Gang-Loading – techniques that allow multiple unit loading, providing embroidery in a single loading operation.
Gapping – when the fabric may be seen through the embroidery design. Also termed “grin through.”
Holding Fixtures – devices that hold or frame small or unusually shaped items.
Hook Assembly – holds the bobbin case in the machine, playing a vital role in stitch formation.
Hoop – device made from plastic, metal, or wood that tightly grips the fabric between an inner and outer ring and attaches to the machine’s pantograph for sewing.
Hooping – also called “framing,” the term for loading item to be embroidered into a hoop.
Hooping Board – ensures uniform placement of the hoop onto the material.
H Test – method of testing thread tension.
Interlock Stitch – two or more rows of overlapping satin stitches.
Jumbo Rotary Hook – rotary hook that holds a bobbin case with larger thread capacity than a standard hook.
Jump Stitch – movement of the machine without needle penetration commonly used to move from one point in a design to another.
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