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Samples & Mass Production


Sample & Mass Production Service

As an MTO (make-to-order) clothing Manufacturers, we offer you fully customized service. To make sure your designs result in what you want exactly and to show you our service and quality. We always make sample orders for you to check in person first.
After getting approval from you, we will start mass production for your 100% customized & original designs.

Want to know if your designs in mind come out perfect or not? Why don’t send us your designs? See how our experts can find the most cost-effective solution for your design.


Sample Production Service

Sample production is one of the most important steps of garment manufacturing. The sample reflects your tech packs and technical drawings. It helps you to know what your designs look like before mass production without being any unexpected dissatisfaction.

How do we work on samples? 

Receive design from you. 

Make paper pattern. 

Print paper pattern. 

Put paper pattern above fabric. 

Cut fabric base on pattern.

Put fabric under printing screen.

Screen printing logo.

Embroider logo if needed.

Over lock stitching.

Sew cutted fabric together.

Take picture before shipping.

Pack and deliver to you.

What do we need from you to make your sample?

For our better communication, please kindly choose 1 of the best way for you from these 3 options.

· Send Tech Pack

Sending us your tech pack is the most efficient and convenient way to let us know your needs. Because tech pack is a document containing all the detailed information about your clothing including mock-up, fabric, size, accessories and etc.

· Send Sample

Sending us your sample clothing is the best way to help us with the fabric sourcing and size/fit/style coping, and know the quality you are looking for. 

· Send Picture

If you don’t have tech pack yet, we also offer make-to-picture and make-to-drawing services. Send us some pictures or even the draft of the style you are interested in also work for us.

Still have some questions before placing sample order?

We understand you might consider a lot before working with us. Have some questions about sample making and our service? Welcome to have a look on our FAQ page.

Mass Production Service

As a FPP (Full Production Package) clothing factory in Pakistan, our mission is to provide you a full range of worry-free apparel production services that are safe, efficient, environmentally friendly, sustainable and ethical. 

What's our mass production process?

After receiving approval from you, we will start to mass production. During mass production, there are 5 main steps.

First and foremost, after getting the fabric rolls from fabric supplier, we will release and check carefully meter by meter. And then we will send the quality fabrics do pre-shrinkage treatment to minimize the shrinking problem. Unshrunk treated fabrics sometimes shrink as much as 8-10% while treated fabrics shrink normally between 1-3%.

When getting the paper pattern from designer, our workmate of cutting team need to lay the fabric on the cutting bed and then put the paper pattern on the surface of fabric. 

Fabric pre-shrink & check quality. 

Size grading and paper patterns.

Print paper pattern. 

Fabrics laying.

The next step is cutting fabric alone the patterns’ outline by using a cutting machine with the straight and sharp knife. It is the most crucial action. Once it is cut, there is no going back. Personally, I think it is the most interesting and exciting step during clothing manufacturing. 

After the cutting process, we will get some “fabric piles” as shown in the picture. Each “fabric piles” normally means different parts of the clothing, call cutted fabric. A garment usually consists of a few to a dozen different cutted pieces.

So another import thing our cutting workmate need to do is wrap each “piles” with a fabric tape and mark down the information of each “piles” on a small label. Only in this way, our sewing team won’t make a mistake among different cutted piece and different sizes.

Instead of printing or embroidery on a finished garment as you expected. We will add logos and graphic on cutted fabric pieces. This allows us to have maximum control over the position of the print and embroidery. Make sure that every logo on every cut piece is not skewed. On the other hand, in the process of printing or embroidering, there are always some defective pieces. It is much easier to re-cut a piece than to recreate a garment. 

Fabric cutting. 

Fabric wrapping. 

Fabric marking. 

Printing or embroidery.

Sewing is one of the most familiar to everyone. But did you know? Actually a piece of clothing is not exactly completed by one worker. Each worker has his or her own area of expertise. Some workers are good at over locking while some others are good at binding. Usually, each of them is responsible for only one part of the clothing. For example, after finish sewing the collar of the shirt to the shirt body, the worker will pass it on the next one to sew the sleeves only.

Standardized processes maximize the strengths of each individual. Save cost, save time and save money.

After sewing, we get the finished garment now. The next step is checking quality one by one. Our QC team needs to ensure correct assembly of the garment without any manufacturing flaws. This process includes checking sizes, sewing quality (skipping stitch/ needle distance and etc), printing & embroidery quality, clothing cleaning without stains.

When quality inspecting finish, we almost get the clothes. From the finished garment to a perfect garment. These are two important steps: cut extra threads and iron. Cutting all the excess threads brings the clothes clean and neat look. And the professional ironing can take the clothing to a higher level. 


Quality checking. 

Size checking. 

Cut extra thread.

This is the final step of garment manufacturing, we fold, add your custom hang tag, and package garments based on your requirements. We pack each clothing into protective plastic bags, then placed in carton to be ready to ship to your address.