Flow Chart of Garments Quality Control

Garments Quality Control: 

Quality is a relative term. It means customer needs are to be satisfied. Quality is very important in apparel industry. Without quality, buyers don’t interested to buy products. So maintaining garments quality is the prime concern for production. For helping the beginners now I am giving a flowchart on garments quality control.

Garments quality control

Flow Chart of Garments Quality Control

Received finished fabric

Checking finished fabric







Cutting quality audit


Empost measurement checking

Table inspection

Alter/ Rectification

Sewing quality audit


Empost checking for finishing

Quality audit for workmanship

Basic measurement check


Poly /Hangar

Metal detector checking


Carton quality audit

Internal final inspection

Quality is of prime importance in any aspect of the business. Customers demand and expect value for money. As producers of apparel, there must be a constant endeavor to produce work of good quality. “The systems required for programming and coordinating the efforts of the various groups in an organization to maintain the required quality”.

In the garment industry, quality control is practiced right from the initial stage of sourcing raw materials to the stage of the final finished garment. For the textile and apparel industry product quality is calculated in terms of quality and standard of fibers, yarns, fabric construction, colorfastness, surface designs, and the final finished garment products. However, quality expectations for export are related to the type of customer segments and retail outlets. Thus, quality control and standards are some of the most important aspects of the content of any job.

Objectives of Quality Control:

  1. To maximize the production of goods within the specified tolerances correctly the first time.
  2. To achieve a satisfactory design of the fabric or garment in relation to the level of choice in design, styles, colors, the suitability of components, and fitness of the product for the market.
Author of this Article:
Mayedul Islam
Merchandiser at Fashion Xpress Buying House.
Badda, Dhaka, Bangladesh.
Email: [email protected]

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