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Sometimes there are certain patterns and sewing that are not very pleasing to the owner of the garment.
There are flannels that have excess patterns that take away the charm of the garment, or caps or hats that have so many details that look like a Christmas tree.
For this reason, in this article, we will explain how to remove those seams and patterns that we do not like, or we are uncomfortable with our garments.
It should be noted that there is no single technique that depends a lot on the pattern and the tools that we have available at the moment.
Therefore, we will explain several techniques that can serve to remove those patterns from our clothes.
Removing Straight Sewing Patterns
In many cases, most of all in flannels and jackets, we see seam patterns made in a straight line, which looks unattractive and more in an area that looks simple.
Here, we will explain how to use a simple tool, sewing machine; we can easily get rid of those annoying seams.
The first step is to locate or get a sewing thread cutter and start cutting thread by thread.
You must take into account several things before starting the process, first that the tool has enough edge, since this tool, like everything, lose their edge after a while.
The technique for decorating is very simple, and it is recommended to cut the threads by the back of the garment of 3 in 3 that is to cut one by one.
Until reaching three later, by the front of the clothes, pull the thread of such way to remove that section.
That is repeated until the boss is totally out. After that, you can use the handle of the tool, which has a kind of rubber that serves to catch the remaining threads of clothing.
Another technique that is usually used especially for flat cloth jackets and flannels is to place at one end of the garment held by the baking machine, and the other end should be stretched to be fully extended.
With a thread cutter, it begins to pass in a straight line cutting each of the threads. This has to be done with the part that has a rubber on the tip of the tool.
This technique must be done with great care because you can break the garment if it is not done correctly.
So, if it is your first time, do it little by little until you become a teacher and can do it with more mastery and naturalness.
The last technique is to decode this pattern using a hairdressing knife or removing paint.
It is held as in the previous example, the part to be uncovered in a sewing machine, and thread cutting begins with thread until the pattern has been completely cut.
Removing Patterns of Caps
Sometimes, there are patterns of hats that we do not like, or we never liked. But as it is given we could not complain.
However, there are ways to get rid of those annoying patterns, in this section we are going to show as in a simple way we can eliminate those ugly patterns.
To begin, we must wash the cap in question, preferably in a washing machine, so that it is wet, but not completely wet.
Then you should grab cardboard of approximately 30 cm, it should be rolled in such a way that it is curved.
When extending, it is proceeded to cut with a scissor or razor, each of the doubles that are produced, the cuts should not be more than 3 cm.
The next step is to place the cap in an inverted way, in such a way that we avoid any risk of damaging the cap.
Then fill the inner part, in such a way, that it is completely filled, that there is no type of hole.For this, we can use a rolled towel or plastic bags.
The cap is placed on a table or other base with a flat surface, it is fastened, placing something heavy on the cap of the cap in such a way that it does not move, and later with a knife, it begins to cut the threads of the cap.
With a clamp, each of the threads is pulled until none is left. Already, here what is missing is to turn the cap and proceed to clean the remains that remain and will have a clean cap, which you can place the pattern you want.
In conclusion, there are techniques that can make the clothes that we did not like for certain details they had, we begin to like eliminating these details.
There are certainly many more techniques to eliminate these discomforts in our clothes, however, here we have exposed the most used and the easiest.
It was a pleasure until the next.