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SofiaSara
« on: July 21, 2012 06:41:58 AM »

Its a very big deal to stitch a swim wear and a rain coat,Because it is mostly made of plastics .And the clothes are not stitch ,they get pressed using electronics pressed instrument and also glue.But after it get damaged once we can reuse it by using some branded glue to fix it.
 
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Vehred
« Reply #1 on: September 10, 2012 08:02:46 PM »

Swimwear is stitched with sewing machines and sergers.  I don't know where you've been shopping, but I've never seen a swim suit that was not sewn.  Swimwear fabrics are not plastic, they are a blend of synthetic fibers usually including spandex, nylon, or polyester.  Generally, they are made with the seams serged, or with a zigzag or stretch stitch.  I've made several swim suits and have not found it to be at all difficult.
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