An embrodiery mahine having twelve heads or stations. Each contains needles with the capability to sew multiple thread colors at the same time. This machine can embroider 12 garments at one time.
Random stitches sewn to under-cover stitches and lettering to stablilize fabric and add depth.
Background of solid embroidery. Background behind copy.
Originally, the item that contained the programming for computer controlled embroidery machines. Today, programs are recorded on a computer floppy diskette. Same as the embroidery pattern.
An electronic program which directs the embroidery equipment to reproduce a specific desgin. The pattern may be a paper tape or a computer diskette.
Accumulated total of stitches requrierd to complete the design.
The process of sewing a name or design directly to a garment.
A fabric such as a plaid, check or stripe where the color is in the dyed threads or yarns before weaving or knitting cloth, as opposed to the color being printed on the fabric after being woven.
A process of washing using organic substances that cause transformation or accelerate the aging of dyes.
The process of washing fabric or a garment with sand to soften and distress the look of the fabric.
After a garment is sewn it is washed to cut down on shrinkage and add softness to the garment.
The process of washing fabric or a garment with bleach to soften and distress the look of the fabric.
The process of washing fabric or a garment with stone to soften and distress the look of the fabric.
Peach Wash Finish
A peach fuzz like finish applied to washed poplin with a light nap for a soft, supple feel.
Apparel dyed in garment form rather than fabric form. This is a popular fashion treatment used by designers.