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DIGS is 100% Australian owned and operated.
I originally started making leotards over 15 years ago when my daughter started gymnastics. I loved all the fabrics and purchasing them became a bit of an addiction. I try not to make too many of any one colour combination so that I can keep my items a little more unique.
If you do not see what you want, if you have an idea in mind, send me a sketch and I will see what I can do.
I do import some items and I endeavour to make sure these are clearly marked in the description of the item so you are aware of the product origin.
I have spent a lot of time searching for quality fabrics and suppliers especially when it comes to our sublimation designs.
I am proud to say that I am now making more sublimated designs rather than importing them. The fabric is still sourced overseas, but is designed / printed here in Australia and made by myself.
The warp beam holds the length-wise yarns and is located at the back of the loom. This beam is controlled so that it releases yarn to the loom as it is needed.The Heddles are wires or metal strips with an eye located in the center through which the warp ends are threaded. The harness is the frame that holds the Heddles in position. Each loom has atleast two harnessess. A majority of looms for regular fabrics have four to twelve harnessess and some looms may have as many as thirty-two. Harnessess can be raised or lowered to produce the shed through which the filling yarn is passed and thus controls the pattern of weave.The shuttle move back and forth in the shed created, passing the filling yarns between the warp yarns. The reed is a comb like device that helps to pack the filling yarns into position in the woven fabric.
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