Sewing Flow Chart of T-shirt Manufacturing Process

Sewing Section: 

T-shirt Manufacturing Process will start, after receiving the components of the garment from the cutting section, all the garments parts are joined and sewn sequentially. Obviously, all the components are sewn with respect to buyer requirements. So, the sewing section is the most important department of the garment manufacturing industry. Sewing machines of different types are arranged as a vertical line to assemble the garments. The sequence of types of sewing machine arrangement depends on the sequence of assembling operations. Sewing Sequence of T-shirt Manufacturing Process is as follows:

T-shirt Manufacturing Process

Sewing Sequence of T-shirt Manufacturing Process

Number matching front 2 back part (back on part on upper side)

Shoulder stitching (By over lock m/c)

Neck rib truck (By plain m/c)

Neck rib sewing by plain m/c

Neck rib joins with body pant

Neck top sin

Solder to solder back tip

Size label sewing

Solder to solder back top sin

Sleeve marking and number matching with body parts.

Sleeve tuck with a body part (Sleeve mark point & solder mark point)

Sleeve joint with the body part

Side sewing and care label joint

Bottom hem tuck (at the end side)

Bottom hem sewing

Arm bottom hem joint

Inspection

T-Shirt:

A T-shirt is a style of shirt. Mainly, the T-shirt’s defining characteristic is the T shape made with the body and sleeves. It is normally associated with short sleeves, a round neckline knew as a “crew neck”, and no collar. Typically made of cotton fibers knitted in a jersey stitch. It has a distinctive soft texture compared to woven shirts. The majority of modern versions have a body made from a continuously woven tube, on a circular loom. So that the torso has no side seams. The manufacture of T-shirts has become highly automated and may include fabric cutting by laser or water jet. The T-shirt evolved from undergarments used in the 19th century, through cutting the one-piece “union suit” underwear into separate top and bottom garments.

Author of this Article:
Rahat Khan
 Dept. of Apparel Manufacturing
 Atish Dipankar University of Science and Technology
 Cell: +8801717781833 
 Email: rahat.info@gmail.com

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