Temporary Stitches

Welcome to class, I hope you enjoyed the last class. Today we will be talking about temporary stitches. Follow me closely and you will understand what we are about to talk about.

Temporary stitches: are used to hold materials in position temporarily during work. They are removed as soon as they have served their purposes. Temporary stitches are used to hold pieces of fabrics together for a short time while sewing. They are removed after sewing. Examples are even tacking and long and short tacking.

  • Tailor’s tacking: These are used for transferring pattern marking to two pieces of fabrics at the same time. They are only suitable for thick strong cloth.
  • Even tacking: This stitches and spaces between them are equal
  • long and short tacking

Process of basic stitches

  • Tailor’s tacking: These are used for transferring pattern marking to two pieces of fabrics at the same time. They are only suitable for thick strong cloth.
  • Even tacking: the stitches and spaces between them are equal work from right to left. Start with thread knotted or make a back stitches.

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