Category Archives: Textile

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 »

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 »

Difference between Direct, Acid & Basic Dye

Difference between Direct, Acid & Basic Dye Rana Sohel Production Officer (Dyeing) Sunman Textile Mills Ltd. Chittagong Cell: +8801912-420118 Email: rsohel07tex@gmail.com   Direct Dye: Direct dyes are anionic dyes having substantivity for all types of cellulosic fibers. Direct dye has strong affinity towards the fiber which can be applied directly on the fiber and which… Read More »

10 Tips for Knit Garment Costing

10 Tips for Knit Garment Costing Sanjeev Tiwari Sonu Merchant at TCNS ltd Noida B-tech from U.P.T.U. University Lucknow, UP, India. Email: Sanjeevtiwari322@gamil.com   Garments Costing: Garment costing is playing very vital role in the garment industry. A key factor in the garment industry is when once sample got selected by the buyer they need a… Read More »

Flow Chart of Knitting Process in Apparel Industry

Flow Chart of  Knitting Process in Apparel Industry  Sanjeev Tiwari Sonu Merchant at TCNS ltd Noida B-tech from U.P.T.U. University Lucknow, UP, India. Email: Sanjeevtiwari322@gamil.com   Knitting: In my previous article, I was discussing about a basic flowchart of knit merchandising. Today I would like to discuss another topic about knitting, which is the total knitting… Read More »

Winding Process in Textile Industry

Winding Process in Textile Industry  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   Winding: The formation of big yarn packages which can be smoothly unwound, during next process is known as winding. Winding is the most essential process both of yarn… Read More »

Knit Fabric Faults in Production

Knit Fabric Faults in Production   Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (CU) Specialized in Apparel Manufacturing Lecturer Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com   Knit Fabric: The procedure of knit fabric construction is two interlocking loops with the help of needles and yarns. During the manufacturing process the loops are close… Read More »

Different Faults of Woven Fabrics

Different Faults of Woven Fabrics  Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (CU) Specialized in Apparel Manufacturing Merchandiser A.M.C.S Textile Ltd (AEPZ) Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com   Woven Fabric: In general words, we can say that, woven fabrics are the structural combination of warp and weft yarn. Here, warp and weft yarn combination can be changed according to… Read More »

Textile Manufacturing Flow Chart

Textile Manufacturing Process    Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (CU) Specialized in Apparel Manufacturing Merchandiser A.M.C.S Textile Ltd (AEPZ) Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com   Textile: Textile is a versatile word to use all over the world. In a normal scene, textile is including fiber to garment. A textile was mainly a woven fabric, but the terms textile… Read More »

Knitting Technology with Flow Chart

Knitting Technology with Flow Chart  Md. Mezanur Rahman Merchandiser Birds A & Z Ltd. Email: mizanur.btec@gmail.com   Knit Fabric: The fabric is produced by making a loop by needle this is called knit fabric. This is produced by Interlooping or Intralooping process. Knit fabric is produced by a knitting machine using different type of cam design… Read More »