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Seam Pucker

About this TABlet...
Seam pucker is a fault most commonly encountered by garment manufacturers. It reduces the value of finished product since appearance of seam is critical for the buyer. "Puckering is a disruption in the original surface area of sewn fabric and gives a gathered and wrinkled effect along the line of the seam, in an otherwise smooth fabric". This booklet describes:
Seam pucker's and its types
Dispalcement, relaxation and transportation puckers
Factors responsible for all cases of puckers
Contribution of each factor in influencing the seam pucker
Remedies for each type of pucker
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