Process Flow Chart of Quality Control in Sewing Section

Process Flow Chart of Quality Control in Sewing Section:

Quality refers to the buyer’s satisfaction or requirements. Now a day’s readymade garments business is fully based on quality, which is carried out in various sections. The garments sewing section is one of those. As its importance in garments manufacturing, today I will present here the process flow chart of quality control in the sewing section.

Garments sewing section

Garments sewing section

Process Sequence of Quality Control in Sewing Section:

Input material checking

Cutting panel and accessories checking

Checking the sewing machine

Sewing thread checking

Sewing needle checking

Embroidery and printing panel checking (If there)

Stitching fault checking

Seam fault checking

Measurement checking

Shade variation checking

Size mistake checking

Trimmings checking

Interlining checking

A crease or wrinkle appearance checking

All the above processes have discussed in the below table:

S/L No.
Process
Procedure
01
Input material check
It is the first process of quality control in the sewing section. Here all the input materials should be checked to complete all the sewing processes accurately.
02
Cutting panel and accessories checking
All the cutting panels and accessories should be checked here to avoid mismatching with the other cutting parts and
trimmings.
03
Checking the sewing machine
According to the buyer’s approved sample, the right sewing machine should be selected here to complete all the required sewing for the garments.
04
Sewing thread checking
It’s a very important matter in the sewing section. Sewing thread should be selected here according to buyers approved sample.
05
Sewing needle checking
Here, the required sizes needle should be selected to complete fault-free sewing for the garments.
06
Embroidery and printing panel checking (If there)
If there’s any embroidery or print lies in the garments, then it should be checked by maintaining buyers approved sample.
07
Stitching fault checking
After making the garments, here clothing checked to identify stitch fault free garments.
08
Seam fault checking
After checking the stitch, all the seam of garments must be checked here.
09
Measurement checking
According to the buyer’s instruction, garments measurement has to check here.
10
Shade variation checking
Sometimes various types of shade variation have been seen in the garments which should be checked here.
11
Size mistake checking
For submitting the perfect size of garments to the buyer, extra checking has needed here.
12
Trimmings checking
According to the buyer’s approved sample, required trimmings of garments should be checked here to make fault free garments.
13
Interlining checking
Interlining checking should be done here by the quality inspector whether it is perfect or not.
14
A crease or wrinkle appearance checking
It is the last process of quality control in the sewing section, where the quality inspector confirms crease or wrinkle free garments.

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