വിഭാഗം: Stitches

The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Crow's Foot Tack

Crow’s Foot Tack

The crow’s foot tack is similar to the arrowhead tack. Begin by marking a small triangle in the required place. Bring the needle up from the wrong side through the bottom left corner of the triangle. Take a diagonal stitch from right to left through the top point, then repeat this in the bottom right […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Baseball Stitch

Baseball Stitch

A stitch normally used to join two seams without any bulk. Used on interfacings. Begin by laying fabrics right sides up and just touching at the edges to be joined. Take the needle through the fabric about 1cm away from the edge. Repeat this on the other side taking with a stitch distance between 1-1.5cm. […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Bar Tack

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Tacks are mainly used to secure the ends of pockets and pleats were added reinforcement are needed. When done correctly they are also an attractive feature. Bar tacks are more commonly found in mens tailored garments. To make a bar tack, stitch several long stitches together along the area required. Then overhand these stitches, catching […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Catchstitch

Catchstitch

Catchstitch This stitch allows a certain amount of elasticity in a seam and is often used in hemming. It is formed by criss-crossing the stitches over two pieces of fabric butted together. Work left to right. Secure the thread and take the needle in a little stitch from right to left on one edge. Take […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Crows Foot Tack

Crows Foot Tack

Crows Foot Tack Tacks are mainly used to secure the ends of pockets and pleats were added reinforcement are needed. When done correctly they are also an attractive feature. The crow’s foot tack is similar to the <a class=contentlinkhref=arrowheadtack.php”>arrowhead tack</a>. Begin by marking a small triangle in the required place. Bring the needle up […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Continuous Speed Tailors Tack

Continuous Speed Tailors Tack

Continuous Speed Tailors Tack Use this stitch to transfer markings from the pattern directly to the garment piece. With the pattern piece still pinned to the cut fabric, take a doubled up threaded needle and stitch little stitches about 5cm apart from each other. Keep the stitches quite loose. When you have finished, snip through […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Diagonal Basting

Diagonal Basting

Diagonal Basting This stitch is used to hold multiple pieces of fabric together securely for a fitting. Use it to hold interfacing, linings and facing together. Create by working right to left taking the needle through the fabric at right angles to the edge.

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - French Knot

French Knot

French Knot A decorative stitch. Secure thread and draw needle to the right side of the fabric. Twist thread around the needle shaft two or three times, (alter depending on the size of the knot you want) and then, holding the twists on the needle, take the needle down very close to the point you […]

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - Even Basting

Even Basting

Even Basting A basting stitch used for temporary seams that will be under stress when fitted. You can also use this stitch when you are easing one piece of fabric onto another, or creating gathers. Hand stitch a longer than normal running stitch, keeping them even on both sides of the fabric.

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The Tailoress PDF Sewing Patterns - French Tack

French Tack

French Tack Also called a ‘thread chain’. Used to hold garment sections loosely together. It is less durable than a thread bar, instead being softer. They are suitable for holding layers together, such as skirt layers. They are normally 1-5cm in length. Can also be used to create eyes for hooks. French tacks are hand-crocheted […]

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