can be trimmed off to achieve perfect lining. If the lining pattern and the leather component pattern are of the same size, there is every possibility of imperfect lining due to shrinkage of lining or due to inaccurate lining process. Types of linings: 1. Edge lining, 2. Full lining, 3. Drop-in- lining: Gussets making: Gussets are determined by its holding capacity of leather goods. Gussets are inserted where spaciousness is required. Articles, with proportionate gussets assembled in right way and stitched properly, give well outlook and serve for a long time. Gussets are made in a variety of
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types and commonly used gussets in leather goods making are side gussets, continuous gussets and folded gussets. Gussets are also made with different types of gusset joints. 1. Side Gussets 2. Continuous Gussets 3. Folded gussets Types of construction: In leather goods manufacturing, different techniques of constructions are used for making leather goods. Most commonly used constructions are: a) Cut edge construction, b) turnover-edge construction (fold-edge construction), c) turn-edge construction (stitch and turn construction), d) butt-edge construction, e) Moulded construction, f) Built-up construction, g) box-work construction, h) Limp construction, i) Semi-limp construction, j) Stiffened construction and k) Edge construction. Anatomy of bag:
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