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Seam & Stitch

Seam & Stitch

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Stitch:Kind of the stitch
Classification of stitch as BSI:
Class Name of Stitch Available subclass Created MachineClass100
Chain stitch 7 and each class issubdividedSNCS, Blind StitchMachine.
Class200
Hand stitch 13 Number of subdivided classes is88.
Class 300
Lockstitch 27 in total. SNLS, 2NLS, Bartuck machine.
Class 400
Multi needle chain stitch 17 in total. Kansai Machine,2NCS
Class 500
Over-edge chain stitch 15 in total. 3T, 4T, 5T over lockmachine.
Class 600
Covering chain 9 in total. Flat lock machine.
Class 100 Stitches
Class 100 stitches are single thread chain stitches using one needle thread and one blind looper. 
 
FeatureA piece of thread is interlaced like a chain under the cloth and the stitches are formed as knitted. The constructive feature is that the stitches are untied one after another when the interlacementat the end of sewing comes off.
 
ApplicationBasting (ML-111), button sewing (AMB-189N), (MB-377), chain stitch buttonholing (MBH-180S),blind stitch, And closing of bag opening.
 
Ex
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Stitch formation:A: Needle thread slacks at the positionwhere needle slightly goes up from itslowest position, and looper catches theneedle thread which has become like aloop.Also, the needle enters the circle of needle thread which is widened by thelooper.
Class 101 ... Chain stitch
 
Class 103 ... Blind stitch
 LooperNeedle
 
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Class 101 One Thread Basting, or light construction
 
Class 103 One Thread Blind stitch for HemmingClass 104 One Thread Blind stitch for Hemming
Class 200 Stitches
Single thread hand sewed stitches using one needle thread.
 
FeatureSame stitch as that of hand stitch is formed by a piece of thread. Thread is drawn in every stitchor every other stitch and the length of stitching is limited. Since friction is given at the sameposition of the sewing thread many times, the thread is untwined during sewing resulting in threadbreakage unless the thread is a high-durable one.
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ecorative stitch of suits or like, kimono (Japanese national dress), Button sewing of coats, suits,etc.
 
Ex
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Stitch Formation:
 
Class 200 Hand Stitch
 

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