Doyousew Dot Com Releases Sewing Elastic Buyers Guide

Tue Jul 11, 2017 - 5:15pm UTC

Doyousew Dot Com offers tips for sewing novices as well as for those who have more experience. A recent blog post covers the topic of choosing sewing elastic for various projects and purposes.

Costa Mesa CA – July 11, 2017 /MarketersMedia/ —

Doyousew Dot Com and founder Keile Haley are pleased to announce the recent release of a blog and website article on the topic of sewing elastic. The article is entitled “Best Sewing Elastic 2017 – Buyer’s Guide and Review”. The information contained in the article may be helpful to more experienced readers as well as to those who are just beginning a project. Elastic is used for various types of sewing projects, but not all elastic is appropriate for every project.

The buyers guide contains some subheadings relating to the types of elastic and their uses. An introduction describes the construction of the types of elastic, which at their most basic are designed to have a core of rubber or stretchable synthetics bound or wrapped in polyester, cotton, nylon or a blend of fiber threads. The exterior threads are braided, woven or knit together to create the product. It comes in a variety of thicknesses and widths; different elastics have more or less stretch.

Elastic can be threaded through casings or stitched directly to the fabric to control fullness. Nearly all elastic has rubber cores, although there are latex-free products available. For maximum versatility, a blend of rubber and polyester is preferred. Consideration should be given to the type of laundry expectations when choosing the best elastic for the job.

The major categories of elastics for sewing include braided elastic, knit elastic, woven elastic and clear elastic. Elastic thread is ideal for shirring fabric, and fashion elastic comes in a variety of prints and colors. Specialty elastics include foldover elastic, metallics and stretchable trim and buttonhole elastics.

Another section in the article provides tips for sewing elastic, as well as how to sew a casing for elastic. The website contains some other helpful articles and blog content.

Contact Info:
Name: Keile Haley
Organization: Doyousew Dot Com
Address: 3049 Loysburg Bay #43, Costa Mesa CA 92626
Phone: (544) 335-1728

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