Definition of Overlock. Meaning of Overlock. Synonyms of Overlock

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Meaning of Overlock from wikipedia

- An overlock is a kind of stitch that sews over the edge of one or two pieces of cloth for edging, hemming, or seaming. Usually an overlock sewing machine...
- varieties of overlock stitch. Overlock machines with five or more threads usually make both a chainstitch with one needle and one looper, and an overlock stitch...
- The Merrow Sewing Machine Company, best known for inventing the overlock sewing machine, is a manufacturer of sewing machines. After the explosion of his...
- together with an overlock stitch using a serger. Plain seams may also be pressed open, with each seam allowance separately secured with an overlock stitch. Traditional...
- garment instead of hanging loose from it. It is made by adjusting the overlock or the thread overedge stitch. Flatlock stitching increases the strength...
- manufacturer of textile machines, including fabric presses and sewing, overlock and coverstitch machines. Elna sewing machines are included in the collections...
- half might be lockstitch machines and the other half divided between overlock machines, chain stitch machines, and various other specialized machines...
- its ability to sew with yarn and stitch thick goods with a consistent overlock edge. From 1877 to 1925 the machine evolved dramatically, and consequently...
- weight of the cloth does not hang from one line of stitching. A five-thread overlock hem made with a serger machine. This photo shows the inside of the garment...
- structure: Chain stitch, made with one thread Lockstitch, made with two threads Overlock, made with one to five threads Coverstitch, made with two or four threads...
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