Attaching Front Pocket in 12 Seconds

by Apparel Resources

01-May-2013  |  15 mins read

Front pocket attaching to a formal shirt includes hemming of pocket mouth, followed by creasing of the pocket and lastly, the attachment of the pocket to the left front panel. While hemming is done using a single needle lockstitch machine, highly automated factories ask for programmable automated pocket setter in which creasing is followed by attaching.

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