If ever that there was one good guide to making seams, this has to be it.
With clear illustrations on various garments the recommended seam is explained in easily understood pictorial form with the appropriate sewing technique. The sewing diagrams are so easy to understand and follow.
This is one reference book that will not spend to much time on a shelf but in the hands of a sewist as the next project is planned.
This book will sure get you trying out seams that were only a mystery a short time before.
The book is a paper back, good quality and a nice size to have next to your sewing machine as you follow the guide.
It is well worth the cost and the wait for delivery.
I have no regrets in my purchase of the book and without hesitation recommend it to sewists. As I feel sure that you will want to pass on the recommendation to your sewing friends.
101 Sewing Seams: The Most Used Seams by Fashion Designers (with the New Standard Name Code) Pocketbok – 1 Maj 2018
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Creating fashion is a complex team-work that starts at the design department and finishes on the street. This process includes several steps, and those steps involve people. Any information among designers, technicians, patternmakers, factories and buyers need to be clear and precise. We are strong believers that a good communication is the first level to achieve an excellent work. Sewing Seams is our area of expertise and, to do our part, we have developed a standardized sewing seams language that allows people who work in the apparel industry to select, to name and to look up any kind of seams. This way, anyone, anywhere, at any time knows exactly what sewing construction or finishing has been required. Know more about us at abcseams.com
- Utgivare : Createspace Independent Publishing Platform (1 Maj 2018)
- Språk : Engelska
- Pocketbok : 152 sidor
- ISBN-10 : 1717596053
- ISBN-13 : 978-1717596055
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Not ISO standardGranskad i USA den 18 juni 2020
This book would be absolutely spectacular if it was using the ISO standards. I was looking at the codes for the seams, thinking (that doesn’t look familiar). The codes that are listed are by the ABC seams company (which I never heard of). It’s basically their own coding system. So if you gave their code to a manufacturer for a seam, the manufacturer would probably wonder what you were refering to. Only get this book if you work with manufacturers who know the ABC coding system. But most of the world uses ISO.
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