Coverstitch is formed by connecting the lower repeater thread. It is made with 2 and 3 needle thread groups. This is a type of sewing that is frequently preferred due to its durability. In proportion to the number of needles, there is a lock stitch, also known as a straight stitch, on the front, while the cover stitch image on the bottom is one of its striking features.
The thickness of the needles is selected according to the type of work to be done. It is often seen that cover stitches are used for joining in the middle section of the fabric. These ornamental coverstitch patterns are frequently used in ornaments. It is a model that makes it look good as well as robust.
Why Use Ornamental Cover Stitches?
Ornamental cover stitches are often preferred due to their ease of use. It draws attention with its robustness. It provides convenience in cleaning some parts of the products made of lycra, high flexibility and sensitive fabrics by curling. Ornamental hemming stitches are frequently used, especially in parts of the products such as armholes, legs, hem, and shirt fronts.
Generally, cotton and stretchy fabrics are used when sewing ornamental covers. This provides great convenience to the user in terms of flexibility.