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06/07/2021

What is the correct flag protocol?

What is the correct flag protocol?

display it with the union down, except as a signal of distress. let the flag touch anything beneath it: ground, floor, water, merchandise. carry it horizontally, but always aloft. fasten or display it in a way that will permit it to be damaged or soiled.

What is the best material for a flag?

NYLON

How do you make a flag seam?

Stitch the hem down with invisible thread or red thread. Fold under 1/4″ on each 4″ end of the 33″ by 4″ white strip. Fold the strip in half lengthwise, and fold each edge into the middle. Sandwich the raw edge of the flag inside the folded strip, and stitch it into place.

What is the difference between a French seam and a flat felled seam?

A flat felled seam shows stitching on the right side (think of the seams on the side of a pair of jeans), while a french seam does not (it is found in many high end sheer garments). Sew the two pieces of fabric, right sides together, with a 5/8″ seam.

What is a French fell seam?

A French seam encloses the seam allowance on the inside of a sewn item, so no raw edge is visible. This eliminates the need for another form of seam finish. It’s used most commonly on sheer fabric, so the seam blends with the fabric.

What is a flat fell seam used for?

Felled seam, or flat-fell seam, is a seam made by placing one edge inside a folded edge of fabric, then stitching the fold down. The fold encases the raw edges protects them from fraying. The fold may be secured with a topstitch or a whipstitch. It is useful for keeping seam allowances flat and covering raw edges.

What is the strongest seam?

Flat felled seams

What is a top stitched seam?

A Top stitch refers to the stitching that you see on top of a garment/accessory, some 1/4 inch or more away from the seam line. Basically, any visible stitching done a short distance from the edge of a fabric fold or seam line made from the top of the fabric is topstitching.

How do you make seams stronger?

SUPER SEAM #1: Fold and stitch down First, to make the seam itself stronger, I use a “5 stitches forward, 2 stitches back” approach, meaning I stitch forward a spell, then back a couple stitches, forward a bunch, back a couple, and so on. This insures that the stitches themselves won’t pull out with wear.

What are the three types of seams?

Different Types of Seams and Their Uses

  • 1) Plain Seam. The first and the most basic seam around the world is the plain seam.
  • 2) Plain Seam With A Single Stitch.
  • 3) Plain Seam With Double Top Stitch.
  • 4) Hairline Seam.
  • 5) Bound Seam.
  • 6) Lapped Seam (Tucked Seam)
  • 7) French Seam.
  • 8) Flat Felled Seam or Run and Fell Seam.