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Home • Industry FAQs • How can I stop knit fabrics from getting needle damage or holes in fabric?
  1. Knit fabrics can be prone to damage from both the needles used and in some cases the sewing machines that are used to make knit garments. Using a fine needle with a round point helps to reduce this problem. machines check needle point and change as required inspect at regular intervals.
  2. Check the feed line, the throat plate, feeders and presser foot for makes or sharp edges which may cause problems.
  3. Check for needle deflection and adjust the sewing machine or change needle type to help reduce this problem.
  4. Check for deflection caused by the needle guards.
  5. Check fabric for staple holes, fault lines or poor finish which may make the fabric prone to damage.