This glossary is a help to me during the writing of this blog. It might be of help to you to. Feel free to improve it. :)

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Explanation*

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backstitch

backfästa

   

ball point needle

rundhuvad synål

kudrilo kun ronda pinto

rounded tip

 

ball point pin

rundhuvad nål

pinglo kun ronda pinto

  

bobin

undertråds bobin

   

cotton

bomull

kotono

plant-fibre

 

cross-wise grain

tygtvären

 

perpendicular to the length of the fabric comming from the bolt

 

fabric right side

rätsida

  

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fabric weight

tygvikt

   

fabric wrong side

avigsida

  

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feetdogs

matarfötter

   

fray

remsa upp

   

garnment

tyg

tekso

  

grain

  

A linear texture of a material or surface. "Cut along the grain of the wood."

 

hem

fållkant?

orlo

A hem in sewing is a garment finishing method, where the edge of a piece of cloth is folded narrowly and sewn to prevent unravelling of the fabric.

 

hemp

hampa

hempo

plant-fibre

 

length-wise grain

tyglängden

   

linens

linnen

litotukoj

Linens are fabric household goods intended for daily use, such as bedding, tablecloths and towels.

 

muslin

toall

 

When sewing clothing, a dressmaker may test the fit of a garment, using an inexpensive muslin fabric before cutting the intended expensive fabric, thereby avoiding potential costly mistakes. The muslin garment is often called a "muslin", and the process is called "making a muslin".

 

rayon

viscose

 

Rayon is a manufactured regenerated cellulose fiber.

 

seam allowance

sömsmån

   

selvage

stadkant

 

The selvage (US English) or selvedge (British English) is the term for the self-finished edges of fabric.

 

stitch length

stygnlängd

   

strech knit fabric

trikå

   

trimming

tillklippning

   

underwear

underkläder

subvesto

Clothes worn next to the skin, underneath outer clothing.

 

walking foot

gåfot med matarfunktion

promenanta tenilo por kudromasxino

a tool that you can apply to your ordinary sweing machine to make your life easier when working with strech knit fabric

 
     

* Most explanations are from Wikipedia. Some are from Wiktionary. Everything is CC-BY-SA.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_sewing_terms

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glossary_of_textile_terminology