How to sew , sew knits ?

You will need:
  • Yarn
  • Spokes
  • needle, pin
  • sewing machine
  • Waxed paper
# 1

Place the edge of the article so that it integrates the wrong side and fastenby means of pins.Knitted parts must lie flat against each other, without wrinkling or stretching.Insert the needle into the yarn according to the colors used.If parts are knitted from a bulky yarn, sewing thread must be with a lighter weight.

# 2

Insert the needle into the back of the knitted pieces, through the appropriate final knitted loop.They may be completed, or continue to be placed on the needles or the holder.Pull the thread through the entire article to the end, leaving only a small yarn tails.Make a loop with the needle back of the yarn around, creating a stitch.If you do not know exactly how to sew knitted things, the instructions are studied in detail.

# 3

Join the free seam, threading the needle through the next stitch, which is on the needle holder or one piece, then through the next loop on the other piece.Altern

ate these steps until the two parts are joined together.Connect finished edges, using a similar technique.

# 4

Slide the needle under the stitch knitted products on the same side, then through the stitch knitted product on the other side before until the end is reached.When you reach the end of the seam, make a loop of yarn through the last two stitches, just as you did in the beginning.Carefully miss the rest of the yarn along the back seam.It describes only one way how to sew knits.

# 5

Using pins, this is one way to save knit fabrics from stretching and sliding.If a knitted fabric is too the slide, try to put a sheet of wax paper between the two layers of fabric.It should help to keep the product in place and it can be easy to tear when you finish to sew product.

# 6

If staple thing in using a sewing machine, you need to use a zig-zag line, which would prevent stretching.You can also use a zigzag stitch for the treatment of the fabric edge.The best way to prevent stretching and sliding during sewing, is working more slowly than usual.This enables better control of the fabric, creating a smooth, flat seam.