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About this TABlet...
What is important in apparel manufacturing is the clear understanding of stitch types, various terms used and thread consumption in stitches. Mechanism involved in formation of each stitch type is another vital area, a technologist must know. Identification of correct stitch types to be used for different marterials and end uses, decides the durability of seams and appearance of stitched article. This booklet focusses on these areas. The contents are:
 
Designation and identification of stitches
International standards
Classifications of stitches and their description
Mechanism of stitch formation
Features and application of each stitch class
Thread requirement for major stitches
Appearance (as sewn) of major stitch types
Classification of industrial sewing machines based on stitch types
 
 
 
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