Interactions of Sewing Variables: Effect on the Tensile Properties of Sewing Threads During sewing process

Shelly Khanna


This paper aims at the study of the effect of various interactions between the sewing variables on the sewing thread strength properties during use. The work has been carried out with the concept in mind that the interactions of the sewing parameters during sewing process are influential for the resultant seam quality. The analysis of the crucial factors affecting the 100% cotton sewing thread strength in the straight, loop and knot configurations, as the sewing threads are converted into the seams, with the help of looping and knotting processes had been done. The study had revealed that the interaction of Fabric GSM with sewing speed had affected the unraveled cotton sewing threads from the seams to the highest extent among all others interactions.

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