Design and pattern making: This involves creating a design for the clothing and creating a paper pattern to be used as a guide for cutting and sewing the fabric.
Fabric selection and sourcing: The appropriate fabric is chosen based on the design and the intended use of the garment. The fabric is then sourced from textile mills or wholesalers.
Fabric cutting: The fabric is cut according to the paper pattern using machines such as lasers or automated cutting machines.
Sewing: The cut fabric pieces are sewn together using sewing machines to create the finished garment.
Finishing: The garment is subjected to various finishing processes, such as pressing and steaming, to give it the desired fit and appearance.
Quality control: Quality control checks are performed to ensure that the garment meets the required standards.
Packaging and distribution: The finished garment is then packaged and shipped to customers or warehouses for storage.