Clothing Production With Jaola Workshop
Three step clothing production process with Jaola Workshop clothing manufacturer.
Step 1: Design Development
In order to bring your design to life, the first step is to get a clear illustration of your design to visualise the concept, convey certain mood behind your vision and communicate your idea. This will help us understand how your design will potentially look on a body to ensure we have the right proportions.
Once the illustration is complete, we will need to produce your tech pack. These give us everything we need to turn your designs into samples. The document will contain specific information such as fabric type, fabric compositions, sewing techniques, sizes & proportions.
We will go through an In Depth Design Consultation to ensure that we have all the necessary requirements to start creating your designs. This can take between 1-2 weeks depending on the number of designs you have.
Step 2: Sample Development
Once we have concluded with your tech pack, we will proceed with developing your sample.
No matter what the product type or composition we will ensure that your garments are made to the highest quality. We’ll guide you through the Sample Development process and keep the communication clear in order to turn your ideas into a sample you can touch, feel and fit for the first time.
Creating your own garments requires patterns. Patterns are needed when you mass produce a style. We will use your patterns as a guide to create the garments. We use patterns to ensure each garment is as similar to each as possible during production.
Step 3: Production
At Jaola Workshop Clothing Manufacturer our MOQ (minimum order quantity) for London is 60 units and Lagos 250 units which can be split between various styles and broken down further into different colour options and sizes.
Once you are happy with your final samples, we will get ready for production and reproduce your designs in mass.
Our MOQ can be split between various colours, fabrics and sizes.
Clothing productions lead times will vary depending on the following factors:
- How many styles you would like to put into production
- How busy we are – how many other clients have productions in the queue
- If you have all of your fabrics and trims ready
- Complexity of the styles, please note some garments may take longer to make and others within less time, we will discuss all the requirements during our consultation.
Fabric Waste Policy
Our company recognizes the environmental impact of textile waste and is committed to reducing our contribution to this issue. To this end, we have implemented the following fabric waste policy:
1. All employees must make an effort to minimize fabric waste by using scraps or remnants in creative ways, such as for patchwork or small projects.
2. Any fabric waste generated during production must be carefully sorted and disposed of properly. We will explore options for recycling or repurposing fabric waste.
3. We will prioritize the use of sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics in our products. This includes using recycled materials or materials with a closed-loop production cycle.
4. We will regularly monitor our fabric waste output and identify areas where we can reduce waste.
By implementing these policies, we hope to reduce our fabric waste and promote a more sustainable future for our company and the planet.
Energy Reduction Policy
Our company is committed to reducing its carbon footprint and promoting sustainable practices. To this end, we have implemented the following energy reduction policy:
- All employees must turn off their machines, monitors at the end of each workday. This includes unplugging any accessories, such as chargers or external hard drives.
- All lights and electronics must be turned off when not in use. This includes studio rooms, fabric rooms, and other communal spaces.
- We will explore the use of renewable energy sources, such as solar panels in the future.
- We will regularly monitor our energy usage and identify areas where we can reduce consumption.
By implementing these policies, we hope to reduce our energy usage and promote a more sustainable future for our company and the planet.
Ready to start your Garment Production with Jaola Workshop?