well it depends on what sort of sewing machine it is it should say on the packaging of the sewing machine.
depends on what kind of material your sewing
A needle holder used during surgery is a type of clamp that the surgeon uses to hold the needle while closing a wound. A needle holder in a sewing machine holds the needle in place so that sewing can be accomplished.
You will need a double-needle sewing machine to sew two lines at once. Some basic sewing machines have the capability to do double-needle sewing, but most do not. Most double-needle sewing machines are commercial or industrial grade and are quite expensive ($600-$2,000+). For some examples of double-needle sewing machines, click the 'related links' below.
Sewing by hand, I would use a Sharps Size 8
lightweight fabric, size 9 or 11 medium weight 14 heavy weight 16
Use a long stitch, with heavy thread, and a 16 or 18 size needle. That should do it!
This is the kind of non-electric sewing machine that isoperated by a treadle, or rocking type of platform to make the needle move.
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This depends on what type of sewing you are doing. The essentials are a needle and thread. Other optional tools are a sewing machine, pins, sewing machine accessories, and notions like buttons and zippers.
I assume that you are speaking of a sewing machine needle size. Sewing with cotton etc., you can use the universal 10/70 for most projects. Remember to change the needle often for best results. ADDITIONAL ANSWER: Needles, thread and fabric are project specific. If you are using a light weight fabric a 70/10 Universal needle should work nicely. However, if you're sewing with denim then you would need a "denim needle" or a universal 90/14 to a 100/16. Medium weight fabrics do well with the Universal 80/12 needle and standard sewing thread you can find in any fabric store. If you are sewing on a stretchy fabric then you need needles designed to slide through the fabric without tearing. And, here again, the size of the needle depends on the weight of the stretchy fabric. If you are sewing on leather, you'll need a leather needle. The best place to learn about needles, thread and fabric is "Threads Magazine" - they have excellent resource guides on their website. Sewmetheway
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To operate a sewing machine, you will need a place to set the machine up, thread, bobbins and a needle for your machine and fabric type.
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You select the right needle for your sewing machine by the type of fabric you are using. For instance, you would use a #18 for leathers and a #11 ballpoint for lightweight knits and a #14 for linens. The place you buy needles has a chart for what you need.
No, it's a type of sewing, done with needle and thread. Women did it at home for centuries, along with knitting, crochetting, needlepoint, etc.
the equipments needed in sewing are needle thread fabricPer Cassie Wilkerson:This depends on the type of sewing one is doing the basics are:*Needle*Fabric*Thread*But you also need for efficiency a basic sewing machine.Sewing patterns*Pins (hold patterns in place to fabric for cutting or hold a hem in place to sew)*Pin cushion (hold pins & needles but do so w/ thread in needle eye prevent losing needle into pin cushion to pull out via the thread)*Thimble*Needle threader*Needle box with magnet (prevent losing needle and getting stuck)Spare bobbins*Scissors (to cut fabric or thread)Seam ripper (to undue mistakes to remove stitching or alter hems to remove current stitching for modification)Measuring tape (take body adjustments waist or ect)Grease pencil (marking to make adjustments where to sew)Needles vary pending the type of stitch or workThread vary pending color of fabric and or type of fabric materialvarious fabrics pending the type of garment or item you desire to sewIron & Iron board (to remove creases & wrinkles for a better sewing job)Of course a clean flat work surface - to lay out fabric and apply fabric patternsIf clothing (zippers, buttons and fastners or for waist bands even elastic bands)Sometimes fabric starch - (aid in manipulate some fabrics for detail sewing creases pin-tucking and other designs.Sewing machines do vary depending the type of sewing workSergers and even long arm sewing machines for quilt making.It doesn't have to be as elaborate but the starred **items are usually the basic needs again it depends on the type of sewing usually most will only need a standard travel sewing kit to reattach a button or repair a minor rip or fallen hem.
Sewing machine needles come in several different types of packages and types of needles. Needles vary depending on the type of fabric you are sewing. The most common type for cotton thread on cotton fabric runs about $3.00 per package.
If you can figure out how to use a sewing machine for a basic stitching that involves a straight shot, you will be able to figure out how to perform more complicated stitching techniques.You can start by learning more about your sewing machine. You can do this by reading the owner's manual. Your sewing machine owner's manual can help you learn more about different sewing machine parts. You can also learn more about what your sewing machine can actually do. When you are ready to use a sewing machine, you need to raise the needle to its highest position. You can do this by turning your sewing machine's hand wheel toward you. The hand wheel can be found at the right of the sewing machine. Make sure that the needle that you are using is the right type of needle for the type of fabric that you are sewing.Once you are sure that you are using the correct needle, you can raise the presser foot and thread the sewing machine. Threading the sewing machine involves pulling the top and the bottom threads through the back and the right of the sewing machine. Place the layers of fabric that you want to use underneath and to the left of the presser foot that you have raised. Make sure that you position the fabric. The fabric should be positioned in such a way that the distance between the needle and the fabric edges do not go over your needed seam allowance. Once the fabric has been positioned correctly, you can lower the presser foot onto the fabric. Move the sewing machine hand wheel. Continue moving the wheel until the needle goes through the fabric. You can now begin sewing with your sewing machine.Start stitching by pressing on the sewing machine's foot pedal. Guide the fabric as the sewing machine pulls the fabric towards the back of the machine. Make sure that you guide the fabric gently. You do not want to rip the fabric as you are stitching. When you have finished with the fabric, you can take your foot off the foot pedal. You also need to raise the needle to its highest position. Remember that this is done by pulling the hand wheel towards you. Raise the presser foot so that you can pull the fabric out. You should also remember that you need to cut the thread in order to release the fabric.
A universal 10/70 is just fine. Kate ADDITIONAL ANSWER:Needles, thread and fabric are project specific. If you are using a light weight fabric a 70/10 Universal needle should work nicely. However, if you're sewing with denim then you would need a "denim needle" or a universal 90/14 to a 100/16. Medium weight fabrics do well with the Universal 80/12 needle and standard sewing thread you can find in any fabric store. If you are sewing on a stretchy fabric then you need needles designed to slide through the fabric without tearing. And, here again, the size of the needle depends on the weight of the stretchy fabric. If you are sewing on leather, you'll need a leather needle. The best place to learn about needles, thread and fabric is "Threads Magazine" - they have excellent resource guides on their website. Sewmetheway
You cant. Answer two: If you are using a knitting needle, or a crochet needle, you can find patterns for many different styles of clothing to make with thread. If you are using a sharp sewing needle and thread, you need to add some type of fabric to sew together.
No, the noun 'sharp' is a singular noun (a musical note or notation, a type of sewing needle).The plural form is sharps.
There are different kinds of stitches based on the requirement. Also the needle type and the needle sizes differ. The type of sewing machine used also determines the stitch type. Some of the stitch types are lock stitch, over lock, zigzag log,chain stitch, blind stitch. You may visit the web sites to get more info. One of them is beissel needles.
An elasticator is a type of sewing machine. No, you should not do that.
Yes, elastic energy is a type of energy.