Patchwork is the most basic method in the sewing process and also the most widely used method in the production of plush toys. When sewing, the two pieces of materials are superposed on the front side. The hair is scraped off and the seam is cut along the edge of the material pieces. After the sewing is completed, the body can be turned over.
The clamping stitching is mainly used for the upper ear and sometimes for the smaller hand or tail. Cotton should be inserted into the tail or hands and feet before the seam is required. Due to the large number of layers of sewing, the clamping stitching is necessary to use the thick needle to sew 2 to 3 stiches to reinforce as required.
The pocket stitching is different from the clamping stitching and also a common method for connecting the upper head, the hand, and the foot. After sewing, the pockets should be filled in by the cotton. The pockets are divided into round pockets and loose pockets.
The tucking is also a way of to express the sleek appearance. The difference between the tucking and pleating is that the tucking does not see wrinkles in appearance but the pleating have obvious regular pleats.
The mouth line is to sew a line at 1 mm of the front side edge after splicing the material piece and then turning it over.
The top stitch is a quilting line at the specified location and length on the front side after the material sewn.
The material of the piping thread is placed on the sewn pieces and the thread can be added to the piping material as required.
The sealing stitching is also called the back and forth stitching, or the backward stitching. The sealing stitching is mainly to make the beginning and end of the quilting firm and not open. It is the most common method used in the production of wholesale plush toys
. The operation method is to raise the foot presser of the machine slightly when starting and stopping the needle, and returning the needle to the same trajectory back and forth.