Profession made-up textile articles manufacturer
Made-up textile articles manufacturers create made-up articles of any textile materials except apparel. They manufacture products such as home textiles (e.g. bed linen, pillows, bean bags, carpets), and made up textile articles for outdoor usage.
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- Realistic / Conventional
- Realistic / Artistic
- Manufacturing of wearing apparel
The processes used to fabricate wearing apparel and the different technologies and machinery involved in the manufacturing processes.
- Manufacturing of made-up textile articles
Manufacturing processes in wearing apparel and made-up textiles. Different technologies and machinery involved in the manufacturing processes.
- Distinguish fabrics
Distinguish fabrics in order to determine differences among them. Evaluate fabrics based on their characteristics and their application in wearing apparel manufacturing.
- Manufacture made-up fabrics for indoor usage
Produce made up fabrics for indoor usage by mainly sewing. Manufacture home textiles like pillows, blankets, curtains, bedsheets, table cloths, towels, and bean bags.
- Cut fabrics
Cut fabrics and other wearing apparel materials considering measures, placement of the fabrics in the cutting table in multiple layers, and making the most efficient usage of the fabric avoiding waste. Cut fabrics by hand, or using electric knives, or other cutting tools depending on the fabric. Use computerised systems or automatic cutting machines.
- Decorate textile articles
Decorate wearing apparels and made up textile articles by hand or using machines. Decorate textile articles with ornaments, braided cords, golden yarns, soutaches, jewellery, and cristals.
- Assemble fabrics of large dimensions for outdoors
Assemble fabrics of large dimensions by sewing, glueing, or bonding, and high frequency welding. Assemble fabrics in order to manufacture products such as awnings, sails, tents, camping goods, textile billboards, tarpaulins, flags, banners, parachutes, etc.
- Bundle fabrics
Bundle fabrics and place several cut components together in a single package. Join related products and items together. Sort the cut fabrics and add them with the accessories required for assembling. Care for the adequate transportation to the sewing lines.
- Distinguish accessories
Distinguish accessories in order to determine differences among them. Evaluate accessories based on their characteristics and their application in wearing apparel manufacturing.
- Sew curtains
Sew curtains considering size of fabrics and striving for neat seams. Combine good hand-eye coordination, manual dexterity, and physical and mental stamina.