Just size of the ball and cricket ball has a seam.
seam to seam
If you are asking how many stitches are on the white laced seam of the American football, then the answer is eight.
a curved seam is a seam that is curved
One possible term is the seam.
The three types of seam are Plain seam, French seam and Ancient or Old German flat seam.
What does the Football term pig in a poke mean?
a seam that is exposed
An enclosed seam, or a French seam, is a seam that is sewn with the wrong sides of the fabric together. A second seam is usually sewn with the right sides together so that the first seam is enclosed.
In the English term, "football" means soccer. But The American term football is played with the hands And helmets on!
Seem is the homophone for seam.
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An open seam is a general purpose seam. An open seam is two pieces of fabric sewn together, and then the seam allowances are pressed open, creating a flat and clean seam line on the right side of the fabric.
A seam is where two or more bits of cloth are overlapped. A seam consists of cloth.
You need to explain what seam you mean? A seam of coal? A seam in a jacket?
The pipe which is formed by seam welding.
double channel seam
flat seam is used for decorative purpose. Seam edges do not overlap but flatted together. Seam is constructed with a minimum of 3 fabrics.
A self-enclosed seam is a seam that does not result in a raw edge but a finished, enclosed seam. See related links for more details.
To sew a concealed seam first sew the seam with the right side out wards, (the opposite way to how you would normally sew a seam). Next trim off the edges of the seam quite close to the stitch line. Lastly, turn the garment inside out and re-sew the seam close to the first stitching, you have now enclosed the first seam with its raw edges inside the second seam.
A seam roll is the name given to a roll of fabric that is used with an iron to press a seam flat.
The fabric between the seam and the cut edge is referred to as the seam allowance.