Posted by on June 22, 2015 in News |

Many people consider that sewing is a way of passing time, they see it as something very entertaining, to sew two ways, first is to sew by hand and the second is to sew with a machine. Before you start sewing is necessary indispensable materials are known:-needle: needles have a numbering, going number 2 to 12, where the first is the thickest and the last the finest. For your selection, it is indispensable to know the type of fabric to be used: if it is variation wool, needle will be bigger and stronger; If it is a silk, a small and thin enough. Regardless of the type of fabric, this article must be thoroughly sharp and pointed. -Thread: must be of good quality although it costs a bit more expensive, this ensure color and strength and flexibility. -Cotton: they tend to be soft and loose torque. -Silk: used for fine fabrics and embroidered by hand. -Synthetics: they are usually polyester but they also manufactured cotton with a blend of synthetic fibers.

After having known main materials to start sewing, depends on the taste of each person as start your work, as I said previous mind this can be by hand or using a sewing machine. If the person you want to sew by hand, there are several styles, such as e.g. stitch to finished garments, Bastille point, point of curl or among other buttonhole stitch. And for those who like to use the sewing machine must bear in mind that sewing machines make a stitch feature, normally using two wires, while there are machines that use one, three, four or more. Sewing machines can do a variety of straight stitches or patterns. They include means to drag, hold and move the cloth under the sewing needle to form the stitch pattern. The majority of home sewing machines and some industrial use a two-wire stitch called stitch stitch. It seems very interesting to have knowledge about sewing, if you want to know more go to original author and source of the article

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