the first stage for garment production is sampling. From sampling, we get information related to cost, timing, labor and production of garment production. The buyer can also be satisfied by sampling. Sampling also gives us market knowledge along with other knowledge of garment production.


Garment production starts with the cutting process. In this process, the fabric is being cut into components (shapes or patterns of different garment parts, i.e. front, back, sleeve, collar shapes etc.). In mass production, multiple layers of fabrics are laid on a table and many garments are being cut at a time.


By embroidering onto an item of clothing, you ensure that you are providing the highest quality for your design. Printed designs are likely to crack and flake after a certain amount of wear, but you can be confident that your embroidered design will remain intact.


Stitching is the process whereby fabric is fashioned into a finished product by means of different sewing techniques. The stitching stage holds extreme significance to ensure that the product takes its shape according to requirements. In itself a highly specialized field, stitching requires care and precision.

Quality Check

Quality control in garment manufacturing is the process of setting inspection requirement, inspecting product, finding defects, and making repairs or corrections. In general, apparel products are assessed for the following criteria during quality control.


The packing process takes place in the warehouse and typically consists of choosing appropriate materials and an appropriate container to pack the products, weighing the package, and labeling it with the relevant invoice or packing slip.


The process of sending goods or products to their intended destination. It involves a series of steps, including preparing the goods for shipment, coordinating transportation, and arranging for the delivery of the goods to the recipient.

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