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-So it's gonna be easier for you to choose.
-So you'll gonna save more time
-So you'll know what's their uses
-Use them properly
-Place to safe or appropriate spaces after using it
Sewing tools are those which don't require the use of electricity, these are tools that are used manually or by hand such as scissors. ... Equipment would be the heavy duty items such as the sewing machine it self, an iron, serger, steame
1 mechanical sewing machine
yes!!that is dress making cause cloth need a. sewing tool like neddle and scissors sana makatulong
Fabric Measuring Tools
1. Tape Measure- Having a tape measure to hand can be indispensable, especially when you’re taking measuring or making alterations.
2. Tailor’s Chalk - Allows you to easily mark your fabric when you’re measuring it and preparing to cut it.
3. Pencil, Ruler & Rubber- These three tools are essential to any dressmaker’s sewing kit as they come in handy when you need to make alterations to your patterns.
Dress Cutting Tools
1. Dressmaker’s Shears- Also referred to as dressmaker’s scissors, these scissors have serrated edges that are ideal for cutting out all types of fabric, including leather and denim.
2. Paper Scissors - As dressmaker’s shears shouldn’t be used for cutting paper, its best practise to have an ordinary pair of scissors in your dressmaking kit so you’re able to cut out patterns as and when you need to. Small,
3. Sharp Scissors - A pair of small, sharp scissors are also useful for cutting thread.
4. Rotary Cutter - Rotary cutter is a tool that can save you hours of time.
1. Sewing Machine -A sewing machine will become your new best friend as you start dress-making.
2. Machine Needles - With your sewing machine you’ll need to invest in a range of different sewing machine needles depending on what fabric and weight you working with.
3. Seam unpicker - Especially if you’re just starting out, you’re bound to make mistakes, so you’ll want a seam ripper to un-pick stitches.
4. Extra Sewing feet - Having extra sewing feet will not only make your life easier when it comes to sewing trickier stitches, but won’t hinder your project if one snaps mid-sew.
5. Hand Sewing needles - Even though most of your work will be sewn with a sewing machine, you will need some hand-sewing needles for elements such as intricate detailing. Standard hand-sewing needles will do the job perfectly.
6. Pin cushion - Keep your work station tidy with a pin cushion.
7. Thimble - Protect your thumb when you’re hand sewing with a thimble.
1. Ironing Board - An ironing board isn’t an extravagant tool you’ll need for dressmaking, but you need to make sure that your ironing board is sturdy and the height can be adjusted.
2. Iron - The best iron for dressmaking is one that is heavier than you’d choose for your household chores.
3. Pressing Cloth - A pressing cloth is a piece of fabric that is laid between your iron and your garment to help protect them from the iron’s heat.
4. Tailor's Ham - Sometimes called a dressmaker’s ham, a tailor’s ham is a solid cushion that makes it easy for pressing curved seams such as collars, princess seams and darts.
for perfect and beautiful stitching
i will cleanse the tools properly same with the equipments i will keep them in a cool and dry place after i used them.