- How to sew
- Types of joints with a needle
- Types of seams with a hook
- Video: The perfect invisible seam
Virtually any knitted product consists ofSeveral details. At the end of the work they must be sewn together. At the same time, any master craftsman wants the connection of the parts to be as noticeable as possible.
There are several ways to collect all the details of a thing together. They can be viewed on photos and videos, which will be demonstrated in the article.
How to sew
In order to sew all parts of the thing, you can use a variety of tools. Usually knitters choose a hook or a needle. The size of them is selected depending on the yarn.
Needless to achieve that the seam is not at allIt was evident that it was best to sew the same yarn, from which the product itself was made. But it is worth remembering that for a very thick yarn, the thread for stitching is better to take a little thinner. Such a seam will be much more accurate. Sometimes the knitted parts are specially shaded using a seam of a different color.
Types of joints with a needle
For stitching parts with this toolIt is better to choose a needle for darning or embroidering. They differ in that they have a blunt end. Even better, if the needle is slightly curved. The work will go much faster.
Mattress seam We lay out the details on the table, smooth them. Slightly straighten the edges, so that it would be convenient to pick up the eyebolts with a needle:
We start from the edge of the detail. The needle is inserted neatly behind the edge loop. To be more precise, it is necessary to pick up each time a jumper connecting the edge and the following eyelet:
We continue to sew. Each row of one part is connected with a row of another. If you skip rows, holes can form. So take your time and you will be rewarded for your patience. After several stitches have been completed, the thread needs to be slightly tightened to make a connection of the particles.
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Loop in a loop Knit elements with a stocking pattern are easily sewn using a "loop in loop" seam.
Before starting work, go to the contrasting thread and bind extra 2-3p. Press the element so that the eyelets do not "run away". Now you can delete the auxiliary thread.
We spread out two canvases on a flat surface,Open stitches to each other. Pass the needle in the first 2LP of the lower panel, the IP is passed at the same time. The same is repeated with the upper cloth, while stretching the thread, but it is not worth it to pull it. Thus, we finish the whole chain. Turn the knitting. It remains only to sew on the reverse side of the same circuit all facial loops.
Seam "Over the Edge" Quite simple in executionthe seam. Just add both halves face to each other and, grasping both edges of the canvas, sew them. The needle is located under the bars. Each stitch is located as close to the previous one as possible so that holes do not form. Such a seam can be absolutely unnoticeable, there is practically no chamfers at the joint:
Types of seams with a hook
Columns without crochetInteresting and original. Knit parts with this method must be folded face-to-face. Carry out the columns without the crochet as follows: the first on one part, the second on the other. And so on until the end of the seam.
Continuation of the picture "Grid" If the product detailsAre made of complex openwork viscous, or, for example, a sirloin grid, they must be joined together in such a way as not to disturb the overall pattern. The first thing to do is to fold both halves face to face. Such things are not easy to sew, you need to connect them, continuing the overall drawing.
We find the first loop at the part and we sew 2 air ones. We connect it to the second part. We make a column with a crochet. We continue the work.
Knitted seam For combining knitted itemsOften use a knitted suture. It is somewhat more complicated in execution, but if you have to dissolve a thing, there will be no problems with it, as when sewing with a needle.
We have the details upside down. We spread out the edge loops on one half. With these loops we will produce the alignment of the parts of the product. We crochet the loop, then insert it into the loop of the second part of the thing. We pick up another 1p from the second side and drag the loop through all the others. From the underside begins to form a pigtail.
Video: The perfect invisible seam