Differen types of seam

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Differen types of seam

  1. 1. SUPER IMPOSED SEAM Seam Diagrams of Superimposed seam: Illustrated Figure of Superimposed seam: (a) (b) Super Imposed Seam SEAM DEFINITION: There is a seam performed by the placing one fabric over the other and sewing along the edges. EQUIPMENT’S AND MATERIALS: Pattern Machine Sewing Fabric Fabric- 2pices Single needle sewing machine Needle size- 16 Stitch range- 10 Stitch per inch- Sewing thread: cotton Type- cotton Color-Deep Green Size-6*6 STEPS FOLLOWED: • Step one: Cut two pieces of fabric according to A and B • Step two: Join two fabric with back-tack leaving 1 cm gap USES:  Attaching fabrics.  Collar, Cuff sewing, Cuff topstitching.  Collar band attach sewing and top stitching  Side seam and sleeve attach with safety-sticker.
  2. 2. FRENCH SEAM Seam Diagrams of French seam Illustrated Figure of French seam A B French seam SEAM DEFINITION: There is a seam performed by the placing one fabric over another and sewing along the edges onto 0.5cm and then fold to the opposite of stitching edge then make another sewing by 1 cm on that. EQUIPMENT’S AND MATERIALS: Pattern Machine Sewing Fabric Fabric- 2pices Single needle sewing machine Needle size- 16 Stitch range- 10 Stitch per inch-12 Sewing thread: cotton Type- cotton Color- Deep Green Size-6*6 STEPS FOLLOWED: • Step one: Cut two pieces of fabric according to A and B with half inches seam allowance then stitch the fabric a straight line. • Step two: fold the fabric & 1 cm seam allowance then stitch the fabric with a straight line USES:  Collar/ Cuff sewing/ Cuff topstitching.  Collar band attach sewing and top stitching
  3. 3. LAPPED SEAM Seam Diagrams of Lapped seam: Illustrated Figure of Lapped seam: A B A B Lapped Seam SEAM DEFINITION: There is a seam performed by the placing one fabric over the other and sewing along the middle. EQUIPMENT’S AND MATERIALS: Pattern Machine Sewing Fabric Fabric- 2pices Single needle sewing machine Needle size- 16 Stitch range- 10 Stitch per inch-12 Sewing thread: cotton Type- cotton Color- Deep Green Size-6*6 STEPS FOLLOWED: • Step one: Cut two pieces of fabric according to A and B • Step two: Join two fabric with back-tack leaving 1cm gap at middle place. USES:  Attaching fabrics.  Decorative Seams, yokes, tucking details.
  4. 4. LAP FELLED SEAM Diagrams Seam : Illustrated Figure of lap felled seam: A B Lap felled seam SEAM DEFINITION: When two pieces of fabric join with one another by over lapping with another is called as lap felled seam. EQUIPMENT’S AND MATERIALS: Pattern Machine Sewing Fabric Fabric- 2pices Single needle sewing machine Needle size- 16 Stitch range- 10 Stitch per inch-12 Sewing thread: cotton Type- cotton Color- Deep Green Size-6*6’’ STEPS FOLLOWED: • Step one: Cut two pieces of fabric according to A and B • Step two: then Joined two pieces of fabric by overlapping • double supper imposed seam. USES:  Woven garments, shirt, trousers, female dresses, home decorative
  5. 5. WELTED SEAM Seam Diagrams of welted seam: Illustrated Figure of welted seam: A B Welted seam SEAM DEFINITION: When two fabrics are come into in a point with a topstitch that called the welted seam. EQUIPMENT’S AND MATERIALS: Pattern Machine Sewing Fabric Fabric- 2pices Single needle sewing machine Needle size- 16 Stitch range- 10 Stitch per inch-12 Sewing thread: cotton Type- cotton Color- Deep Green Size-6*6 STEPS FOLLOWED: • Step one: Cut two pieces of fabric according to A and B • Step two: then Joined two pieces of fabric by overlapping double supper imposed seam with a top stitching the other side. USES:  Woven garments, shirt, trousers, female dresses, home decorative equipments etc.
  6. 6. PIPED SEAM Seam Diagrams of seam. Illustrated Figure of piped seam: A B C Piped Seam SEAM DEFINITION: When two pieces of fabric adjust with another fabric to a pipe structure is called piped seam. EQUIPMENT’S AND MATERIALS: Pattern Machine Sewing Fabric Fabric- 3pices Single needle sewing machine Needle size- 16 Stitch range- 10 Stitch per inch-12 Sewing thread: cotton Type- cotton Color- Deep Green Size-6*2 & 6*6 STEPS FOLLOWED: • Step one: keep 3pices of fabric(6*6*2)a,b & (6*2*1)c • Step two: fold part “c” and keep the fabric middle of other two(a,b) • Step three: join three pieces of fabric with stitching. Here we kipping another 1cm seam allowance. • Step four: then make one side topstitches .USES: Basically on fashion garments  And also at skirts, jackets, coats, fashion dresses etc
  7. 7. PIPING SEAM Seam Diagrams of piping (a) (b) Illustrated Figure of piping: (a) (b) Piping seam SEAM DEFINITION: Piping is a versatile trim with another contrast fabric at left called piping. EQUIPMENT’S AND MATERIALS: Pattern Machine Sewing Fabric Fabric- 3pices Single needle sewing machine Needle size- 16 Stitch range- 10 Stitch per inch-12 Sewing thread: cotton Type- cotton ColorDeep Green Size-6*6 & 6&5cm. STEPS FOLLOWED: • Step one: Cut one piece of fabric according to A and another such as the bias type (45’angel) which might be 5cm*6’’ at all. • Step two: make stitch with folding the Blue fabric(bias) by .5cm and then fold it back with a top stitch behind that Blue. USES:  Jackets, jeans zippers, coat etc.
  8. 8. BOUND SEAM Seam Diagrams of bound seam Illustrated Figure of bound seam A (ribbon) B C SEAM DEFINITION: When two fabrics are stitched with a ribbon such like a folder called bound seam. EQUIPMENT’S AND MATERIALS: Pattern Machine Sewing Fabric Fabric- 3pices Single needle sewing machine Needle size- 16 Stitch range- 10 Stitch per inch-12 Sewing thread: cotton Type- cotton Color- Deep Green Size-6*6 STEPS FOLLOWED: • Step one: Cut two pieces of fabric according to A and B and cut another piece of (c) ribbon as 2*6. • Step two: then fold the ribbon and take the other two piece of fabric for stitching. • Step three: at left hand keep the ribbon folder and put the fabrics inside of that then stitching by 1cm gape. USES: Woven garments, shirt, trousers, female dresses etc

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