Seam Finishes                                

Name: _________________ Teacher: Judy Hatch
Date: 8-14-03 Class:
Description:
Excellent Satisfactory Needs Improvement
Clean Finish Edge is turned 1/4" to wrong side of fabric and stitched close to fold. Edge is turned to wrong side of fabric and stitched. Edge is not turned and stitched properly.
Stitched & Pinked Seam is a stright 5/8" and backstitched, with the right sides of fabric together. The seam is pressed open flat. The stitching is straight and the pinking is only cutting off a small amout of the seam allowance. Seam is sewn with right sides of fabric together. The seam is pressed. The stitching and pinking are adaquate. The seam is irregular and the stitching and pinking are not properly placed.
Zigzag Open Seam is a stright 5/8" and backstitched, with the right sides of the fabric together. The seam is pressed open flat. The zigzag is the proper width for the fabric and placed close to the cut edge of the seam. Seam is sewn with right sides of fabric together. The seam is pressed. The zigzag is adaquate. The seam may not be the proper width or backstitched. The fabric may not be right sides together and the zigzag is not properly placed.
Zigzag Closed Seam is a stright 1/4" and backstitched, with the right sides of fabric together. The seam is pressed to one side. The zigzag is the proper width for the fabric and placed close to the cut edge of the seam. Seam is sewn with right sides of fabric together. The seam is pressed. The zigzag is adaquate. The seam may not be the proper width or backstitched. The fabric may not be right sides together and the zigzag is not properly placed.
Serged Open Seam is a stright 5/8" and backstitched, with the right sides of the fabric together. The seam is pressed open flat. The serging is straight and stitched close to the cut edge of the seam. Seam is sewn with right sides of fabric together. The seam is pressed. The serging is adaquate. The seam may not be the proper width or backstitched. The fabric may not be right sides together and the serging is not even or straight.
Serged Closed Seam is a stright 1/4" and backstitched, with the right sides of fabric together. The seam is pressed to one side. The serging is the proper width for the fabric and placed close to the cut edge of the seam. Seam is sewn with right sides of fabric together. The seam is pressed. The serging is adaquate. The seam may not be the proper width or backstitched. The fabric may not be right sides together and the serging is not even or straight.