An open seam is a general purpose seam.
An open seam is two pieces of fabric sewn together, and then the seam allowances are pressed open, creating a flat and clean seam line on the right side of the fabric.
a seam that is exposed
A welt seam is a seam that is pressed open and then is cut on one of the sides and then they are sewn together. This is done so that the width of the material is lessened.
they are the visible seam which are seen on both wrong and right side (eg) machine fell over laid
A slot seam is very simple. First baste a plain seam together. (A plain seam is simply two pieces of fabric sew together. You need to make sure that the seam is at least a half an inch wide.Second, press open the seam along its full length.Third, cut a strip of fabric as long as the entire seam and as wide as the now open seam width. This means it will be twice the width of seam.Fourth, pin or paste the strip of fabric to the opened seam, ensuring that the strip sits directly over the center of the opened seam.Fifth, turn the fabric so that the strip is underneath and you can sew from the 'finished' or right side of the project. Sew a quarter inch on both sides of the seam line.Finally, remove your basting. You have made a slot seam.
To make a French seam you sew your seam right sides together. at 5/8th in.... Then you trim away half of one side of the seam.... Then you press the seam towards the shorter half. Then you fold the longer half over the narrower half and press..... then you stitch up the flat open side..... that makes a double sewn seam called Frenched seaming.
seam to seam
The three types of seam are Plain seam, French seam and Ancient or Old German flat seam.
a curved seam is a seam that is curved
An enclosed seam, or a French seam, is a seam that is sewn with the wrong sides of the fabric together. A second seam is usually sewn with the right sides together so that the first seam is enclosed.
You need to explain what seam you mean? A seam of coal? A seam in a jacket?
A seam is where two or more bits of cloth are overlapped. A seam consists of cloth.
There are 11 types of seams which include: abutted, enclosed, exposed, false french, flat-felled, french, fused, glued, hairline, lapped seam with raw edges, and finally overedged seam.