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Seam pucker

C M C. Dorkin

Seam pucker

its cause and prevention

by C M C. Dorkin

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Published by Clothing Institute in [London] .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementby C.M.C. Dorkin and N.H. Chamberlain.
SeriesTechnological Reports -- no.10.
ContributionsChamberlain, N H., Clothing Institute.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16517735M

Test to identify Carefully cut and remove the stitches in a short length of the seam, after first checking for the tension pucker. If both faces of the seam revert to a smooth surface, structural. ‘In the earliest stages of embryo development, when there are only a few cells and the embryo resembles a tiny globe of cells, a small pucker develops on one side of the embryo.’ ‘His tailor was trotted out to say it was just a seam pucker.’ ‘Your permanent pucker deserves full points because it's just so cute!’.

Make a few tests on a scrap piece on the underside. of the material you are going to sew 2. If you set the tension at the hig- and check the tension. hest number, the opposite will occur, and the seam may pucker. Instruction book Lily / A straight stitch may pucker some fabrics, such as stretch wovens or knits with spandex. Switching to a very narrow zigzag may solve the problem. The structure of a zigzag stitch means it can grow longer and narrower, or shorter and wider. It allows the line of thread to extend when the seam is Author: Threads Magazine.

The purpose of this course is to help you to solve the problem of seam puckering. I am going to teach you how to fix or prevent seam puckering. Not only will I be teaching you everything step by step in video lessons, but I will also give you worksheets (called PRINTABLES) so you can implement everything when you need it.   Minimizing Seam Puckering Seam Puckering refers to the gathering of a seam either just after sewing or after laundering causing an unacceptable seam appearance. Seam puckering is more common on woven fabrics than knits; and it is prominent on tightly woven fabrics. Puckering is usually caused by one or more of the following conditions:File Size: KB.


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Seam pucker: Its cause and prevention (Technological report) Unknown Binding – January 1, by C. C Dorkin (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App. Author: C. C Dorkin. Twist & Turn: Quilts with No Curved Seams (Design Originals) [McNeill, Suzanne] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Twist & Turn: /5(47). Seam puckering refers to the gathering of a seam during sewing, after sewing, or after laundering, causing an unacceptable seam appearance. Seam puckering is more common on woven fabrics than knits; and it is prominent on tightly woven fabrics (A & E, ).Seam puckering File Size: 1MB.

Seam pucker is a fault most commonly encountered by garment manufacturers. It reduces the value of finished product since appearance of seam is critical for the buyer. "Puckering is a disruption in the original surface area of sewn fabric and gives a gathered and wrinkled effect along the line of the seam, in an otherwise smooth fabric".

Seam pucker book Below Seam pucker book a rating system for seam puckering from 1 to 5 with 5 being pucker-free. This AATCC seam smoothness analysis is used by many major manufacturers to rate their seam performance.

Yarn Displacement or Structural Damage Seam puckering is more prevalent on very tightly woven fabrics because the yarns are oriented in veryFile Size: KB.

PUCKERED SEAM CAUSES Puckered seams are a dead give-away that seams have not been sewn with the proper sewing technique. Really, it all comes down to understanding how fabric is woven. This is what I was taught by Carol Ahles to us new machine dealers, and it has been SO useful to improving my sewing projects over the years.

Since the thread is an essential part of any seam, it is often blamed for creating seam pucker. There are, however, other contributing factors which include fabric structure, seam construction, thread/needle size and feeding problems – both mechanical and operator induced.

Sometimes puckering is the result of using a stitch that is too long for your fabric. Certain fabrics, such as organza and silk, cannot handle long stitches without puckering. Use a shorter stitch length to solve the problem, but don’t make it so short that you cause other problems.

Also, avoid using a zigzag stitch on fabric that puckers easily. Seam Pucker: When the smooth fabric appearance turned wrinkled by the way of seam is called Pucker. It is generally happened when there is too much fabric and not enough thread in the seam.

Pucker is one of the most repeatedly occurring sewing defects on fabric. ANNALS OF THE UNIVERSITY OF ORADEA FASCICLE OF TEXTILES, LEATHERWORK SEAM PUCKERING OBJECTIVE EVALUATION METHOD FOR SEWING PROCESS BRAD Raluca1, HĂLOIU Eugen2, BRAD Remus2 1 L uc ia nB l gU v e rsit y ofS b,R mD p tt Indu M h d Eq t, F ee, B-dul Victor Sibiu, Romania, E-Mail: @   How do you stop satin fabric from looking puckered on the right side of seams.

I am using this satin fabric for a 4-H project and I am having trouble with the seams appearing to pucker on the right side of the fabric. Seam puckering meaning that is problem in sewn fabric with sewing threads, needle and setting sewing machine while it indicate to the gathering of a seam during sewing, after sewing, or after laundering, causing bad appearance of.

When fabric is sewn it tends to shrink or pucker slightly, this is normal and expected in any sewing project. The severity of this fact can vary depending on a few factors of how the fabric is. Seam pucker of the specimen prepared from lightweight fabric was evaluated according to the method of the measurement of the geometric characteristics of a wave generated in a seam and propagated.

This phenomenon of displacement often causes seam pucker, a gathering of the material to produce an uneven, crinkled or distorted seam. explanations of seam pucker are given in Section View chapter Purchase book. Prevention of seam pucker Service&Technik 2 Fine fabrics are often difficult to sew.

The biggest problem here is seam pucker. While sewing or after a short while thereafter, the material along the seams starts to look a bit rippled. Remedying the pucker File Size: KB. This is a practical discussion on an important, perhaps the most important, problem associated with commercial garment manufacture; that of seam pucker.

It is focussed on non-iron shirts because by definition seam pucker, creasing and buckling along the seams are regarded as faults of bad appearance, and are rejected by by: 3.

Excessive Seam Puckering - Wovens DESCRIPTION: Where the seam does not lay flat and smooth along the stitchline. Caused by one of the following: 1) Feed Puckering - where the plies of fabric in the seam are not being aligned properly during sewing; 2) Tension Puckering - where the thread has been stretched and sewn into the Size: 1MB.

Page 45 Reference Condition Cause See Page 15 Seam Puckering. The needle thread tension is too tight. See Page 12 2. The needle thread is not threaded correctly. See Page 8 3. The needle is too heavy for the cloth being sewn. Garment Manufacturing Technology provides an insiders' look at this multifaceted process, systematically going from design and production to finishing and quality control.

As technological improvements are transforming all aspects of garment manufacturing allowing manufacturers to meet the growing demand for greater productivity and flexibility, the text discusses necessary information on.

The seam ripper is pointing at the impending pucker. The two-dimensional photograph does not do it justice, this was turning into a huge ridge. And you can see how wonky my stitching was leading up to it as I noticed the problem.

Mark the difference on the pattern piece and trim to remove. Measure the new seam line; if it is shorter than the seam line of the center front panel, cut the panel and overlap the pieces to remove the necessary length.

RAISE BUST APEX. Symptom: The fullest part of the bodice is too low; you will notice puckering or excess fabric under the best.The new objective evaluation method of seam pucker reported in Parts I and II of this study is used to analyze the effects of sewing parameters on seam pucker with five shape parameters in this.