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Production Sequence of a Basic T-shirt

Production Sequence of a Basic T-shirt
Noor Ahmed Raaz
Asst. Merchandiser
A.M.C.S Textile Ltd
Email: raju.uttara105@gmail.com



Introduction:
T-shirt is a lightweight, usually knitted, pullover shirt, close-fitting and with a round neckline and short sleeves, worn as an undershirt or outer garment. A T-shirt is a style of fabric shirt, named after the T shape of the body and sleeves. It is very popular now a day’s among all classes of people specially in young generation. These are very fashionable, classic, durable and easy to wear. In this article I will give a sewing flowchart of a basic t-shirt.
Production Sequence of a Basic T-shirt
Basic T-shirt
Production Sequence of a Basic T-shirt

Pieces received from cutting section.

Front part and back part matching according to number and size so that avoiding shading problem.

Shoulder joining by over lock sewing machine.

Shoulder top stitching by flat lock/plain sewing machine.

Rib sewing (for neck) as per size by plain sewing machine.

Rib rounding by plain sewing machine.

Rib contrasting (if needed) by plain sewing machine.

Neck joining with the body by over lock sewing machine.

Neck top stitching by flat lock sewing machine.

Neck piping with the back part by plain sewing machine.

Piping top stitching by flat lock/plain sewing machine.

Sleeve contrasting (if needed) by plain sewing machine.

Sleeve hemming by over lock sewing machine.

Sleeve matching according to number so that avoiding shading.

Sleeve joining with the body (Left and Right) by over lock sewing machine.

Sleeve tagging by plain sewing machine so as to facilitate easy positioning while side seaming.

Side seaming with label by over lock sewing machine.

Length measuring and scissoring if necessary.

Bottom contrasting by plain sewing machine.

Bottom hemming by flat lock (Zigzag stitch) sewing machine.

Inspection and send it for ironing.

N.B: Stitch type at each and every point must be followed carefully. Some samples (counter sample) are hung at the top of the line to facilitate easy production. The line supervisor and line quality controller must keep keen supervision to ensure desired quality.