Quilts and More Spring 2014
Ready, Set, Sew! Backpack by designer @Amy Barickman of @Indygo Junction. Fabrics are from the Soho Bandana collection for Red Rooster Fabrics and the Crossroads Denim collection for James Thompson, both by Amy Barickman.
In these times, increasing opposition in apparel business makes the firms to create with maximum costs. Also minimal upsurge in prices leads to essential results. Sewing threads that will be one of the very used auxiliary materials in clothing business can be an important price item. In this study it was directed to determine the amount of eaten sewing bond for the woven textiles with different thicknesses. Relating with this specific purpose, the picked woven textiles which are made with two various stitch types (lockstitch and three-thread overedge stitch) and 3 various stitch densities (3, 4 and 5 stitch/cm) has been reviewed for the sewing section of 10 cm in length. In this study the absolute most commonly used sewing bond (150 dtex * 2 polyester-polyester core-spun thread), sew types (lock sew and three-thread overedge stitch) and fabric form (100% cotton stitched fabrics) are used. Data taken from this examine were investigated statistically for 2 sew types and a connection is seen between the total amount of consumed sewing strings with fabric depth and sew density. And a regression formula was developed with these parameters. In terms of these information, a software which uses the data of material thickness, sewing length, order amount and the sew density for lockstitch form or three-thread overedge stitch form in order to assess the amount of eaten sewing bond and amount of bobbins was created