seam stitch Definition
Seam and stitch are related to each other. The seam is that the join between two or more plies of pieces of fabric. Seams are usually formed by sewing in textile. Sewing is completed by joining one or more threads or loops of threads with intralooping, interloping, or interlacing. Stitch is the unit of this sewing.
- To identify different types of seam & stitches.
- To observe the formation and structure of seam & stitches.
- To know about the uses of various types of seam & stitches.
- The seam is achieved by two or more separate pieces of fabric sewing together.
- Most commonly used.
- The fabric ends are in the same direction.
- The most basic superimposed seam is SSa.
- It has over 50 variations.
- This class seam is often sewn a spread of machine. E.g: Lock stitch or overlock m/c.
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