The tailor’s dictionnary (E)

Hugo JACOMET

The tailor’s dictionnary (E)

This series of posts is published with the courtesy of Scabal, Bespoken (Scabal’s magazine promoting a tailor-made lifestyle) and Alan Cannon Jones (Director for Menswear and Bespoke Tailoring at the London College of Fashion)

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EASING IN

The manipulation of additional material into a seam to create fullness.

EDGE STITCHING

A decorative stitch along the edge of a garment. In tailoring, this is often a pick stitch.

ENDS

The warp yarns in a fabric.

EYE OF THE BUTTONHOLE

The rounded end of the buttonhole into which the shank or neck of the button will pull when the garment is fastened.