Stitching: Sewing Defects in Garments

Sewing is the art of garments. Every hole produced during the sewing process is a stitch. Stitching defects are sewing defects produced during the sewing process. As sewing is the only construction operation process for a garment, 80% of defects of garments is a stitching-related defects. Sewing is the major operation in garments manufacturing. Stitching[…]

Product Safety and Regularity defects in Garments Industry

Product Safety and Regularity defects in Garments Industry A user wants comfort, and safe for wearing cloth. Product safety and regularity defects are very critical for a garments manufacturer and retailer. Anything is reworkable except safety and regularity defects. The result of having these types of defects in garments leads to hampering business, losing reputation,[…]

Trims and Accessories Defects found in Apparel Industry

Trims and accessories are the incoming raw materials in the apparel industry. There are fabrics apart from these items, fabric defects we discussed in another article. These items attach to garments by sewing, HTS, and other processes. Incoming inspection to find out trims defects will help to make a good product. Trims defects are the[…]

How to handle Lycra Breakage: order in Garments Industry

Lycra fabric is very sensitive having high stretchability. So in different processes in sewing and washing, it is breaking. Its means the lycra fiber is broken or damaged. Lycra breakage is a common problem in the garments industry and generally occurs in the sewing and washing process. So, some carefulness needs for handling lycra fabric[…]

Product & Process Risk assessment in Garments Industry

Nowadays Product & Process Risk assessment and analysis is one of the most impotent methods in kinds of business. Because of the risk analysis, we can know what kinds of possible risks can occur in the full of manufacturing process and service which is a barrier to achieving the ultimate goal. As we can all[…]

Mold Prevention and Control SOP of Garments

Mold or ‘mould’ is a simple microscopic organism, present virtually everywhere in any organic product, indoors and outdoors. Molds, along with wood, mushrooms, and yeasts, are fungi and are needed to break down dead material and recycle nutrients in the environment. Molds simply require moisture and an organic food source, such as leaves, wood, paper,[…]

Measurement Control of high Stretch Fabric in the Garments Industry

The very high stretch fabric used in the garments industry, in some cases shrinkage rate is up to 15-16%. This article covers the best practices right from the fabric store to Finishing to ensure consistent measurements in the end product of high stretch fabrics. This is a guideline article to hit the measurement specification right[…]

How to do Shade variation Control in Garments Industry

To determine the shade variation and get the correct shade in garments, we need to control the shade in the fabric stage. Shade is a big issue for buyers in the garments industry. Complete garments may get rejected only for shade. Share variation control is the most important thing in the dyeing and printing stage[…]

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