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Another cupboard item that can tame a fabric - white vinegar. Soaking your fabric in water with a little vinegar before the very first wash will help to lock its colours in. This is rather [...]
The composition determines all the properties of the fabric and clothing. Typically, manufacturers indicate the type and percentage of fibres. But it will be useful to know how to determine the [...]
Cotton is a natural plant-based material Viscose is made from modified materials, i.e. those obtained from natural raw materials, in this case from wood.In terms of chemical composition, both [...]
It is necessary to handle viscose carefully - only then it will not cause pilling, will not stretch and will serve you for a long time.It is necessary to wash viscose with your hands or in a [...]
Viscose is a low-cost fabric, which is popular thanks to its myriad of qualities. It can be found in cotton end uses, as well as luxurious velvets and taffetas. Viscose can also be found in [...]
Wide pants are the main emphasis in the outfit, so the top of the outfit should not be too voluminous and bright. It is better if the top is plain colour or has a modest print. Alladin pants [...]
Soft and lightweight, viscose fabric is a fixture of many wardrobes and homes and has been in use since the late 1800s. Viscose comes from trees, but it is not as environmentally as other types [...]
Women's harem pants have a lot of advantages in comparison to pants of a straight and tight fit:do not constrain movements, therefore they are suitable for daily wear and even [...]
Before cutting, you should find out in which direction the pile lies. Lay the corduroy face up and stroke your hand on the surface: ✔️if the hand goes “along with the fur”, the pile is directed [...]
According to different historical versions, the creation of velveteen is connected either with the English city of Manchester (“Manchester velveteen”) or with France (“corduroy” - ribbed wooll [...]
Photo by pixabay.comDust, particles of fabric and threads can collect in the machine mechanism and make it difficult to feed the fabric under the presser foot, and increase the load on the [...]
Photo by pixabay.com✔️Before starting work, be sure to wash, dry and iron the fabric. If it contains elastane fibers (which is quite obvious), iron it very carefully - only at a low temp [...]
Photo by pixabay.comDenim remains a kind of dense fabric. An expensive and durable material. A distinctive feature is the white colour of the inner side. This is due to the one-sided [...]
This twill material got its name from the French city of Nimes. The original “serge de Nimes” has been reduced to a short “denim”. The fabric was used to protect the cargo carried, and then becam [...]
Broken bobbin thread - from too much tension or improperly inserted bobbin case. Incorrectly wound threads on the bobbin. The travel housing is dirty or not lubricated. The bobbin case is [...]
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