What better a single or double stitch?
However, there is something to be said about the functionality of double-stitch over single-stitch. Here are some pro/cons of single-stitched garments vs double-stitched garments.
|Light-weight||Less durable when compared to Double Stitch|
|Less expensive to produce||Loose hems can be undesirable to some buyers|
When did they stop making single stitch shirts?
Single stitch sleeves are commonly found on vintage tees and mostly fell out of production in the mid-90’s. If your shirt has two rows of stitching on the hem of the sleeves (double stitching) it is most likely a modern shirt.
Why are vintage T shirts so expensive?
Like any collectible item, rare vintage band tees fetch high prices usually due to demand and popularity. Icons such as. Hendrix, Stones and Zeppelin most likely will carry a hefty price tag.
Why are vintage band shirts so expensive?
After Bieber and Co.: The media spotlight made vintage band tees desirable for a broader audience. More interest meant more demand: More demand meant more scarcity. Scarcity made them more expensive to collect.
What does double stitch mean?
: a stitch (as in a pamphlet) made by fastening two loops of a single thread in the center of the fold.