This is the most common and simplest method of hand sewing, usually used to do some stitching that does not require strong, as well as pleating, shrinking, and the like. You can pick a few more needles at a time and then tighten the thread together, usually, only two or three stitches are pulled out. Used for splicing or sewing a thin cloth of two pieces of cloth. The stitch distance of the flat needle is generally kept at about 0.5 cm.
From 1 to 2 out, 3 to 4 out, 5 to 6 out, the action is repeated until the seam is finished.
Needle stitching: Also called needle stitching: This is the most similar to the machine seam, which is used to enhance the unevenness of the flat stitching or to make a thicker cloth. In this way, it can be used in places with high requirements such as zippers, crotch pants, and bags.
From 1 to 2, (1 and 3 coincident) 3 into 4, (2 and 5 coincide) 5 into 6 (4 and 7 coincide) 7 into, and so on until the seam is completed.
This method is simple to operate and is generally used to sew the edges of the fabric to prevent the edges of the fabric from spreading.
The edging seam:
Also called the burr seam, is simple and practical, can play a very good decorative effect, and can also be used for the grommets.
Very similar to the seam of the seam, the use is the same as the seam seam, but the buttonhole seam is more decorative and practical.
Used to make the shrinkage, use a flat stitch to sew a circle around the edge of the fabric, and then tighten the shrinkage to shrink the seam; it is often used to make a wrinkle effect on a round closed or flat surface.
Temporarily stitch the stitches with flat stitches to temporarily fix the cloth, cotton and lining. The single line of the suture line is knotted, and the needle is inserted into the center of the cloth piece, and the center point is slit to the outside.
Tibetan needle stitching: also called patch seam, used to sew a piece of cloth on another piece of cloth or stitching of the piping strip. This is a practical needle method that can hide the stitches and is often used in areas that are not easily stitched on the reverse side. .
From 1 out of 2 to 3 out, 4 in 5 out, the action is repeated until the sewing is completed.