The shirt is a common wearing cloth which can be used for formal and casual wear. Nowadays include men, women are also preferred to wear a shirt to get a professional look. But do you know, what is the making process of shirts? Whatever the shirt you are going to purchase, all have passed through the same process of manufacturing. Here you will get to know about the Workshop Shirt Production (ผลิตเสื้อช๊อป, which is the term in Thai), which is defined in details.
Shirt Production Steps in Workshop – From Scratch
1. Order Receiving
The shirt-making process starts with taking orders from the factories. They contact brands, retailers, or global customers. Shirtmaker’s company also asks the complete details to the client.
2. Material Sourcing
To make the process smoother, customers preferred to buy material and provide them to Uniform maker (โรงงานผลิตยูนิฟอร์ม, term in Thai). Other essential elements like buttons, stitching threads, fusible interlinings, etc are taken care of by the shirt production unit.
3. Pattern Making
In a Workshop Shirt Production factory, the process starts with measuring customer or by following the standard size guidelines. Then the tailors first made sample shirts in different-different sizes. It is a test sample to approve the final design and patterns for completing the lot.
4. Cutting of Fabric and Fusing Material
After getting approval on sample pieces, the factory starts to cut the clothes according to the requirements. And this process starts by taking the help of the paper sample. As the bulk orders are there, so they complete the cloth cutting tasks for preparing all the shirts in one go.
5. Shirt Finishing
Putting buttons on the collar, pocket, cuffs, or another required place is the last work done by the Uniform Maker. They also check for uncut threads and fix them then and there. At the same stage, stain removal, pressing and folding the shirts and other necessary tasks get implemented. If it is required to wash the ready shirts to give a complete look then the manufacturer looks into that.
6. Quality Inspection
After finishing the shirt’s sewing process, it goes for quality checks, and then after approval, it gets dispatched for folding and packaging. In the process, if any piece is found damage then taken out from the lot and sent back to the factory for replacement.
7. Shirt Packing
The final step is packaging the created product with branded packing material. It includes tissue paper, pins, cardboard, and plastic wrapping.