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assorted Free library of quality information for beginners to experts of textile industry, to learn and understand processes and technologies pertaining to textiles, illustrated in easily understandable language

Pattern Markings

apparel apparel-making Marking refers to the process of placing pattern pieces to maximize the number of patterns that can be cut out of a given piece of fabric in order to make garments.Pattern making is a highly skilled technique which calls for technical ability, sensitivity for design interpretation and a practical understanding of the process technology used by the factory. Industrial pattern making has two basic type

Warp Knitting

fabric knitting Warp knitting is the sequential formation and interlinking of loops in an axial direction on a lateral array of needles with at least one separate thread being supplied to each needle. The loops are joined together in a width-wise direction by moving the threads back and forth between adjacent needles.

Sea and Air Freight

apparel assorted Although most orders for garments are placed by buyers on FOB basis, with buyers to pay for freight at the shipping destination, it is still necessary for the shipper or the agent to know how to calculate sea freight and air freight as buyers always need to know how much freight the merchandise cost per dz. If you are required to sell on CIF basis, (with the shipper to prepay for freight at the shipping port) you will need to calculate the freight accurately for your own costing

Sewing

apparel Sewers stitch fabric pieces together, and a garment is assembled

Fabric Cost

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Woven Fabrics

fabric weaving Woven fabrics are made by using two or more sets of yarn interlaced at right angles to each other. Much variety is produced by weaving.

Substrate Formation

knitting spinning weaving yarn Textile substrates are formed from yarns or fibre webs by several techniques including weaving, knitting, tufting, and nonwoven formation. Composites of textile substrates are formed by bonding two fabrics together by use of an adhesive to form a bonded substrate or backed substrate or by application of cut fibres to an adhesive-coated substrate to form a flocked substrate.

Bra Anatomy and its Size

apparel Bra manufacturing requires an indepth knowledge about the anatomy of Bra which consist of parts like Apex,strap, adjuster,hook and eye,cup, cradle,sling,wing etc. Each of which plays a very important role and therefore one needs to know them and thier correct use

Cotton Fibres

apparel fiber Cotton is a soft staple fibre that grown in a form known as a boll around the seeds of the cotton plant, a shrub native to tropical and subtropical regions.