5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- french seam
- blind hem
- Techniques to make rolled collars behave properly when worn
- sleeve board
- a blind stitch on the machine #7.
- b sleeves or board
- c 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.
- d Crosswise yarn; semi stable. Hangs across the body. determines the weave.
- e 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.
5 Multiple choice questions
- trimming to different lengths. typically 3/8 and a 1/4. Widest to the world. the larger of the grades sits underneath the top layer of fabric on the garment.
- check the threading, and if the needle and bobbin/ bobbin case are in correctly. Then check tension.
- sew at 5/8. pressed under at 1/4 and stitched less than an 1/8
- secures the facing to allowances. at an 1/8 or closer.
- finer fabric, smaller needle. 80/12 is normal.
5 True/False questions
Warp → lengthwise yarn; most stable direction. Hangs lengthwise on the body. On the loom first.
hong kong → stitch at 5/8, and finish both edges with tape and stitch in the ditch
seams great → sew at 5/8. wrap seams great along each edge and zig zag in place.
point presser → collars
Bias → true bias is 45 degrees and bias is the diagonal. Drapes beautifully, very expensive.