By now you probably know that the garment industry is all about sourcing raw materials.
That’s great if you want to make something new or add something to your collection, but what about when you’re building something like a new coat?
We wanted to know if you could start by looking at how the process of garment construction works and how that can change over time.
We also wanted to see how different processes would affect your final garment.
What we found was that the process changes from one garment to the next depending on the materials and construction techniques used.
Here are the steps you’ll need to take to make a garment from scratch:When you’re ready to start building, start by creating your fabric pattern.
We created a sample of our fabric pattern that you can print out to help you get started.
Next, select your fabric.
To do this, click on the blue fabric button to see all of your fabrics.
You can then drag and drop your fabric onto the fabric preview page.
From here, you’ll have a preview of all of the fabrics available.
From here, choose one of your available fabrics and click on its “Make” button.
You’ll be asked to select your materials.
From this point on, your fabric will be in your pattern’s “Production” section.
From the “Production Materials” section, you can see all the different types of materials that you’ll be building out of.
The “Cotton, Silk, Leather, &c” materials that are used in this process are the ones that are most likely to come from the factory, so you want them to be in the “Custody” section of your fabric preview.
The other materials that will be used in the process are in the production materials section.
Once you’ve chosen your materials, you’re now ready to add your garment.
From the “Sizing” section in the top right, select “Sizes” and “Fabric Measurements.”
From here you can adjust the size of your garment by clicking on the “Change Size” button on the bottom of the fabric.
If you want the garment to be shorter or longer, you should adjust the “Cut Length” and/or “Cut Height” of your garments accordingly.
Once the garment has been cut, you will see your pattern in the bottom left corner of the display.
This is where you’ll see all your completed pieces and the amount of time it will take to complete your project.
Once your garment has finished building, you have a lot of options for finishing the garment.
You have options to change the color of the finished garment, or change the texture of the garment (for example, changing the feel of the material).
Once your finished garment is finished, you want it to hang around for at least 3 months to a year.
That means you can finish a garment in about two weeks, which is a good amount of times to start.