Garments Inspection

Topics: Button, Clothing, Zipper Pages: 6 (933 words) Published: January 1, 2013
Garment faults
Quality Control
Testing of Textile

Batch:-092 KMT
Roll:- 132
Submitted Date:-5/07/2011
Submitted To:-Md.Anwar Kamal

During production the following inspections are taken:
Line inspection:
• All seams for cracking, missed stitches, tension of machines right, needle damage

• Placket for breaking out at bottom corner.

• Seams need to be stretched with force to control needle holes.

• Shoulder tape is not twisted and extra fabric stitched in the shoulder part. • Twin needle hemming to ensure no raw edges are visible

• Sew in labels are positioned at the centre of the shirt

• Collars are market to the correct measurement.

Table Inspection:
• Check if a collar is attached evenly

• Turn the garment and remove the lot stickers

• Check the seams at needle damage to stretch the seams.

• Press garments flat, never folded with the sleeves under it as this leaves sleeve impression marks at the garment.

• Do not iron (press) a placket, only steam this !

• Do not place iron direct onto the collar, only use lightly steam.

• Garment must no be over-pressed and glazing-shining effects must not be evident.

Packing -final examination:
• Packing instruction must be follow

• Garment should be packed in a approval bags, with the front of the garment face up.

• All labels, barcode's, special stickers should be checked regarding this order, style color and size.

• Cartons must be cleared.

• Remarks at each carton must be numbered by the lot number and placed at the packing list of this order by article number, color, size and quantity.

Sewing Operation Standards:


• All Seams must be neatly and securely fastened off, with no loose or long ends.

• The seams must not have any needle damage.

• The following requirements are general standards:
Stitches per cm.
1. Standard knitted garments 10-12 stitches per 2.5 cm
2. Standard woven garments 12-14 stitches per 2.5 cm

• Machine needles are selected according to the weight and other garment characteristics, as well as the thread type being used.

• A sharp pointed needle is used for most sewing.

• A ball-pint is used for knits because its rounded point tends to slide down between the yarns rather than pierce them.

• As a general guideline, natural fiber threads must be used for natural fiber fabrics and synthetic fiber threads for synthetic fabrics.

• Thread should match the weight of the fabric and the size of the needle.

• For perfect tension, the thread must be of the same size and type in the bobbin and in the needle


Button and button hole:
• Buttons must be attached using lockstitch button sewing machines. A minimum 14 stitches is required. • Button attachment must be checked.
• Button hole size for woven fabrics 2 mm larger than the diameter of the button. Button hole's in knitted fabrics same size as button diameter. • The hole's must be checked at clean cut and no loose ends, others knife blades must be sharp or replaced. • New type or dyed buttons must be checked at colorfastness during washing.

• All used zippers must be purchased from approved suppliers or require a official test report. • Number, length, brand, type of zipper must be approved during sampling • Pullers of zippers must be approved by customer and in line with the product, pullers must be checked for color fastness and breaking during use.

• Zip slider must move without obstruction.

• Zipper may not have loose ends. the slider must not be removed or move easily. [pic]
➢ All labels and design must be checked at colors and drawing.

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