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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. grading
  2. flat felled
  3. serpentine
  4. hong kong
  5. trimming
  1. a #4. lengthen to 1 1/2 and stitch so that the edge of the curve goes over the fabric.
  2. b 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.
  3. c cutting to shorter lengths. We do this to reduce reduce bulk. Usually paired with grading.
  4. d stitch at 5/8, and finish both edges with tape and stitch in the ditch
  5. e 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.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 3-4 mm 6-8 spi
  2. press at 1/4 and then sew at 1/4
  3. darts and curves
  4. reinforce areas that will be clipped
  5. check the threading, and if the needle and bobbin/ bobbin case are in correctly. Then check tension.

5 True/False questions

  1. gathering techniquestwo rows: 3/8 and 5/8
    three rows: 1/4, 1/2, and 3/4

          

  2. under-stitchingsecures the facing to allowances. at an 1/8 or closer.

          

  3. corner seamsreinforce areas that will be clipped

          

  4. french seamSew wrong sides together at 3/8, trim to 1/4, and then fold so that right sides together and then stitch at 1/4.

          

  5. notchingtrimming 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.