Boys Clothing - Shorts
Greek Philosophers refers that Indians were best in growing, spinning and weaving pure cotton fabric between 3000 BC-1500AD. Marco Polo on his voyage to our country states that the worlds finest cotton fabrics were made from India. Cotton fabrics from India, are fine and of outstanding quality. Archeological findings at Mohenja-Daro suggest that the cotton plant was already domesticated and being used for making textiles over 5000 years ago.
1. Double stitched seam finish 6. Hem stitched seams finish 2. Pinked finish 7. Edge stitched finish 3. Stitched and pinked finish 8. Zig zag stitched seam finish 4. Overcast finish 9. Bound seam finish 5. Herringbone stitched seam finish 10. Net-bound finish 1. Double stitched seam finish: A double stitched seam is especially good for knits, such as knitted soft jersey where edges tend to curl. Stitch a plain seam with straight stitch. And then stitch a second row 1/8 from the first stitch, using one of the following as straight stitch, zig zag, a blind stitch or other over edge stitch. Trim seam allowances close to the stitching. Press seam to one side.