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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Weft
  2. Machine Needle sizing
  3. Techniques to make rolled collars behave properly when worn
  4. hong kong
  5. ham
  1. a 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.
  2. b darts and curves
  3. c stitch at 5/8, and finish both edges with tape and stitch in the ditch
  4. d Crosswise yarn; semi stable. Hangs across the body. determines the weave.
  5. e finer fabric, smaller needle. 80/12 is normal.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. lengthwise yarn; most stable direction. Hangs lengthwise on the body. On the loom first.
  2. is on an outward curve so that it can lay flat. removes excess fabric.
  3. reinforce areas that will be clipped
  4. #4. lengthen to 1 1/2 and stitch so that the edge of the curve goes over the fabric.
  5. true bias is 45 degrees and bias is the diagonal. Drapes beautifully, very expensive.

5 True/False questions

  1. reinforcement1 mm or 24 spi or
    regulation at 1/4 into the seam allowance. (used in armholes and crotch)

          

  2. corner seamsreinforce areas that will be clipped

          

  3. Flat Collars best forsew 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.

          

  4. If machine is not workingfiner fabric, smaller needle. 80/12 is normal.

          

  5. types of placketscollars