Collar matching method and sewing skills of knitted rib neckline
Knitted rib collar is more common in daily clothing, such as sportswear, T-shirts, vests and jackets. It is not only simple, but also beautiful to use. However, one of the problems that many garment processors have a headache about is how to grasp the length of the knitted rib collar, which seems to be something that can be accomplished only by experience and skills.
People who are new to knitting rib neckline processing may find that the neckline they have made is either too small or too large, and the overall effect is not good, showing wrinkles. When the length of rib neckline is well controlled, they encounter problems in the sewing process.
Take the T-shirt as an example. When making a simple T-shirt, if the left and right fabrics are not aligned, and the front and rear quantities are not evenly distributed, the making of a simple T-shirt will become complicated. In fact, as long as you master the collar matching method and sewing skills, making T-shirts is very simple.
For a T-shirt, plate making is relatively simple. It can be completed by adding two sleeves to the front and back of the shirt. However, when sewing the knitted rib collar, the front and back of the shirt also need to fit.
When matching the collar, you need to draw the position of the collar first. The length of the knitted rib collar is not arbitrary, but depends on the elastic size of the rib. If the rib elastic is large, you can make the collar wider, and vice versa.
After the length of the knitted rib collar is determined, it needs to be sewn. When sewing, the collar joint needs to be staggered from the shoulder seam. Make a matching mark. Sew according to the marked position to make a complete T-shirt.