When all the necessary data about the textile materials delivered to the cutting room have been obtained, lay planning and marker making processes may be further work processes in the cutting room.
Spreading is a process during which fabric is cut in pieces of certain length and the pieces placed one above another in many plies.
Cutting is the process of separating a spread into garment components as a replica of pattern pieces on a marker. It also involves transferring marks and notches from the marker to garment components to facilitate sewing.
Most of the sewing rooms use the bundling system, where small batches of garments move from one workstation to another in a controlled manner.
A button sewing machine is used to sew the button in the garment without damaging it on demand.
It is used to stitch a tubular seam of narrow width on the edge of shirts and trousers.
It is used for hem stitching in a knitted fabric since the hem stitch is too small in right side is invisible.
It sews over the edge of the fabric plies for edge neatening, hemming or seaming.
These machines are used for sewing dense stiches around the open end of the buttonhole.
Buttonhole machines are used for creating buttonholes in the garment and to finish the edges.