Acur and tack stitch has solid twine length of 3-5m, smooth texture, can be used after cutting and processing, to feel soft touch.
Acur and Punto Planting
Acur and point sewing is a type of stitch used to fix the threads to the fabric. It is also used to create an outline around an element within a design. This technique is traditionally used in embroidery and needlework. You can use it for many surface treatments such as crew, logs and canvas.
Using Acur and Punto Stitch Techniques
Acur and spot stitches are named for their needle-like shape. Sewing is done on the same amount of fabric: it doesn’t matter if you’re working on paper or fabric. Each stitch will be worked on two threads of the fabric. The length of the stitch will determine how much space you leave between them.
Acur Stitch Definition
Acur is a technique that provides shape and stability to the stitches. There are several techniques to choose from, but these are the three most common. Bartack stitches are stronger than hemstitch, providing more strength and durability than spot stitching. Note that it also provides more stability.