Author Archives: Noor Ahmed Raaz

Top 12 Samples in Apparel Industry

 Top 12 Samples in Apparel Industry Reeha Ismail Sayyad Asst. Editor Textile Merchandising Assistant Professor CNCVCW SIBER, Kolhapur, India. E-mail: afsana.sayyad@gmail.com   Garments Samples: The buyer also requires different types of samples after placing an order. In production, stage exporter needs to submit a few more samples to the buyer at different stages as per the… Read More »

Sample Development Process in Apparel Industry

Sample Development Process in Apparel Industry Reeha Ismail Sayyad Asst. Editor Textile Merchandising Assistant Professor CNCVCW SIBER, Kolhapur, India. E-mail: afsana.sayyad@gmail.com   Garments Sampling: The sample is a product which represents a group of product or lot. The sample will reflect the quality and workmanship of the exporter or manufacturer. Garment samples are inevitably important part… Read More »

Top 5 Working Steps of Merchandising Department in Apparel

Top 5 Working Steps of Merchandising Department in Apparel  Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (CU) Lecturer, Department of Textile Engineering Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com   Merchandising Section: This is the section where linked up all of section in textile for this reason, we should proper knowledge about the working… Read More »

Difference between Straight Knife and Round Knife Cutting Machine

Difference between Straight knife and Round knife Cutting Machine Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (CU) Lecturer, Department of Textile Engineering Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com   Hand operated Cutting Machine: Hand shears are normally used when cutting only single or double plies. The lower blade of the shears passes under… Read More »

Application of Structural Design in Apparel Industry

 Application of Structural Design in Apparel Industry Reeha Ismail Sayyad Asst. Editor Textile Merchandising Assistant Professor CNCVCW SIBER, Kolhapur, India. E-mail: afsana.sayyad@gmail.com   Structural Designing: Every designer works on a collection. A collection can consist of minimum of six dresses to maximum twenty or more dresses. All the dress belong to a similar theme. The dresses… Read More »

Costing and Consumption in Apparel

Costing and Consumption in Apparel Jeevan S. Kadam B.Sc in Textile Engineering Shivaji University, Kolhapur. Merchandiser (Costing) Perlei Textiles Pvt. Ltd., Tiruppur, India. Email: jeevankadam16@gmail.com   Merchandising Costing: Garment costing is the important issue for an export order execution. For this reason every renowned apparel organization has won, costing department, which help the merchandising department… Read More »

Woven and Knit Garments Consumption in Apparel Industry

 Woven and Knit Garments Consumption in Apparel Industry Reeha Ismail Sayyad Asst. Editor Textile Merchandising Assistant Professor CNCVCW SIBER, Kolhapur, India. E-mail: afsana.sayyad@gmail.com   Woven and Knit Garments: Apparel costing in the garment making process is one of the most complex procedures. There are a lot of things that go into costing/pricing a single piece of… Read More »

Application of CAD/CAM Software in Apparel Industry

Application of CAD/CAM Software in Apparel Industry  Reeha Ismail Sayyad Asst. Editor Textile Merchandising Assistant Professor CNCVCW SIBER, Kolhapur, India. E-mail: afsana.sayyad@gmail.com   CAD/CAM: CAD/CAM is computer aided designing and computer aided manufacturing is the best solution for textile manufacturers. CAD in the fashion industry is used typically to assist in the design process. CAD allows… Read More »

Difference between Dyeing and Printing

Difference between Dyeing and Printing Noor Ahmed Raaz CEO & Editor in Cheif Textile Merchandising Blog Lecturer, Department of Textile Engineering Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com   Dyeing: Dyeing is one of the major procedures in the textile manufacturing process. Dying is the process where textile materials are become changed physically or… Read More »

In-process Inspection in Garments

 In-process Inspection in Garments   Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (CU) Lecturer Department of Textile Engineering Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com   Garments Quality: Garments inspection is directly related to the garment quality. Quality means the garments are reasonably acceptable that means no problem with seam, appearance, performance, filling, acceptable accessories.… Read More »