Reinforcement Stitching

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Reinforcement Stitching: Smaller length stitching that make a seam stronger (12-14) stitches per inch). Reinforcement stitching is used in places like crotches and corners.








Reinforcement Stitching: A second row of stitching to make a seam stronger. This type of reinforcement stitching is used in places like armholes.

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4 comments

  1. is reinforcement stiching generally done beside or on top of the basic stitch? In this particular case, I'll be using it for small lavender pillows

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  2. Please could you help me on this : what do you call special reinforcement stitching for the corners of a jeans pockets ( 2 words each 3-4 letters ) Thank you ever so much in advance .

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  3. Help please - we are having quality issues with side slits in knit tunics - the stitches are unravelling after one wear - the slit ends on the hip which is a stress area. We have done a 2nd row of stitching (smaller stitches) about 1" from the slit up and it doesn't solve the problem. What else could we do?

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