Stretch Sequin Elastic

October 3, 2005 by  
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What sewing machine can handle several layers of elastic tissue elastic, and brightness, but the drama does not?

Very thick holes leg swimsuit with many layers, special fabrics or fabrics with sequins and other coatings, bright fabrics metalicized? My unrealistic expectations is to be possible to sew items such as this, without hands last minute scrambling, with the loop and down constantly? Is it possible?

Flakes are removed from the line sewing, and then sewn back together by hand. This makes sewing spandex. With a needle and elastic in the short and narrow zig-zag the rest is simple. Everything that has a "layer" or leather can be sewn, using a Teflon lever. Now we are on the make and model - which has more than one location at the bottom. I have a Singer 1507 - not very expensive to have this feature. Visit the many sewing machine dealers that can handle your list and it will show what is available. You do not have to make a purchase until reviewed what is a machine available and based on tests with a sample of tissue.

Swimwear, a ridiculous design history

Swimsuit has a history peppered with strange errors. It is difficult to find an area where fashion costume design has been so sorely lacking in purpose.

In antiquity, they had the right idea. Bath has been isolated and naked, as a group bathroom. There was a brief immersion in a bathing suit: a mosaic wall of the fourth century, shows young girls in bikinis. The look did not last long.

In the dark, and nobody bathed in all media. Although there is no trace of any special clothing used for swimming bathroom, and Europe, "bath houses" came with the Romans.

Swimming as a sport resurfaced in the 19th century. The men wore wool long, with one piece suits, looking a bit like long underwear, and no doubt itching, but it is reasonably possible to swim in. This view has lasted a century in 1920 becoming shorter and a little more colorful.

The girls finally plunged into the water for fun at the time Victorian. This was a time where modesty and decency prevails over practice. Ladies wore dresses heavy and dangerously heavy, strict morality of the time, to ensure the meat was covered, the curves have been darkened and thick, black dress, when the wool has not been observed, but wet. lead weights in the hem of her dress dress floating in the water stopped.

Swimming became popular when the railroads began to transport the families of the coast. Bathing machines "Mean Girls and women can change and plunge into the sea without the exposure of bare skin exciting. The Dress has become a required two pieces: a knee dress with long sleeves, in addition to long pants.

The wonderful Annette Kellerman has shocked the world Boston in 1907 by swimming in a T-shirt dress revolutionary tank top showing her arms and legs. She was arrested for indecency.

However, she encouraged the new style of swimwear for women and "Annette Kellerman bathing suits" were the first modern girls. Gertrude In 1926, Ederle swam the English Chanel and girls now "swimming" instead of "swamp."

These women were very costume androgynous First, although the practice. In the 1930s came the feminization swimsuit. Costumes can not be presented again at Hollywood beauties Bathing in movies, Esther Williams wore dresses hugging figure fabrics new section could have helped the movement, but the glitter and tail siren been difficult.

In the 1940s made a comeback and women were tied up corsets, boned and ideally back. new materials such as nylon and stretch elastic Lastex combined with cotton to improve cornering. Zips pulled everything together.

Revolution 1946 and bikinis RĂ©ard Heim is "smaller than the smallest swimsuit in the world" but these guys would be shocked at how much more bikini might get.

For the next half-century, the change of style in a swimsuit was the concept that less is more. Lycra and comes with 60-slice small pieces tissue to be maintained more or less. The coup in 1960 by Bryan Hyland "Itsy Bitsy Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka Dot Bikini" says it all.

style bathroom in the past had been wrong, some put users at risk of drowning. But nothing is so bad in the long term health than the gaze came later: the belt. Two decades of worship of the sun and tanning ultra and near naked bodies absorb cancer on the beach.

Surfers took over the next belt and (thankfully) have been covered with short pants for boys and girls. Cancer clinical range world are grateful the eruption of the shirt fashion, a big step to melanoma fashion.

Carol Wior deserves a mention as the inventor (Slimsuit hello!) And for Cozzi competitive swimmers have made tremendous progress in the last decade with performance fabrics help reduce the run times in the pool.

My prediction for the next decade is that the swimwear find a happy balance. They will use Perfect for stretch fabrics and performance, which keep the muscles and improve swimming ability, to avoid sun damage and the styles that will be both flattering and practice.

Unfortunately, this practice was happy past. Another crazy mix of social morality and fashion produced something as ridiculous that this is impossible and the models we have seen in the past.

So beware the perfect swimsuit, very soon. And the stock, look beyond drawings are ridiculous.

About the Author

Cristina Sanders is managing director of swimwear brand Lion in the Sun. Now based in her native New Zealand after 20 years in the UK, Cristina has run the manufacturing, wholesale and retail side of her business for the last 10 years, gaining extensive knowledge of the swimwear industry on both sides of the world and acquiring experience in the dynamic world of small business ownership. Cristina lives and works in sunny Hawkes Bay in New Zealand, spending as many hours as possible on a beach researching and testing her swimwear. Her argument is that if you want to make brilliant swimwear, you need to see it in action, swimwear that looks good in a catalogue also has to fit, last and look good on the beach to keep the customers coming back for more.


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