All our shirts are constructed using the single-needle stitching method. We do not use lock stitching or interlocking to close the seams in our shirts. Lock-stitching refers to the two threads, upper and lower, being locked together in the hole in the fabric through which they pass. Unlike chain stitch, lock-stitch does not unravel easily, making it difficult to remove. The term single-needle stitching, often found on dress shirt labels, refers to lock stitch, as opposed to chain stitch which unravels easily and is usually used on lower quality garments.
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