A Textile Tour for Jediiians | Subadra Textiles Pvt Ltd
The BSc in Fashion Design Batch of JD Institute of Fashion Technology recently visited Subadra Textiles Pvt Ltd to see the facility and experience a complete process of textile and garment manufacturing.
Subadra Textiles is one of the famous yarn manufacturers in Bangalore founded in the year 1963. It is a leading Exporter, Manufacturer and Supplier of cotton yarn. Mr Muthuraj, the spinning master was kind enough to give our students and their mentor Ms Rincy, a tour of the whole assembly line – right from the fabric reception area to sequence of processes and fabric cutting etc.
Textile study plays a major role in the development of a fabric. The process of manufacturing a garment is quite complex as it undergoes many stages. As important draping and embroidery are in the field of fashion design, so is textile that holds a prominent place. Understanding a fabric’s physical, chemical properties is highly important while studying fashion design as it helps designers to make a sensible choice of selecting fabrics that complement their design.
The students who are pursuing Fashion Design Course had the opportunity to witness spinning, weaving, knitting and chemical processing of different yarns. They also saw sewing, embroidery and finishing workshops for each garment production.
As one of the Top Fashion Design Institute in Bangalore, India our aim of visiting Subadra Textiles Pvt Ltd was to make students understand the cotton yarn manufacturing process in detail. The students were clear with each process as they witnessed them directly in the industry. They could also understand the working of different machines involved in each process. It was indeed a fruitful industrial visit for jediiians with much learning and concept clarifications.
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