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Dance Ice Gymnastics Sportswear

Girls Clothing - Nylon Shorts

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Test the tension of the bobbin thread by pulling the thread end gently. There should be a slight but noticeable tension and bobbin should stay firmly in place. Leave a thread end 3 or 4 inches long extending from the bobbin case. Now open the slide plate lift the latch on the bobbin case with your thumb and forefinger and insert the bobbin case into the machine.

Collars need careful trimming and layering so, If they are curved make snipping otherwise they will neither turn well have a neat, sharp finish. Pressing is also very important. A collar should be pressed to its shape. eg., roll collar should be pressed in a roll-it should not be pressed flat. Always press the neck join after attaching and before proceeding to finish. Some of the types of collars are 1. Round collar 2. Peterpan collar 3. Scalloped collar 4. Sailor collar 5. Rolll collar 6. Shirt collar 7. Band collar 8. Shawl collar 1. Round Collar or one piece peter pan collar: This is used for childrens dresses. In front, the collar is continuous and at back, it is divided with rounded ends. To make the pattern for this collar, first duplicate the neckline area of the garment as explained below. Keep the front and back bodice patterns together on a paper, with neck points of shoulder lines touching and with the patterns overlapping near the shoulder as illustrated in figure. Trace the outline of the upper part of the bodies. Label the front neck line as shoulder-S and back neckline R. Now mark X, Y, Z, 1 to 2 away from T, S and R respectively. Join XYZ as shown.