overlocking

overlocking

(ˌəʊvəˈlɒkɪŋ)
n
the act of oversewing a hem or fabric edge to prevent fraying
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He also pointed out that the beneficiaries were previously given normal sewing machines individually, while they now get electric sewing and embroidery machines and overlocking machine and accessories.
Delicate silk and cotton fabrics are covered with Ta's overlocking embroidery, a technique that uses the same stitch produced by sergers in mass-market garment production.
C'est le premier ordinateur portable gaming a etre dote de la technologie a refroidissement liquide ROG Hydro Overlocking. Ce systeme utilise une pompe pour faire circuler du liquide de refroidissement pour baisser la temperature du GPU et CPU de la machine.
Some sergers have both overlocking and coverstitch capabilities, whereas some specialty machines are designed only for coverstitching.
This knowledge of lining, interfacing, topstitching and overlocking has meant to this day it's rare that I buy anything without giving it a little alteration for a better fit, or I stand in shops checking facings, seams and goodness knows what else before handing over my money.
CG 90Y overlocking unit is equipped with a super fast sewing head (6000 rpm) specifically made in Japan by Yamato Japan and with the original Vi.Be.Mac.
Day 3: I overlocked all the edges of my pattern pieces but had a slight problem when I came to matching the bodice waistband and trousers and had to alter some darts which meant undoing some of my neat overlocking.
* The BERNINA range includes machines for sewing, embroidery, overlocking (to sew, cut and neaten simultaneously) and quilting
Optimistic about potential growth of the global market for sergers, also known as overlocking sewing machines, the company has reinvested in a Taiwanese company of sergers for a 58% stake recently to mark its entry into the segment.
Encouraged by her success at making the relatively simple skirts, which are sewn, as the name implies, from a circle of fabric, she also attempted the more difficult net underskirts after Stuart invested in an overlocking machine.