Category Archives: Fabric

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 »

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 »

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 »

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 »

Flow Chart of Fabric Manufacturing

Flow Chart of Fabric Manufacturing Noor Ahmed Raaz B.Sc. in Textile Engineering (CU) Specialized in Apparel Manufacturing Lecturer, Department of Textile Engineering Atish Dipankar University of Science & Technology Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com   Fabric: Fabric is a plain sheet of cloth, which is made from natural or man-made fibers by weaving or knitting process. Most fabrics… Read More »

Difference between Woven Fabric and Knit Fabric

Difference between Woven Fabric and Knit Fabric  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: The surface of woven fabric is usually hard and not stretch. Formation of woven fabrics are two sets of yarns. Those yarns are known as warp… Read More »

Methods of Alternative Fabrics Joining

Methods of Alternative Fabrics Joining  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   Alternative Methods: The dominant process in the assembly of garments is sewing, which is done by needle and thread for joining of fabrics. The methods/systems/processes which have been developed as… Read More »

Causes and Remedies of Fabric Damage

Causes and Remedies of Fabric Damage  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   Fabric Damage: A garment product can be rejected due to damage of fabrics or yarn of fabrics in the seam line. This is mainly happening due to wrong needle… Read More »