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Garments Accessories/Trims
Prepared By : Mazadul Hasan sheshir
ID: 2010000400008
13th Batch (session 2009-2013)
Department : Wet Processing Technolog...
In garments without fabrics all are accessories or trimmings. Its includes
sewing thread, button, interlining, zipper, mai...
1. Swing thread
2. Button
3. Composition label
4. Neck board
5. Back board
6. Plastic collar insert
7. Hang tag
8. Price t...
List of Trims and Accessories
SL TRIMS ACCESSORIES
1 Labels Poly bag
2 Buttons Elastic bag
3 Zippers Mini Poly bag
4 Paddi...
List of Trims and Accessories
SL TRIMS ACCESSORIES
12 Piping Cord Gum Tape
13 Emblem Arrow Sticker
14 Logo Print Scotch Ta...
SL TRIMS ACCESSORIES
24 Seam Sealing tape Carton Pad
25 Shoulder pad Both Side Tape
26 Cable( steel ware) Plastic Staple
2...
Swing Accessories:
Swing threads are made by yarn multiplying because it should have sufficient
strength to absorb tension during swing opera...
Use in collar & cuff of shirt. And other garments at Lapels, Blazer front, Waist belt,
Belt loop, Pocket flap also used.
[...
Lining: These are extra fabric (generally smooth & lustrous made of silk or
manufactured fiber or cotton) used in inner fa...
Elastic: A term used to describe narrow fabrics incorporating elastomeric
fibers, which extend when stretch & recover thei...
Zipper: A fastening device operating by means of two parallel rows of metal or plastic
teeth on either side of a closure t...
ZIPPER:
Types of Zipper:
1. Plastic zipper or nylon zipper
2. Metal zipper &
3. Vislon zipper
Rib:
RIB:
Rib is a double jersey fabric. Rib is used as-
1. Collar of T-shirt: -this is made by circular knitting machine....
Shoulder Pad: For a long time it is being used the shoulder pad to the make of
garments for men & women. Sometimes, it is ...
Label: Label is a tag that gives a description of the performance an inherent in a fabric
for the purpose of aiding the co...
Care label: It is attach at the side of
garments & contain following three
information-
Composition
Care code or symbol
...
Hook & Bar or Hook & Loop: Contain 4parts
Hook & Bar or Hook & Loop:
Twill Tape or Canvas Tape or Herringbone Tape:
Applications:
 Flap open & close.
 To give particular shape & stable the ...
Pre made Waist band
Finishing Accessories
Button: Button is a knob or disc which can be attached to the garments as a means of
fastening or ornamentation. Button is...
Snap:
Snap: This fastening element contain 4 parts.
Snap:
Shank Button: It is hole-less button contain two part & attached by pressing.
Here button hole is called eyelet.
Shank But...
Rivet: This fastening element contain 2 parts & used for decorative purpose &
provide extra strength.
Rivet:
Collar Stay:
Collar stand:
Carton:
Number of ply indicates the quality of a carton. There are
• 3 ply carton
• 5 ply carton
• 7 ply carton
• 9 ply ca...
Hanger:
Hanger Sizer: Attach with hanger clip for identifying garments size. It is detachable
Eyelet: Draw cord:
Stopper: Back Board:
Size Strip: size no. written on a
stripe of several times.
Pocket Flasher:
Hang Tag: Photo-in-lay:
These are used for shirt to keep the shape
undisturbed and to resist crease during
transporting and retailing.
1. Back Boa...
Hook & Eye: Contain 4 parts, 2-upper & 2-lower.
Patch: It is attach at the waist band of pants as belt loop.
Price Ticket:
Two information must contain-
prize
 Bar Code (used scanning prize)
Price Ticket:
Poly Bag: There are two types- Individual & Blister.
1. Individual- one garment/bag
2. Blister- more than 1 to 100 garment...
Buckle: Metal trim used in waist band of trench coat.
Photo-in-lay: Photo of packed garment on the packet.
PP Belt: It is ...
Lining Interlining
1. Lining are visible Interlinings are invisible.
2.
Generally smooth & lustrous fabrics
made of silk o...
Some important Terms Related to Garments Accessories/Trims
1. DTM (Dye to Match): It indicates that color should be match ...
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  1. 1. Garments Accessories/Trims
  2. 2. Prepared By : Mazadul Hasan sheshir ID: 2010000400008 13th Batch (session 2009-2013) Department : Wet Processing Technology Email: mazadulhasan@yahoo.com Blog : www. Textilelab.blogspot.com (visit) Southeast University Department Of Textile Engineering I/A 251,252 Tejgaon Dhaka Bangladesh Prepared By : ©right
  3. 3. In garments without fabrics all are accessories or trimmings. Its includes sewing thread, button, interlining, zipper, main label, care label, size label, tissue paper, ball head pin, silica gee bag, carton, rib and so on. Garments Accessories/Trims can be describe in two broad categories- 1. Swing Accessories - These Accessories are used in Swing purpose. 2. Finishing Accessories- These Accessories are used after swing but in finishing purpose. ACCESSORIES OR TRIMMINGS
  4. 4. 1. Swing thread 2. Button 3. Composition label 4. Neck board 5. Back board 6. Plastic collar insert 7. Hang tag 8. Price ticket 9. Ball head pin 10. Tissue paper 11. Poly bag 12. Motif 13. Silica gee bag 14. Interlining I. Fusible II. Sewing 15. Label I. Main label II. Care label III. Size label IV. Price label ACCESSORIES OR TRIMMINGS
  5. 5. List of Trims and Accessories SL TRIMS ACCESSORIES 1 Labels Poly bag 2 Buttons Elastic bag 3 Zippers Mini Poly bag 4 Padding Master Carton 5 Interlining Inner Carton 6 Down Size Clip 7 Elastic P.P.Band 8 Thread Tag Pin 9 Twill Tape Brass Pin 10 Stopper Collar Stand 11 String/Draw Cord Safety Pin
  6. 6. List of Trims and Accessories SL TRIMS ACCESSORIES 12 Piping Cord Gum Tape 13 Emblem Arrow Sticker 14 Logo Print Scotch Tape 15 Swivel Hook Barcode 16 Eyelet/ Grommet Defect Indicator 17 Collar Stay Tissue Paper 18 Cord Bell Back Board 19 Buckle Neck Board 20 Rivet Butterfly 21 Weaving Belt Numbering Stickers 22 Hook and Eye Hanger 23 Velcro Tape Size Stickers
  7. 7. SL TRIMS ACCESSORIES 24 Seam Sealing tape Carton Pad 25 Shoulder pad Both Side Tape 26 Cable( steel ware) Plastic Staple 27 Adjuster Iron Seal 28 Recco Clip 29 Elastic Threads Ball chain 30 Shoulder Tape Size Tag 31 - Carton Sticker 32 - Safety Sticker 33 - Plastic Clip List of Trims and Accessories
  8. 8. Swing Accessories:
  9. 9. Swing threads are made by yarn multiplying because it should have sufficient strength to absorb tension during swing operation. SWING THREAD:
  10. 10. Use in collar & cuff of shirt. And other garments at Lapels, Blazer front, Waist belt, Belt loop, Pocket flap also used. [NB: Non-woven interlining made by paper is called Pelion widely used in pants because it is cheaper than others & it has no shrinkage.] Interlining: Interlining is one kind of accessories that is used between the two layers of fabric in a garment. To keep the different component or part of apparel in a desired shape & strength a kind of fabric is used between the two ply of fabric by swing or fusing is called interlining. I. Woven fusible II. Woven non-fusible III. Non-woven fusible IV. Non-woven non-fusible INTERLINING:
  11. 11. Lining: These are extra fabric (generally smooth & lustrous made of silk or manufactured fiber or cotton) used in inner face of body fabric at garments to provide extra protection. Ex. Lining of blazer& coat. [Taffeta is a general term that refers to any plain woven filament (non-cotton) yarn fabric. They are may be Unbalance Taffeta, Balance Taffeta, Meir’s Taffeta & Iridescent Taffeta according to their design.] Lining
  12. 12. Elastic: A term used to describe narrow fabrics incorporating elastomeric fibers, which extend when stretch & recover their original dimension when the stretching is removed. Elastics are broadly used at waist of normal pants, pajama (night dress), skirt, kid’s trouser (up to 12 years), man’s briefs, lingerie’s and many other garments. The size of Elastic is expressed by their width. They are may be ½”, ¾”, 1”, 1.5”, 2” & more. Elastic:
  13. 13. Zipper: A fastening device operating by means of two parallel rows of metal or plastic teeth on either side of a closure that are interlocked by a sliding tab is called zipper. These are used in industrial clothing, typical apparel garments as a closure in pants, skirt & dresses. Basically it is the part of chain. The physical part of the zipper are shown in the following figure- Basic Part of Zipper: 1. Zipper Tape: Zipper tape is the woven fabric made by nylon or polyester or bland fiber. It is treated as critical part of zipper because it should be DTM. It is attach by swing with garments. 2. Teeth: It is made of brass, aluminum or plastic or nylon. Zipper is opened & closed by these teeth. 3. Slider: It is used to open & close the zipper teeth. 4. Stopper: It controls the slider run out of the zipper. ZIPPER:
  14. 14. ZIPPER: Types of Zipper: 1. Plastic zipper or nylon zipper 2. Metal zipper & 3. Vislon zipper
  15. 15. Rib: RIB: Rib is a double jersey fabric. Rib is used as- 1. Collar of T-shirt: -this is made by circular knitting machine. 2. Collar of Polo-shirt: -this is made by flat-bed knitting machine. 3. Collar of sweater. 4. Collar of Hoddy. 5. Cuff of T-shirt 6. Cuff of Polo-shirt 7. Cuff of sweater and 8. Cuff of hoody
  16. 16. Shoulder Pad: For a long time it is being used the shoulder pad to the make of garments for men & women. Sometimes, it is used as a functional part of garments. Also sometimes, it is used to increase the beauty of garments as a decorative part. Shoulder may be different in size, thickness, structure & quality. It is made from different types of materials but shoulder pad made from foam is comparatively cheap & easy to wash. It is widely used in shoulder of coat & blazer. Shoulder Pad:
  17. 17. Label: Label is a tag that gives a description of the performance an inherent in a fabric for the purpose of aiding the consumer in selection. A label is a part of garments which indicates the various instructions about garments. Label is attached with garments by swing. There are following types of label are available- Main label: Contain brand name or buyer name Size label: Contained garments size. Label: Types of Label: 1. Main Label: Contains buyer name or brand name. 2. Size Label: Contains garments size. 3. Care Label: Provides information about washing, ironing, drying etc. 4. Integrated Label: Contains main label, care label, and size label in a combination.
  18. 18. Care label: It is attach at the side of garments & contain following three information- Composition Care code or symbol Country of origin Integrated label: This label contains Main label, Size label & Care label information. Label:
  19. 19. Hook & Bar or Hook & Loop: Contain 4parts Hook & Bar or Hook & Loop:
  20. 20. Twill Tape or Canvas Tape or Herringbone Tape: Applications:  Flap open & close.  To give particular shape & stable the garments components.  Decorative purpose. Twill Tape or Canvas Tape or Herringbone Tape: Canvas Tape
  21. 21. Pre made Waist band
  22. 22. Finishing Accessories
  23. 23. Button: Button is a knob or disc which can be attached to the garments as a means of fastening or ornamentation. Button is an essential trim which is attached with garments as functional or decorative purpose. Button can be made from different types of materials. Mostly use metal & plastic. The size of button is express as ligne where 1Ligne = 0.635m. At 1st button diameter is measure through slide calipers & converted in to ligne. According to the number of hole button can be classified as two types- 1. 2-hole button 2. 4-hole button Button:
  24. 24. Snap:
  25. 25. Snap: This fastening element contain 4 parts. Snap:
  26. 26. Shank Button: It is hole-less button contain two part & attached by pressing. Here button hole is called eyelet. Shank Button:
  27. 27. Rivet: This fastening element contain 2 parts & used for decorative purpose & provide extra strength. Rivet:
  28. 28. Collar Stay:
  29. 29. Collar stand:
  30. 30. Carton: Number of ply indicates the quality of a carton. There are • 3 ply carton • 5 ply carton • 7 ply carton • 9 ply carton etc. -
  31. 31. Hanger: Hanger Sizer: Attach with hanger clip for identifying garments size. It is detachable
  32. 32. Eyelet: Draw cord: Stopper: Back Board:
  33. 33. Size Strip: size no. written on a stripe of several times. Pocket Flasher: Hang Tag: Photo-in-lay:
  34. 34. These are used for shirt to keep the shape undisturbed and to resist crease during transporting and retailing. 1. Back Board 2. Collar Stay 3. Butterfly 4. Collar Stay 5. Neck Board
  35. 35. Hook & Eye: Contain 4 parts, 2-upper & 2-lower. Patch: It is attach at the waist band of pants as belt loop.
  36. 36. Price Ticket: Two information must contain- prize  Bar Code (used scanning prize) Price Ticket:
  37. 37. Poly Bag: There are two types- Individual & Blister. 1. Individual- one garment/bag 2. Blister- more than 1 to 100 garments/bag Poly Bag:
  38. 38. Buckle: Metal trim used in waist band of trench coat. Photo-in-lay: Photo of packed garment on the packet. PP Belt: It is used at the joining point of carton containing garments. Hook and Eye: Trims that used in fastening of kid’s pants. Tissue Paper: It is used in garments packing. Price Ticket: Price ticket contains- 1. Unit price of garment 2. Barcode etc. Finishing Accessories
  39. 39. Lining Interlining 1. Lining are visible Interlinings are invisible. 2. Generally smooth & lustrous fabrics made of silk or manufactured fiber or cotton is used in lining. The fabric made of cotton, polyester, nylon, wool & viscose are used in interlining. 3. Applied in jacket & coat. Used in cuff, collar & front part of jacket & coat etc. 4. Joined by swing. Joined by swing or fusing. Some important Difference: 1. Yarn & Thread: Yarns are single plied where as Threads are multi plied for strength. So Yarns are weaker than threads. Yarns are made by fiber & Threads are made by yarn. Yarns are used for knitting/weaving & threads are used for swing at garments. 2. Zipper & chain: Zipper is the part of chain where chain is the continuous integration of zipper.
  40. 40. Some important Terms Related to Garments Accessories/Trims 1. DTM (Dye to Match): It indicates that color should be match with body fabric of garments. This term may used for Swing thread, Button, Elastic, Zipper tape etc as per as buyer requirement. 2. Lab-dip: For a particular color buyer may provide sample or Panton number (it is the code number for each individual color recorded at Panton Book). For approving the color by buyer it is necessary to develop the color at lab & this develop color is called Lab-dip. 3. Yarn-dip: Particularly for yarn dyed fabric (like Jeans) or the garments which contain stripe/cheek, it is necessary to develop the yarn color at lab & send to the buyer for approval. This develop yarn color is called Yarn-dip. 4. Strike-off: If the garments contain print design then primarily printed design is develop at lab & send to the buyer for approval. This develop print is called strike- off. 5. Art-work: If the garments contain embroidery then trial embroidery is done for buyer approval & this trial work is called Art-work. 6. Hand-loom: Particularly for stripe/cheek fabric repeat size is develop at lab with the help of small m/c (it is fully manual even the setting of warp & weft yarn as well as operation) thus producing a sample for buyer approval is called Hand- loom.

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