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  • How to Sew Thread Chain Button Loops - Melly Sews

    2019-4-18u2002·u2002Close the loop. Drop the first stitch loop and continue to pull the loop on your middle finger until the first stitch is a knot. Repeat steps 3-5 until the chain is as long …

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  • Tutorial/Video: How to sew a thread button loop - Sew ...

    2019-9-9u2002·u2002Hold loop open with your thumb and forefinger. grab the thread (with forefinger) and pull it through the loop to chain stitch in place (check out video tutorial above to see motion) Repeat threading through loop until your chain stitching is long …

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  • Tilly and the Buttons: How to Make Thread Chain Belt

    2021-3-31u2002·u2002With the first hand, grab the needle thread and pull it through the loop to create a new loop, without pulling the needle end through. Pull this new loop down to the bottom of the first loop and keep pulling to tighten it. Repeat this action, making the next knot …

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  • Making a Thread Chain

    2020-3-15u2002·u2002A thread chain has lots of uses. It can be a delicate button loop, it can take the place of the metal loop in a hook-and-eye closure, it can be used as a French tack to attach a lining to a garment near the hem, and it can make a subtle belt loop on a dress.

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  • How to Make a Button Loop Tutorial - Maven Patterns

    2016-8-3u2002·u2002Work from the left towards the right and cover the loop with a standard blanket stitch: just put your needle through the button loop and keep your thread BEHIND your needle and pull the thread firmly. Slide the stitch along the loop so it sits to the left, right at the beginning next to the fabric. Repeat, sliding each stitch snugly to the next ...

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  • Tricks of the Trade: A Handworked Thread Loop – pattern ...

    2013-4-2u2002·u2002For the closure on my emerald silk georgette blouse I hand worked a thread button loop: Handworked thread loops have a nice discreet, lightweight finish and are great for delicate fabrics and areas where there is little stress placed on the closure. They can …

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  • Button loop : 3 Different ways to make and sew them

    Make a loop with the thread and needle. You can make as many as 10 thread loops; even 3 or 4 would do, though it would not be that thick. The more repeats you make for the loop the stronger and thicker the button loop would be.

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  • Thread Chains Two Ways

    2016-4-6u2002·u2002This will close the backstitch loop and create the first chain. 5) Repeat steps 1 – 4 until your thread chain is about two inches long. 6) Finish the thread chain by threading the needle through the last loop and pulling tight. 7) Sew the end of the thread chain to the wrong side of the outer piece, near where you began the thread chain on ...

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  • How to Make a Button Loop Tutorial - Maven Patterns ...

    Nov 12, 2016 - My new pattern The Kitty Dress has a handworked button loop closure at the neck, so here is a lovely tutorial to show how to make a thread button loop.

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  • Tutorial: Make a thread chain for a button loop – Sewing

    2010-9-15u2002·u2002Tutorial: Make a thread chain for a button loop. September 15, by Anne Weaver. Leave a Comment. Head over to Oliver + S to find out how to make a thread chain. A thread chain can be used in place of a buttonhole for a button closure, …

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  • Button loop : 3 Different ways to make and sew them easily ...

    Make a loop with the thread and needle. You can make as many as 10 thread loops; even 3 or 4 would do, though it would not be that thick. The more repeats you make for the loop the stronger and thicker the button loop would be.

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  • Thread Loops – Historical Sewing

    2020-1-5u2002·u2002Thread Loop - Finished Crochet Chain. Pull the thread ends through the loop to knot. Re-thread your needle and secure the end of the chain to the fabric creating the thread loop. Delicate thread loops, over time, may stretch out and …

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  • Thread Chains Two Ways

    2016-4-6u2002·u2002This will close the backstitch loop and create the first chain. 5) Repeat steps 1 – 4 until your thread chain is about two inches long. 6) Finish the thread chain by threading the needle through the last loop and pulling tight. 7) Sew the end of the thread chain to the wrong side of the outer piece, near where you began the thread chain on ...

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  • How to Knit a button loop « Knitting & Crochet :: WonderHowTo

    2010-4-9u2002·u2002Berroco knit bits shows how to knit a button loop easily within minutes. 1) Thread a tapestry needle with a 18-24″ piece of yarn. 2) Knot the end of the yarn and insert the needle where you want your first button loop. 3) Make a second stitch an inch or so away from the first stitch. 4) Tighten up the thread, placing your fingers in between the yarn and the button band creating a …

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  • Button Up

    2021-9-25u2002·u2002BUTTON LOOPS. Button loops are worked on the right side of the crocheted fabric edge and are usually completed in one row. Typically, the row is worked in single crochet, but the loops are always made of chain stitches. If you are going to give button loops a try, experiment first to see how many chain stitches you'll need to create a loop ...

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  • Tutorial: Making thread belt loops with Nancy Zieman (and ...

    2014-6-7u2002·u20023. Belt loops: Finally, the original purpose of this method, belt loops. Before you sew the side seams on a dress, place the thread loops at the waist. Sew up the sides as usual. Now you have small belt loops ready for your handmade or store bought belt. If your dress doesn't have side seams, simply sew the belt loops in with a needle.

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  • Stitch Classification - Various Types Stitches Used in ...

    2020-5-27u2002·u2002Stitch type 301 is the most common type of stitch with uses in joining garment components, topstitching, etc. Also, buttonholing, button attaching, blind stitching falls in this class of stitches. The front and back of all the other types …

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  • Different Types of Stitches with Pictures - Textile Blog

    2020-5-15u2002·u2002Stitch Class-100 (Chain stitch): The stitches under this class are made by the help of one or more than one needle thread intralooping. The needle thread enter into the fabric with the help of needle and make the loop of needle thread and the made loop is confined with the following loop made by the same needle thread.

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  • Stitch Types

    1. Class-100 (Chain Stitch): Class-100 is named chain stitch, which is produced by one or more needle threads and is characterized by interloping. In a chain stitch, one needle thread is passed through the fabric, form a needle loop, and is secured by the next loop formed by the same thread.

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  • Tricks of the Trade: A Handworked Thread Loop – pattern ...

    2013-4-2u2002·u2002For the closure on my emerald silk georgette blouse I hand worked a thread button loop: Handworked thread loops have a nice discreet, lightweight finish and are great for delicate fabrics and areas where there is little stress placed on the closure. They can also be worked in a straight line to form an eye…

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  • java - Start infinite loop thread when button is pressed ...

    2014-9-19u2002·u2002I think I have a logic issue with the loop. camFeed1 is an int array that has the id of five different images. After I hit the button to stop the thread it will continue to loop through that id array until it reaches camFeed1[0] and then will stop. Thank you for your help, I am going to call it a night and work through it tommorow –

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  • How to Knit a button loop « Knitting & Crochet :: WonderHowTo

    2010-4-9u2002·u2002Berroco knit bits shows how to knit a button loop easily within minutes. 1) Thread a tapestry needle with a 18-24″ piece of yarn. 2) Knot the end of the yarn and insert the needle where you want your first button loop. 3) Make a second stitch an inch or so away from the first stitch. 4) Tighten up the thread, placing your fingers in between the yarn and the button band creating a …

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  • How to Make Thread Chain Carriers

    2019-7-6u2002·u2002How to Make Thread Chain Carriers. ... I put my thumb and my index finger through the loop to grab the tail of the thread. I pull it through and tighten the first loop, and at the same time create a second loop. That's the first chain. You are basically crocheting with your fingers. Keep doing this to add more chains.

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  • The Loop Stitch - The Loop, Chain and Lock Stitch ...

    Chain Stitch The simplest loop stitch is the chain stitch. To sew a chain stitch, the sewing machine loops a single length of thread back on itself. The fabric, sitting on a metal plate underneath the needle, is held down by a presser foot. At the beginning of each stitch, the needle pulls a loop of thread through the fabric.

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  • Sewing Glossary: How To Sew a Button Loop Tutorial - The ...

    2016-9-16u2002·u20026. Slide the button loop folded in half (the seam line should be turned inwards) under the left side of your facing and pin. It's important that you place it 3/8″ (neckline seam allowance) from the neckline edge (otherwise your loop will be caught in the neckline binding). Basically, the loop is sandwiched between your dress/top and the facing.

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  • How to attach a button loop to the button? – How can we ...

    2019-7-9u2002·u2002The button has a thread length you can adjust (make it about 5-6mm, change that to allow enough distance for the cloth rouleau loop between the button and the garment as the default may need to be changed. Also adjust the mesh density (particle distance of the loop between 3 - 5mm and make sure the pattern has 100% curved edges) - more vertices ...

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  • How To Make A Necklace With Beading Chain

    Click the button below to shop this kit with everything you need to make your own. 1. Add a crimp with loop to one end of the beading chain squeeze the central band of the tube gently with snipe nose pliers. 2. Thread on your choice of beads. 3. Add a crimp with loop to the other side of the beading chain and secure in place. 4.

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  • c# - A While Loop Thread - Stack Overflow

    2012-11-8u2002·u20024. So I've been trying to create a bit of code that sends data on a while loop, specifically an alive packet to a server through a UdpClient. static void doSend (string ip, int port) { while (isSending) { _sockMain = new UdpClient (ip, port); / Code for datagram here, took it out _sockMain.Send (arr_bData, arr_bData.Length); } }

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  • Sewingcontract - TexUp

    2015-4-7u2002·u2002needles enter the upper looper loop. ISO# 516 Safety Stitch 5-thread safety stitch. Combining a single-needle chainstitch (401) and a 3-thread overedge stitch (504) that are formed simultaneously. ISO# 602 Coverstitch Formed with 2-needle threads, a top cover thread and a bottom looper thread. ISO# 605 Coverstitch

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  • Drawn Thread Embroidery: Chain Loop Bunches ...

    2016-11-26u2002·u2002Anchor the thread on the right side of your strip, so that it emerges at the half-way point on the right side. Then, take the needle under the bunch of threads you want to pull together, and take it over the working thread, just as you would do with a chain stitch in regular surface embroidery. Pull the needle forward through the loop along ...

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  • Looper Thread - an overview

    2004-7-14u2002·u2002Class 400 multi-thread chain-stitches (Fig. 3.44) are formed by the interlooping of a needle thread with a separate looper thread on the underside of the fabric.This stitch is often referred to as a double locked stitch because each needle thread loop is interconnected with two loops of the same single underthread. it exhibits good strength and increased extension/recovery …

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  • How to Knit a button loop « Knitting & Crochet :: WonderHowTo

    2010-4-9u2002·u2002Berroco knit bits shows how to knit a button loop easily within minutes. 1) Thread a tapestry needle with a 18-24″ piece of yarn. 2) Knot the end of the yarn and insert the needle where you want your first button loop. 3) Make a second stitch an inch or so away from the first stitch. 4) Tighten up the thread, placing your fingers in between the yarn and the button band creating a …

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  • How to Make a Button Loop Tutorial - Maven Patterns ...

    Nov 12, 2016 - My new pattern The Kitty Dress has a handworked button loop closure at the neck, so here is a lovely tutorial to show how to make a thread button loop.

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  • How to Work the Chain Stitch in Embroidery

    2020-6-29u2002·u2002The chains of chain stitch are created by bringing the thread around the needle as you make a stitch. The loop of a stitch goes around the stitch coming after it, each anchoring the previous in place. The tutorial shows both the standard way to work chain stitches and the 'reversed' method for getting the same effect.

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  • python - RuntimeError: main thread is not in main loop ...

    2017-3-29u2002·u2002The following program appears to resolve your problem. The call to display in print_it is wrapped in a try block. If it succeeds without an exception, the timer is started to be run later on.

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  • Threads and Infinite Loops (Threads forum at Coderanch)

    I want to know how to stop it on click of stop button. t.stop() or t.interrupt() aren't working. As you see I have a controlling variable for the while() loop. If the thread runs continuously, I can use the variable to start and stop but I fetched a value at the start of the thread which becomes null if I continuously run the thread.

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  • Best way to stitch a BUTTON [by hand and by sewing machine ...

    2 days agou2002·u20021.Sew a Button by hand. Step 1. I would take some 20 inch length of thread ( You can wing this measure by measuring from the tip of your fingers to the elbow and add a little extra – to be accurate an arm size) This is a manageable length for sewing anything. Thread the needle with your thread. Step 2.

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  • Stop Loop When Button Clicked - Excel General - OzGrid ...

    2006-12-15u2002·u2002Re: Stop Download When Click Stop Button. Userform with 2 buttons and a label. Press button 1 to start loop. Button 2 to stop [vba]Private m_blnLooping As Boolean. Private Sub CommandButton1_Click() m_blnLooping = True Do While m_blnLooping Label1.Caption = Now() DoEvents Loop End Sub Private Sub CommandButton2_Click() m_blnLooping = False End ...

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  • Tutorial: Make a thread chain for a button loop – Sewing

    2010-9-15u2002·u2002Tutorial: Make a thread chain for a button loop. September 15, by Anne Weaver. Leave a Comment. Head over to Oliver + S to find out how to make a thread chain. A thread chain can be used in place of a buttonhole for a button closure, usually …

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  • Button loop : 3 Different ways to make and sew them easily ...

    Make a loop with the thread and needle. You can make as many as 10 thread loops; even 3 or 4 would do, though it would not be that thick. The more repeats you make for the loop the stronger and thicker the button loop would be.

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  • Thread Loops – Historical Sewing

    2020-1-5u2002·u2002Thread Loop - Finished Crochet Chain. Pull the thread ends through the loop to knot. Re-thread your needle and secure the end of the chain to the fabric creating the thread loop. Delicate thread loops, over time, may stretch out and pull away from the fabric from frequent use, allowing the hook to come off too easily.

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  • Thread Chains Two Ways

    2016-4-6u2002·u2002This will close the backstitch loop and create the first chain. 5) Repeat steps 1 – 4 until your thread chain is about two inches long. 6) Finish the thread chain by threading the needle through the last loop and pulling tight. 7) Sew the end of the thread chain to the wrong side of the outer piece, near where you began the thread chain on ...

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  • How to Knit a button loop « Knitting & Crochet :: WonderHowTo

    2010-4-9u2002·u2002Berroco knit bits shows how to knit a button loop easily within minutes. 1) Thread a tapestry needle with a 18-24″ piece of yarn. 2) Knot the end of the yarn and insert the needle where you want your first button loop. 3) Make a second stitch an inch or so away from the first stitch. 4) Tighten up the thread, placing your fingers in between the yarn and the button band creating a …

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  • Button Up

    2021-9-25u2002·u2002BUTTON LOOPS. Button loops are worked on the right side of the crocheted fabric edge and are usually completed in one row. Typically, the row is worked in single crochet, but the loops are always made of chain stitches. If you are going to give button loops a try, experiment first to see how many chain stitches you'll need to create a loop ...

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  • Tutorial: Making thread belt loops with Nancy Zieman (and ...

    2014-6-7u2002·u20023. Belt loops: Finally, the original purpose of this method, belt loops. Before you sew the side seams on a dress, place the thread loops at the waist. Sew up the sides as usual. Now you have small belt loops ready for your handmade or store bought belt. If your dress doesn't have side seams, simply sew the belt loops in with a needle.

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  • Stitch Classification - Various Types Stitches Used in ...

    2020-5-27u2002·u2002Stitch type 301 is the most common type of stitch with uses in joining garment components, topstitching, etc. Also, buttonholing, button attaching, blind stitching falls in this class of stitches. The front and back of all the other types …

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  • Different Types of Stitches with Pictures - Textile Blog

    2020-5-15u2002·u2002Stitch Class-100 (Chain stitch): The stitches under this class are made by the help of one or more than one needle thread intralooping. The needle thread enter into the fabric with the help of needle and make the loop of needle thread and the made loop is confined with the following loop made by the same needle thread.

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  • Stitch Types

    1. Class-100 (Chain Stitch): Class-100 is named chain stitch, which is produced by one or more needle threads and is characterized by interloping. In a chain stitch, one needle thread is passed through the fabric, form a needle loop, and is secured by the next loop formed by the same thread.

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  • Tutorial: Make a thread chain for a button loop – Sewing

    2010-9-15u2002·u2002Tutorial: Make a thread chain for a button loop. September 15, by Anne Weaver. Leave a Comment. Head over to Oliver + S to find out how to make a thread chain. A thread chain can be used in place of a buttonhole for a button closure, usually when there's one button on the back of a garment.

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  • Button loop : 3 Different ways to make and sew them

    Make a loop with the thread and needle. You can make as many as 10 thread loops; even 3 or 4 would do, though it would not be that thick. The more repeats you make for the loop the stronger and thicker the button loop would be.

    Get Price
  • Thread Loops – Historical Sewing

    2020-1-5u2002·u2002Thread Loop - Finished Crochet Chain. Pull the thread ends through the loop to knot. Re-thread your needle and secure the end of the chain to the fabric creating the thread loop. Delicate thread loops, over time, may stretch out and pull away from the fabric from frequent use, allowing the hook to come off too easily.

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  • Thread Chains Two Ways

    2016-4-6u2002·u2002This will close the backstitch loop and create the first chain. 5) Repeat steps 1 – 4 until your thread chain is about two inches long. 6) Finish the thread chain by threading the needle through the last loop and pulling tight. 7) Sew the end of the thread chain to the wrong side of the outer piece, near where you began the thread chain on ...

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  • How to Knit a button loop « Knitting & Crochet ::

    2010-4-9u2002·u2002Berroco knit bits shows how to knit a button loop easily within minutes. 1) Thread a tapestry needle with a 18-24″ piece of yarn. 2) Knot the end of the yarn and insert the needle where you want your first button loop. 3) Make a second stitch an inch or so away from the first stitch. 4) Tighten up the thread, placing your fingers in between the yarn and the button band creating a loop.

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  • Button Up

    2021-9-25u2002·u2002BUTTON LOOPS. Button loops are worked on the right side of the crocheted fabric edge and are usually completed in one row. Typically, the row is worked in single crochet, but the loops are always made of chain stitches. If you are going to give button loops a try, experiment first to see how many chain stitches you'll need to create a loop ...

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  • Tutorial: Making thread belt loops with Nancy Zieman (and ...

    2014-6-7u2002·u20023. Belt loops: Finally, the original purpose of this method, belt loops. Before you sew the side seams on a dress, place the thread loops at the waist. Sew up the sides as usual. Now you have small belt loops ready for your handmade or store bought belt. If your dress doesn't have side seams, simply sew the belt loops in with a needle.

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  • Stitch Classification - Various Types Stitches Used in ...

    2020-5-27u2002·u2002Stitch type 301 is the most common type of stitch with uses in joining garment components, topstitching, etc. Also, buttonholing, button attaching, blind stitching falls in this class of stitches. The front and back of all the other types are given below. 4. Class 400: Multi-thread Chain Stitch.

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  • Different Types of Stitches with Pictures - Textile Blog

    2020-5-15u2002·u2002Stitch Class-100 (Chain stitch): The stitches under this class are made by the help of one or more than one needle thread intralooping. The needle thread enter into the fabric with the help of needle and make the loop of needle thread and the made loop is confined with the following loop made by the same needle thread.

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  • Stitch Types

    1. Class-100 (Chain Stitch): Class-100 is named chain stitch, which is produced by one or more needle threads and is characterized by interloping. In a chain stitch, one needle thread is passed through the fabric, form a needle loop, and is secured by the next loop formed by the same thread.

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