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The raw material (single thread) such as cotton, wool, or silk which is spun into a yarn
A group of fibres spun together to make a long strand suitable for making into material (fabric)
The cloth formed from yarns being woven or knitted together
The strong outside edge of a piece of fabric
The threads that run parallel to the selvedge
The threads that run from selvedge to selvedge, across the width of the fabric
The crosswise threads of the fabric. The true bias makes a 45°angle with the straight threads and is stretchy
The raised surface of a fabric that may pick up the light differently when held in various positions and traps
Thin or thick yarns are twisted together to varying thicknesses, especially common in wool
Usually indicated by an arrow on patterns to show the direction to place them on the fabric
A special type of cotton used for sewing
In weaving, threads that run vertically, up and down
In weaving, threads that run horizontally, left to right
Manmade fabric that your school tie is made from
This word means 'to apply' one fabric to another
A natural fibre that comes from the seedhead of a plant
A natural fibre that comes from a worm
These fabrics are usually stretchy
This is used to stitch by hand
A device used to weave on
Knitted fabric is stretchy because it is made from a series of....
Which fibre comes from a 'fleece'
A fabric that is made by 'rubbing' fibres together
Wooden drawing utensil
Rubber thing that removes pencil marks
Utensil used to aply paint
Stiff cloth made to paint on
Liquid substance used to add color
liquid used inside pens
Put inside pencils to make them draw
thin sheet made from trees used to color on
Used to apply ink
Two pieces of metal used commonly to cut paper
Sticky substance used to stick things together
Used to apply bits of metal into paper to combine them
Drawing utensil for permanent marks
Wax used to apply color
Cloth made by combining fibers
Spun thread used for knitting
Made of threads twisted together
Plastic chunks used to decorate necklaces
Pencils with colored leads
tiny pieces of sparkling material
bobbin winder stopper
check spring holder
reverse stitch dial
stitch length dial
stop motion knob
presser foot lifter
top cover thread guide
lower thread guide
bobbin winder spindle
upper thread guide
It can be machine or hand stitched and neatens the edge of a garment.
An invisible hem constructed by hand.
A hundreth of a metre.
This machine neatens as it sews.
This feature creates strong neat stitches. It's on a machine and bobbin case.
You can't sew stitches if this is empty; so wind it on.
A metric tool used to measure places on the body.
Change to this and it's easier and safer to insert zippers.
Offload this to avoid nasty burns.
Being this means you don't miss session content and you do impress future employers.
A portable memory divice great for saving annotations and evaluations on to.
used to cut fabric
used to trim seams and threads
used for sewing fabric together by hand
used to hold fabric together before sewing
used to take large measurement and body measurements
used to measure hem and seam allowances
used to give seam edges a finished look
used to remove unwanted stitches
protects your finger while sewing
hold pins and needles safely
guides thread through the needle eye
used with a needle to sew fabric together
hold the thread at the bottom of your sewing machine