Which Kind of Stitching Is Best With Bordering Machine?

Bordering machine is mainly used for border variety of functions such as quilting, bedding, etc. It is extremely suitable in numerous industries particularly in the manufacturing sector where edge and biding processes are vital to give precise finishing to manufactured articles. Although there may be several types of machinery to perform, edge or bordering processes, however, this is specially designed to work by the fixed frame to give the intended result. This machine is used in many of the following applications and so, it is essential to choose the best one which suits the requirements.

In general, Border working involves sewing or stitching edge or biding stitches around the fabric. It can be done using any variety of needles such as double point needles (DP), single point needles (SP), and needlepoint needles (LP). There are different types of needles and thus, they should be chosen with care to get the best results.

Bordering Machines

Applications of Bordering Machines

If you intend to sew delicate fabrics such as baby clothing, quilting, curtains, etc. then a big automatic machine will work better. It allows you to stitch in bulk and also has a good thread feed mechanism. It enables sewing continuous stitches without interruptions. It also has the special function of cutting thread to avoid messy seams.

Last but not least, you need to consider the stitching capacity of the bordering machine. If you are stitching heavier fabrics such as denim, leather, canvas, etc., then you need a bigger machine. On the other hand, if you are stitching thinner fabrics such as cotton or flannel, then you can make use of smaller machines. It simply depends on your requirement and requirements. Stitching machines should be bought based on the kind of stitches you intend to perform as well as your level of expertise.

Written by Yash Shah

This blog is written by Mr. Yash Shah about various machine tools including lathe, drill, milling, tool room and sheet metal machines.

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