What kind of tool is tailor’s chalk?
Tailor’s chalk is traditionally a hard chalk used to make temporary markings on cloth or a garment. This type of special chalk marks the spot on a garment where a garment might need to be taken in or let out, shortened or mark the placement of where to place an embellishment making it easy to see the exact placement.
What is the function of tailor’s chalk?
A thin piece of hard chalk used in tailoring for making temporary alteration marks on clothing. A chalk-like material used for marking alterations on fabric in tailoring and dressmaking. The marks are brushed or washed off the material when no longer needed.
What is the first step to do before laying the patterns over the fabric?
Press your tissue pattern pieces before you lay them on your fabric. Your pattern pieces will have creases in them from being folded in an envelope. If you put your iron on a low setting, you can safely press the creases out without damaging your pattern pieces.