Size 9 Boys Clothing - Longs
(a) Double top stitched seam (b) Single top stitched seam (c) Welt seam (d) Lapped seam. Zig zag stitched seam finish Bound seam finish Net-bound seam finish Edge stitched seam finish 130 3. Bulky fabrics will not be suitable for this seam (a) Plain seam (b) Mantua maker seam (c) French seam (d) Single top stitched seam 4. Which stitch adds strength and decoration to the seam? (a) Top stitch (b) Stem stitch (c) Chain stitch (d) Cable stitch 5. This type of finish is more suitable for natural and fake fur (a) Zigzagged finish (b) Pinked finish (c) Edge stitched finishes (d) Hem stitched seam finish 6. This is appropriate finish for velvet or chiffon fabrics.
20. 4 PREPARING PATTERNS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF YOKES: 1. Yoke without fullness: This type of yokes can be of variety with different shapes and size. To prepare the pattern for this, take the front bodice pattern and draw the yoke line from shoulder to center front as desired. For a curved or V shaped yoke, this method must be followed, for a straight line yoke, draw line from armhole to centre front of bodice pattern. Label both the section.