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Sewing Instruction Terms to Know

If you're thinking of taking a sewing or dress making class, you may want to brush up on some basics before your first meeting. Knowing the following terms and definitions will create a strong frame of reference for learning new techniques and lessons.

  • Back Tack - If you're following a pattern, you may notice instructions that ask for back tacking. Back tack is what is done when you are done sewing a line of thread, such as a hem, in order to secure that line of stitching. This can be done with a sewing machine or by hand.
  • Fashion Fabric - When making a dress or other clothes, there can be several types of fabric used. The fashion fabric is what appears on the outside of the garment. This is opposed to the liner fabric, which generally remains unseen.
  • Pre-Shrinking - When making custom garments such as baby clothing or dresses, the fabric may require pre-shrinking. Depending on the pattern and instructions for fabric type, washing and drying the fabric sheets may be required.
  • Test Seam - Before you make your first project, your instructor may have you use the sewing machine to make a test seam in class. Test seams help familiarize you with the machine and the fabric with which you are working. Some garments and fabrics may require specific seams to prevent pulling and other problems.
  • Stay Stitching - Stay stitching is performed on the edges of more delicate fabrics and dresses to ensure that a hem or effect keeps its shape during the construction process.
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    Sew Cool Kids Wearable Art
    The Design Studio, Uniondale, NY 11553
    We are a kids can sew & fashion design school & camp. Our licensed instructor is part of the largest program available to teach kids to sew. Also an FIT grad with a degree in apparel design. Other services: alterations, home decor, bridal millinery.
    (516) 279-4076
    Sew What's New And Yarn Too!
    400 Main St, Islip, NY 11751
    Welcome to Sew What's New And Yarn Too! We are a quilting shop that provides a personal touch along with a warm, comfortable atmosphere.
    (631) 277-4215
    Shoes 2 You Nmore
    1895 Post Rd #c, Fairfield, CT 06824
    Learn to sew from a professional seamstress. Shoes 2 You N'More offers sewing lessons, repairs, and alterations in Fairfield, CT.
    (203) 635-0671
    Lisas Sewing Classes
    27 Holmes Ter, Freehold, NJ 07728
    (732) 822-7470
    Sew Beary Special
    1025 E 28th St, Brooklyn, NY 11210
    (718) 951-3973
    The Vac & Sew Center
    734 W White Horse Pike, Egg Harbor City, NJ 08215
    (609) 965-2000
    Sew and Show
    401 North Ave, Garwood, NJ 07027
    (908) 789-2115
    St Makar Dry Cleaners & Alterations
    974 Broadway, Bayonne, NJ 07002
    (201) 455-2718
    Making IT Sewing Workshop
    2417 Welsh Rd Ste 25, Philadelphia, PA 19114
    (215) 552-9534
    Sew Right Sewing Machines Inc
    22320 Union Tpke, Oakland Gardens, NY 11364
    (718) 468-5858
    Sew Heavenly
    701 N Black Horse Pike, Williamstown, NJ 08094
    (856) 740-4266
    Sew Heavenly
    1176 W Malaga Rd, Williamstown, NJ 08094
    (856) 740-0635
    Stitchers' Dream
    221 S Easton Rd, Glenside, PA 19038
    (215) 885-3780
    Viaggio Inc
    105 Schmitt Blvd, Farmingdale, NY 11735
    (631) 753-3600
    Needlecraft School
    216 Godwin Ave, Midland Park, NJ 07432
    (201) 444-2976


    Sewing instruction and training classes are available in many locations across the nation. These in-person and online courses provide individuals with tips and proper techniques pertaining to sewing and stitching fabrics. This craft involves a needle and thread, information books on zipper installation, buttonholes, fabric cutting tools and clothing garment hemming. While some people are interested in getting information and instruction pertaining to hand stitching, others want to learn more about using a sewing machine. There are several online courses that teach proper seam stitching, sleeve hemming, and clothing design. Some of these online sewing classes allow you to learn for free. These short videos teach you all about various types of thread, sizes of needles, finishing kits, and machines used for hemming pants or creating buttonholes in shirts. The tips and techniques learned are virtually endless. However, you can also take sewing classes or lessons in person in order to get hands-on training with a professional. For some men and women, this is a better approach because in-person assistance is available if it is needed. Some informational books and videos are also available to assist people with learning more about sewing properly. While you can get some additional information in local sewing product shops about this craft and lessons, you can also find ample data online. Just be sure to hone in on what you are looking for. This will help you get the exact information on sewing classes or instruction you need.
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