5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- shirt tail hem
- Machine Needle sizing
- blind hem
- curved seams
- a blind stitch on the machine #7.
- b cutting to shorter lengths. We do this to reduce reduce bulk. Usually paired with grading.
- c press at 1/4 and then sew at 1/4
- d finer fabric, smaller needle. 80/12 is normal.
- e reinforce areas that will be clipped
5 Multiple choice questions
- #4. lengthen to 1 1/2 and stitch so that the edge of the curve goes over the fabric.
- sew at 5/8. wrap seams great along each edge and zig zag in place.
- #2 stitch on edge. Catch the outside.
- two rows: 3/8 and 5/8
three rows: 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4
- 1 mm or 24 spi or
regulation at 1/4 into the seam allowance. (used in armholes and crotch)
5 True/False questions
Warp → lengthwise yarn; most stable direction. Hangs lengthwise on the body. On the loom first.
flat felled → sew wrong sides together. Trim one down to 1/4 and fold the other under. Sew so that the larger, folded edge covers the raw trimed edge.
unlike curves → start in the middle. Clip and notch. Reinforce
Bias → true bias is 45 degrees and bias is the diagonal. Drapes beautifully, very expensive.
ham → darts and curves