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  • Garment is a basic need for every human being.
  • Garments are formed with stitching which carries a substance detectable when illuminated by ultra-violet light. When the stitching is detected in a process of making garments, subsequent garment making steps are actuated in response to the detection of the stitching.
  • A clear complete demonstration of three basic hand Stitches used when making a garment explains the basting stitch, catch stitch, and thread tracing.
  • Twill garments that pre-wash garments after they are assembled have experienced problems with excessive “cut” or “broken” stitches. Many manufacturers have significantly reduced the number of “cut” and “broken” stitches by using high-performance sewing threads on stress seams.
  • The most basic unit of an apparel or garment is fiber which is further converted into yarns and threads before the final product- the fabric or the garment- comes into being. Threads used for construction and stitching of garments are vital to the Apparel Industry.
  • Garments stitching machinery is available in quite a diversified range of suppliers & origins i.e. Japanese, Italian, Chinese, Korean, Taiwanese and Hong Kong origin.
  • The clusters of garments stitching industry exist predominantly in Lahore, Karachi, Sialkot and Faisalabad.
  • Process parameters and the aspects of their interaction should be known and obvious if technological operations of garment sewing for a particular situation are to be determined.
  • Technological processes of garment manufacture (cutting, sewing and finishing) consist of a number of different types of technological operations.
  • The type of technological operation implemented heavily influences stitching speed.
  • Factory technology should be upgraded to handle more complex design and stitching requirements, as well as smaller orders for high-quality, high-fashion products.
  • Indonesia is developing a reputation and a market niche for high-end, higher-quality garments.
  • Demand for embellished garments—ones distinguished by hand embroidery, special printing, destructive washing, etc.—is high in the United States, Europe, Japan, and other developed markets.

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