How To Stitch Quality Denim Garments?

Want to learn more about how to resolve everyday stitch and seam  quality problems with denim? 
If you do , a free workshop by American and Efird  will give you useful knowledge on how to overcome the most typical seaming problems. A&E develops the content and creates these programs as a special means to help companies  increase productivity.  Topics covered include:

  • Review of common stitches used in denim and why each is used. 
  • Detailed overview of 5 pocket Jean construction techniques .
  • How to overcome common seam quality problems?
  • Minimizing broken stitches after stone-washing, hand sanding, etc.
  • Minimizing thread breakage & skipped stitches .
  • Minimizing Ropey Hems, Twisted Legs, Sagging Pockets.
  • Minimizing problems commonly found on Stretch Denim garments .
  • Dealing with thread color-fastness issues .
  • How quality sewing threads can help make better quality garments?
  • Introduction to common sewing threads for denim and how they impact the performance and appearance of your products .
  • Review of A&E’s denim thread selection matrix .
  • Introduction of special threads for a distinctive look.
  • Maximize sewing and seam performance but keep thread cost to a minimum.
  • How to improve the quality and appearance of your denim sewn products ?
  • Better understanding of denim seam construction methods .
  • How to Trouble-shoot Common Stitching Problems and offer Suggestions to your Sourcing Companies ,Vendors and Contractors on ways to improve the  quality of Your Products.

This 2 hour Seamology – Making Quality Denim Garments  workshop is loaded with practical, helpful ideas that can assist companies in resolving everyday sewing issues. The companies just need to provide a space for the presentation and A and E provides the handouts and the workshop Free!
For more info on the workshop , contact  Mark Hatton or Al Irvine

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