5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- types of plackets
- shirt tail hem
- sleeve board
- a #4. lengthen to 1 1/2 and stitch so that the edge of the curve goes over the fabric.
- b press at 1/4 and then sew at 1/4
- c cutting to shorter lengths. We do this to reduce reduce bulk. Usually paired with grading.
- d men's tailored placket
women and children continuous bound
- e sleeves or board
5 Multiple choice questions
- stitch at 1/4 and then pink the edge.
- on an insider curve, so that it can stretch to flat better.
- finer fabric, smaller needle. 80/12 is normal.
- two rows: 3/8 and 5/8
three rows: 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4
- lengthwise yarn; most stable direction. Hangs lengthwise on the body. On the loom first.
5 True/False questions
Techniques to make rolled collars behave properly when worn → by pulling out the facing edge to make the turn of cloth. aka favoring the edge. Trim and grade properly. Press the seam open before flipping it around.
Regulation → #4. lengthen to 1 1/2 and stitch so that the edge of the curve goes over the fabric.
french seam → Sew wrong sides together at 3/8, trim to 1/4, and then fold so that right sides together and then stitch at 1/4.
curved seams → reduce stitch length around corners
notching → cutting to shorter lengths. We do this to reduce reduce bulk. Usually paired with grading.