Size 14 Seconds - Leggings
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.
The manufacturing processes are listed in the accompanying chart, which indicates the two major differences in production. Triacetate is produced in both processes, but to make acetate, the solution is hydrolyzed (treated with water and aged) which causes some hydroxyl groups to reform. Triacetate is dissolved in a different solvent and acetate in a different solution.