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By Antonio Sant'Elia

Il "Manifesto dell'Architettura futurista" fu pubblicato l'11 luglio 1914 dall'architetto Antonio Sant'Elia, e propone un nuovo modello di architettura che esalta l. a. funzionalità della bellezza. Fu uno dei manifesti del Futurismo.

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Antonio Sant'Elia (Como, 30 aprile 1888 – Monfalcone, 10 ottobre 1916) è stato un architetto italiano esponente del Futurismo.

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Used in the past for underwear. Cutting out: use a nap layout Seams: plain, neatened with serger or zigzag stitch or Hong Kong finish 41 Needle: machine size 14; sharps for hand sewing Pressing: steam iron on a wool setting with a pressing cloth; use a seam roll as the fabric is prone to marking Use for: coats, jackets, skirts, men’s wear Thread: polyester all-purpose thread GABARDINE A hard-wearing suiting fabric with a distinctive weave. Gabardine often has a sheen and is prone to shine. It can be difficult to handle as it is springy and frays badly.

This type of interfacing is suitable for crafts and for more structured garments. LIGHTWEIGHT WOVEN A very light, woven fusible that is almost sheer, this can be difficult to cut out as it tends to stick to the scissors. It is suitable for all light to medium-weight fabrics. KNITTED A knitted fusible is ideally suited to a knit fabric as the two will be able to stretch together. Some knitted fusibles only stretch one way, while others will stretch in all directions. A knitted fusible is also a good choice on fabrics that have a percentage of stretch.

The 3-thread stitch is used primarily for neatening. A 4-thread stitch can also be used for neatening, as well as for construction due to its having the extra thread. 3-THREAD SERGER STITCH You can purchase additional feet for the serger. Some will speed up your sewing by performing tasks such as gathering. 4-THREAD SERGER STITCH SERGER NEEDLES The serger uses a ballpoint needle, which creates a large loop in the thread for the loopers to catch and produce a stitch. If a normal sewing machine needle is used, it could damage the serger.

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