Sewing Machine Case Study

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The sewing machine seen in the seams Sytrenden is baking! But the machine can handle both jeans and viscose best? Testfakta have compared five models in various price ranges. The interest to sew your own clothes is increasing strongly. It is mainly young people who pick up the sewing machine again. Online bloggers show up personally sewn clothes, with tips and instructions. And Martha Stewart at the annual trade fair in Stockholm last weekend, the trend was clear. Both visitors and exhibitors has increased significantly in recent years. - Above all, we see an increased interest among young mothers who want to sew clothes for their children, says Ann-Sofi Ekenberg, project manager for Syfestialven. The interest is also driving up sales…show more content…
This sometimes happens even if it is unusual. But obviously it is not good when that happens, he says. FACTS manageability The laboratory has studied and assessed the machine's settings, and how easy and good they are to use. The following aspects have been considered and factored into the rating: - Lamplight - Noise - Trådknivens location and function - The presser foot position and function - Friar Mens Range - canvas size - Number of stitches per 10 cm at normal setting Sewing The laboratory has investigated how well the machines sews in three different materials - thin viscose jersey and jeans - in two and four-layer fabric. An assessment was made of the seam smoothness, it emerged sömrynkor, and the balance between over and under the wire. On viscose measured also the offset between two layers of fabric sewn together. And the crocheted measured the seam töjningsmöjlighet - that is, how much you can pull the fabric (seam) before the thread breaks. Ratings The various stages are weighted together into an overall rating as follows: Manageability and settings 40 percent. Sewing: 60 percent (33 percent viscose, Knitted 33 percent, 33 percent

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