A sweater or knitwear is the most popular clothing item, especially for the winter season. But now a day this clothing item has become a favorite one due to its total weight variation. We can find a sweater from lightweight to heavyweight with different patterns and designs.
A sweater, typically known as a jumper, is worn in the cold season, with long sleeves covering the body’s upper part. It can be made by knitting or crocheting in the industries or at home. It becomes an essential part of your fashion in the winter season. In this article, we will know about the industrial production process of a Sweater.
Table of Contents
Section wise Sweater Manufacturing Process
Bobbins are prepared from here for yarn distribution section.
Yarn Distribution Section
Yarns are distributed from here to knitting sections.
Each and every part of a sweater’s garments is knitted here.
1st Inspection Section
Each and every knitted part are checked here as per design.
Shoulders are joined here between the front and back parts. Armholes are joined and set between body and sleeve. Necks are joined with the bodies.
Additional and excess lengthy and extended yarns are inserted into the sweater body for beautifications.
2nd Inspection Section
Full complete linked sweater bodies are rechecked here.
Complete bodies are washed here.
Hydro Extractor Section
Washed bodies are extracted and squeezed water from these ones for the drying machine.
Hydro extracted bodies are dried through the drying machine.
Dried bodies are steam ironed here for finishing.
Labeling Sewing Section
Ironed bodies are sewn with level here by label sewing machine.
3rd Inspection Section
Final qualities are rechecked here for poly packing. Final measurements are rechecked here according to the measurement chart supplied by the buyer.
The final and third rechecking bodies are poly-packed there.
Poly-packs are inserted into the cartons for shipment.
Inspection by Buyer
Heaving reopened the several specific cartons, the inside garments are rechecked by the buyer for shipment.
Export documents are made ready and prepared here for shipment.
He is Abu Sayed, the founder of the blog site Textile Apex. He is a Textile Engineer having eight years plus practical experience in the Textile and Clothing industries. With a deep love for fashion and a keen eye for detail, he combines his creative flair with extensive knowledge to offer insightful and engaging content to his readers.