For correct and safe sewing, we need to remember and follow the instructions.
The first practice lesson for tailors always starts with safety rules.
In serious sewing schools, the student signs a document agreeing to comply with the safety rules and instructions.
The sewing process is both magical and dangerous. Magic is we create beautiful things from a piece of the fabric. But in the process, many risks await us. Therefore, we must be careful. If for some reason you are under stress, it is best to start work later. In stress, it is very easy to cut your fingers with scissors, burn yourself with an iron or damage the material.
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For high-quality sewing, we need a good light. You may need to have a desk lamp if you feel that there is not enough light when doing manual work.
We always iron the fabric before the sewing process. We have several reasons for this:
We must be extremely careful when working with the iron.
Scissors are the most dangerous part of the manual sewing process. Scissors can damage fingers and fabric.
Keep pins on the pincushion and needles in the needle pad or a separate box designated only for needles. Works better if there is a magnet in the box. It’s easy to lose pins and needles. They end up on the floor or stuck in the most surprising places. For thit reason, it’s safer to wear shoes in the sewing room. But far worse things can happen. Children and pets find them and they go right into their mouths, so need be very prudent. Carpet is the worst surface because pins usually land sharp side up and are especially difficult to see. Always sweep or vacuum in your sewing room.
You may not have been in this situation yet, but when you want to rip off the thread it is very easy to cut your fingers. Use scissors to trim the thread.
A cut on the fingers is painful, but it is also a problem that blood can leave stains on the fabric that are very difficult to remove.
But if you cut yourself with scissors or pricked yourself with a needle, it is possible that the client pricked himself with a pin during the fitting – you should always have an antiseptic. Such an organization is about taking care of your health and your client’s.
I buy chlorhexidine and use a spray bottle. You can use any antiseptic.
It happens that when you cut your fingers with scissors or puncture with a needle, the blood does not stop. I always have a medical tape in my workplace. An antiseptic and a medical plaster are the minimum that should be. Some tailors also have panthenol for burns.
Dear , please always be careful, and then the sewing process will be safe and of high quality.
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