Whether you are catering for customers or buyers, this is something you cannot compromise with. To get the perfection in each and every piece, you need to monitor its various aspects- from raw material to sewing quality, correct measurement, and final look.
Garment quality inspection can be a tedious process but by following three easy steps, you can avoid the possibility of quality issues and rejection that are usually in higher favor. These include raw material inspection, quality checking, and final evaluation during the production process.
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Here are three necessary steps that you can ask your Quality Control department to follow at every stage of the production process.
Raw Material Assessment
This is the first step of production where the raw material needs to be checked thoroughly before the actual process starts.
- Uneven fabric color
- Fabric texture and softness
- Defective printing
- Defective embroidery
Verification During the Production Process
Once the raw material passes the quality status check, the next step is to verify the following during the production:
- Checking the function of zips, buttons, and other closures
- Matching sewing threads
- Chalk and needle marks
- Garment length
- The final round of inspection is done when the garments are ready to be packed. This involves:
- Packaging and labeling conforming to the legal requirements like fiber content, manufacturer's identity, and care instructions
- Ensuring there is no shade variation in the garments