Girls Clothing - Sleeveless Leotard
7.2. TEMPORARY STITCHES: Tacking or basting is a temporary stitch used for holding two or more layers of fabric together before a permanent stitch in made. Usually the stitch is worked from right to left, starting with a knot in a contrasting color thread, so that it can be easily removed.
After thousands of years of wandering, people learned that they could live in one place with other humans and grow what they needed. This is known as an agrarian society. People learned how to raise certain animals for the meat and the skins. They learned to grow certain plants for food. People no longer had to spend all their time hunting and farming.