Golden Fiber and Fabrics is an ethical clothing and fabrics manufacturer from Bangladesh with a vision to provide the fashion industry with a manufacturing solution to social and environmental issues at the heart of its business. Golden Fiber and Fabrics is seen as a people-first company as it keeps investing in the skills, creating price structures that fairly remunerate its employees so they and their families can thrive.
The first step in the knitting process is selecting the yarn to use. This could be any type of fiber, such as wool, cotton, or synthetic materials. Next, the yarn is wound into a ball or skein, which makes it easier to control while knitting.
Once the yarn is prepared, the next step is to cast on. This is the process of creating the first row of loops and setting the foundation for the rest of the knitting. This is typically done by using a specific technique that creates a series of loops on the needle.
The selection of a textile knitting machine is an important process that can impact the quality and efficiency of the final product. In this stage you’ll choose the type of knit that you want to produce will determine the type of machine you need. Different machines are designed to create different knit structures such as circular, flat, or hosiery. Yarn type: Different machines are designed to work with different types of yarn. Consider the type of yarn you want to use, as well as its thickness and elasticity.
Our knitting technicians – in close collaboration with customers and designers – build a custom solution with the best quality and price balance, keeping an eye to future production issues, with a careful assessment of production costs. Sample knitters knit a project from pattern instructions that may not have been tech edited and aren’t yet published. Unlike test knitting, the yarn is supplied by the designer and is the same as that described in the pattern.
A sample approval process for a knitting section typically involves the knitting team prepares a sample according to the specifications provided by the customer. This includes selecting the right yarn, choosing the appropriate stitch pattern, and determining the right size and gauge. Once the sample is ready, it is submitted to the customer for review. This can be done in person, by mail, or by email. Based on the customer’s feedback, the knitting team makes any necessary revisions to the sample. This may involve re-knitting the sample or making adjustments to the pattern.
Bulk production is the process of manufacturing goods in large quantities to meet the demands of customers and the market. This type of production is used to achieve economies of scale, as producing goods in bulk allows manufacturers to reduce costs and increase efficiency. The manufacturer determines the quantity of goods to be produced, the materials needed, and the resources required. They also develop a production schedule and allocate resources accordingly.
GREY FABRIC INSPECTION
Grey fabric inspection is an important step in the process of producing knitted goods. Grey fabric is the raw material that is produced in the knitting process before it is dyed and finished. The purpose of grey fabric inspection is to ensure that the fabric meets the required standards for quality and consistency.