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RUN AND FELL SEAM

This is a strong seam. The seam is flat and the easiest seam among the seam to launder.

Method:

  1. Cut the material and place together with the right and side facing matching balance marks.
  2. Place the Machine stitch along fitting line
  3. Remove task and press
  4. Tread seam allowances of one edge longer than the other
  5. Fold the longer edge over the lesser edge, press fold edge after tacking
  6. Hem neatly either by hand or machine
  7. Remove task and press.

FRENCH SEAM

French seam: The seam is strong and self neaten, it launders well. It is used on fine fabrics only.

 

Method:

  1. Cut the material and place wrong side together
  2. Pick and tack through fitting line.
  3. Machine stitch outside the fitting line
  4. Press turning open and tream the raw edges.
  5. Turn the seam to the right side of the materials facing each other.
  6. Push the seam up with thumb and fore fingers of both hands and stitch.
  7. Remove tacking, press stitches and press seam.

 

STRATEGIES AND ACTIVITIES

STEP I; The Teacher revises the previous week lesson.

STEPII: The Teacher introduces the new topic.

STEP III: The Teacher explains the note in details.

STEPIV: The Teacher gives room for pupils to ask questions.

STEPV: The Teacher evaluates the pupils.

ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION

  1. Define run and fell seam
  2. List the method of making run and fell seam
  3. Define French seam
  4. List the method of French seam

 

ASSIGNMENT

List some method of making run and fell seam

 

See also

MEANING OF SEAM

MAKING BLANKET OR LOOP STITCHES

PRACTICAL DECORATIVE STITCHES ON BROWN PAPER

TYPES OF DECORATIVE STITCHES

PROCESS OF BASIC STITCHES

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