The quality Products is a dedicated team of professional and has the integrated business system that support them. The members of the team have vast experience in the field of the leather garments.
Pattern And Designing
- Pattern making can get very technical when you’re making patterns for complex shapes, but it can also be very simple, and knowing a little about it will really help your creative process. Also, once you have a pattern for design, it makes it that much easier to re-create that project or make another version!
- we use a combination of techniques to create patterns depending on the design. Sometimes we play around with cutting and folding paper first to create a general shape, sometimes we go straight to drawing a flat pattern either with pencil and paper. Most often we use some combination of these techniques.
- Leather is a natural product. This also means that no two pieces of leather are the same. And that is precisely what leather aficionados love about leather: the vibrant grain and color nuances which are unique to every piece of leather. Even natural properties such as folds, small scars, open rough pores, dung stains, insect bites, stretch marks, etc. are visible; they contribute to the depth and natural, warm and vibrant beauty of the leather. To give more insight into leather, allow us to describe the tanning process which creates this beautiful natural product.
- Although modern technology allows several layers of fabric to be cut simultaneously, leather is usually cut one layer at a time. The pattern is placed on top of the leather.
- Lining material for the jacket is cut in the same manner. Because it is of a much thinner weight, lining can be placed on the spreaders in multiple layers.
- Successfully accomplishing cutting process Numbering process take place.
- Specialists attentively comply numbering section for panel matching.
- In mass production, the pieces are moved along a highly sophisticated production line using integrated automatic sewing machines that are capable of sewing as many as enormously stitches per minute. In a sequential system, one sewing machine stitches a particular section of the jacket and then moves the garment to another sewing machine which performs the next step.
- For example,after one machine stitches a cuff to the sleeve, the sleeve moves to another machine where it is attached to the jacket armhole.
- Each step, from setting thread and needle positions to aligning the fabric to extracting the sewed materials, is pre-programmed. Each sewing machine is equipped with under-bed trimming devices that automatically knot and cut threads after each seam is sewn. Excess threads are carried away to waste
- In this instance, one machine attaches buttons to the front of the jacket while another machine applies the collar. The attachment of finishing pieces such as collars, cuffs, buttonholes, buttons, zippers, and pockets varies according to the design of the apparel.
- Although this process is done by professionals, slight variations in color, texture, and shape may result; so be sure to clean matching garments together
- Leather can be virtually indestructible if treated properly. With a little bit of care and attention, your new leather jacket will last well into vintage age and your vintage leather will continue to have a long happy life.
There are specialists who accomplish their goal effectively and efficiently. They stretch out the wrinkled parts of the jacket, also determine which areas need more attention than others. Place a thin layer of fabric over the leather jacket. This will offer your leather jacket more protection from being over-heated
- Each jacket is inspected by hand before it leaves the factory floor. The completed jackets are then sheathed in plastic bags, hanged in container or packed into cartons, and shipped to the Brands.
- After completing final inspection then do garments folding. By following buyer instruction, the garments are poly-packed , color wise, size ratio wise, bundled and packed in the carton. The carton is marked with important information in printed form which is seen from outside the carton easily. Specially, it is required to ensure the placement of sticker in proper destination.