Method 1: Before cutting cloth, soak cloth in boiled ri […]
Method 1: Before cutting cloth, soak cloth in boiled rice syrup, then spread out to dry and ironed flat, so that the chiffon/mercerized cotton treated with rice syrup will harden much after drying, which is easy to cut and easy to sew, and the size/plate type is not easy to change. Don't forget to wash clothes after sewing, the rice syrup can be washed off and the clothes can be restored. Restore the original soft and drooping feeling.
Sizing shortcomings are: silk fabrics are easy to fade, when you wash the slurry, silk fabrics will not be bright without water.
Method 2: First lay a layer of non-woven lining, and then pull cloth on it. When cutting, even non-woven lining can be cut together. Because there are rubber particles on the non-woven lining, it can effectively absorb chiffon. Of course, there are also some pieces of cutting which are laid on the rough fabric underneath or sprayed with water. The above mainly control the deformation of the fabric. When cutting, we should also pay attention to the sharp scissors. They should be clean and neat when cutting. If the scissors are not good, the yarn drawing may occur because of the continuous yarn drawing.
Method 3: A piece of cloth is laid out and placed on it. The layout is laid down and lightly placed on it. Then, the bead needle is positioned at each corner and fixed in the center. Then, with water to eliminate the brush, draw it down. Next, take off the bead needle and cut the cloth.
It is very important that the printing of silk fabrics should be accurate. When sewing, the upper and lower threads should be adjusted evenly, the fabric should be taken lightly, and high temperature should not be used in ironing to avoid color damage.