There are four major kinds of textile processing – fiber processing, yarn processing, fabric processing and garment processing. Garment processing has grown to a great extent during the past few years.
Garment finishing is mainly done through wet processing. Garments are dyed for imparting color to them. Proper finishing can provide a better look to the apparel, change the feel and texture of the fabric, and can also add value to the end-product. The factors to be considered while processing include the choice of chemicals, production limitations and types of machinery used. Below is the flow chart explain the garment manufacturing process.