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Dance Ice Gymnastics Sportswear

Size 7 Boys Clothing - Longs

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In 1832, Walter Hunt developed a machine in his shop in New York City. He incorporated two new ideas. These were the eye-pointed needle and a locking stitch. Many other people contributed to the development of the sewing machine. In 1845, Elias Howe, an apprentice watchmaker from Boston, made a sewing machine that had a curved eye-pointed needle and an underthread shuttle. This machine could sew 250 stitches per minute. That was five times as fast as the fastest hand sewer. In 1846, Isacc M. Singer, an American, produced a machine that had a straight needle and could sew continuously.

4. Decoration within the yoke: The yoke can be beaded, guilted, embroidered, shirred, smocked, tucked, pleated. 5. Introducing the yoke at different position: The yoke may be introduced at the top of the dress (shoulder yoke) above the waist line (midriff yoke) below the waist line (hip yoke) 6. Designing yokes which release fullness in various forms: Fullness is released in the form of gathers, pleats, tucks etc. from the edge of the yoke.